DragonBall: The Breakers is due out next year for all major platforms without a definite date in sight. Although many contemporary licensed games based on anime are of the 1-on-1 … Continue readingDragon Ball: The Breakers Arrives Next Year, but Closed Beta is Now!
At the beginning of this year, we took a look at the Hori Split Pad Pro, a somewhat expensive alternative to Nintendo’s finicky joy cons. Although this controller does have its … Continue readingYou’ll Soon be Able to Use Your Hori Split Pad on the Big Screen
Marketed as “The 3D Platformer with Attitude!”, Demon Turf was revealed early last year as the next in line from Slime San developer Fabraz. Although the platforming genre is admittedly quite crowded, the reveal … Continue readingDemon Turf Brings Style and Innovation to a Familiar Genre
Many video game franchises, consoles, and famous successors are hitting (or have already hit) the big 3-0 this year. Sonic the Hedgehog, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (along with the wildly … Continue readingSuper Robot Wars 30 Brings Beloved Japanese Strategy Game Stateside. Sets a World Record Along the Way
After 32 years with the company and following rumors that began surfacing earlier this year, it’s official- Toshihiro Nagoshi has left SEGA. Although Nagoshi’s most notable accomplishment to many was … Continue readingThe Father of Yakuza has Officially Left SEGA
Although many reviewers did not take kindly to the Alex Kidd in Miracle World remake that surfaced this summer, I still stand by it as a competent resuscitation of a forgotten Sega franchise. … Continue readingAlex Kidd in Miracle World DX Gets a Big Update- QOL Improvements, Adjusted Controls and More
News on Elden Ring, the next title from beloved developer FromSoftware, has been relatively scarce since first announced in 2019. As a successor to Hidetaka Miyazaki’s top-rated Dark Souls franchise, it has quite … Continue readingElden Ring is the Next Big Game from Souls Developer, Arrives January 2022
Korean developer Shift-Up first announced Project: EVE before the PS5 was even on the market in 2019. Shift Up was founded by famed illustrator Hyung-Tae Kim in 2014. Although it’s taken some time … Continue readingProject: EVE Trailer Shows off Stylish Combat for the PS5