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Stephen Welsh

Stephen (or Steve(or Tojeka Steve)) is a kind young man who cares more about games, fiction, sleep and chicken than is probably healthy.

Project X Zone 2 Review – Featuring Dante from the…

Project X Zone 2 Review

Disclosure: the author was provided with a review code of this game by Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment Developer: Monolith Soft Platform: 3DS As the Avengers films and the Super Smash Bros. series have shown; crossovers can make for some amazing entertainment. A cast full of iconic characters fighting or helping each other is the stuff of childhood fantasies – ...

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Dark Souls III Review (VIDEO)

Dark Souls III Review

Disclosure: the author was provided with a review copy of the game by Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment Developer: From Software Platforms: PC, PlayStation 4 (review platform), Xbox One The one characteristic that universally applies to the games in the Dark Souls family is difficulty. Have you heard of Dark Souls? Then you’ve heard that it’s hard. In fact, ...

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Nights of Azure Review

Nights of Azure Review

Disclosure: the author was provided with a review code for the game courtesy of Koei Tecmo America Publisher: Koei Tecmo Developer: Gust Co. Ltd. Platforms: PlayStation 4 (PS3 and Vita versions exclusive to Japan) Outside of the dedicated dating sim genre, romances in video games still feel surprisingly rare. I can’t think of many games that have focused on a love story aside from Final ...

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Final Fantasy XV Movie, Anime, Release Date + More Confirmed

Final Fantasy XV movie

Square Enix hosted they long-teased live conference “Uncovered: Final Fantasy XV” tonight, revealing new information on the game, including its release date, as well as several tie-in products. First off – Final Fantasy XV will finally release on the 30th of September 2016. After all these years, the story of Noctis and his dear friends will release for PlayStation 4 and ...

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Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Review

Cyber Sleuth Review

Disclosure: The author was provided with a copy of the game by the publisher for the purpose of this review Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment Developer: Media.Vision Platforms: PlayStation 4 (review platform), PlayStation Vita Ever considered a part time job? I’m sure the first thing to come to mind would be working the counter at a fast food restaurant or a coffee ...

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Yakuza 0 Western Release Coming Early Next Year

Yakuza 0 Western Release

A Yakuza 0 Western release has finally been confirmed for early 2017. The prequel to Sega’s Japanese crime saga will come to the PlayStation 4 in Europe and North America in both physical and digital releases. Yakuza 0 takes players back to the Tokyo of 1988, as a young Kazuma Kiryu dives into the world of the yakuza crime organisations. Fans will also ...

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Samurai Warriors 4 Empires – Review

Samurai Warriors 4 Empires

Disclosure: the author received a copy of the game from Koei Tecmo America and ONE PR Studio for the purpose of this review Publisher: Koei Tecmo Developer: Omega Force Platforms: PS4 (review platform), PS3, Vita Whether it be Dynasty Warriors or Samurai Warriors, the long-running franchise of hack-and-slash “Musou” games produced by Omega Force and Koei Tecmo has made a noticeable mark on ...

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Mind Zero PC – Review

Mind Zero PC

Disclosure: The author was provided with a copy of the game by Aksys Games for the purpose of this review Publisher: Aksys Games Developer: Zerodiv Platform: PC (original version available on PlayStation Vita) A group of Japanese high school students discover they have the power to summon strange beings that are reflections of their other selves. Using this ability, they spend ...

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Fable Legends Cancelled; Lionhead Studios to Close

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Today Microsoft announced on their official Xbox news site that Lionhead Studios’ fantasy multiplayer title Fable Legends has ceased development. A spinoff of their decade-old Fable franchise, Legends was to be a free-to-play game for Xbox One and Windows PCs, featuring asymmetric multiplayer with 4 players controlling Heroes, while 1 player could take on the role of a Villain in similar fashion to Evolve. ...

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Pokemon Sun and Moon Announced For Late 2016

Pokemon Sun and Moon

Today’s brief Pokemon Direct revealed that the next Pokemon titles will be Pokemon Sun and Moon for Nintendo 3DS. Nothing was actually shown of the games unfortunately, but we did get some neat little factoids about the upcoming games. In addition to EFIGS, Japanese, and Korean, Pokemon Sun and Moon will be officially released in Simplified and Traditional Chinese, meaning even more Pokemon ...

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