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October, 2015

  • 12 October

    Cataegis The White Wind – Review

    Cataegis The White Wind

    Disclosure: the author was provided with a copy of the game by the developer for the purpose of this review Publisher: KISS ltd Developer: Acido Cinza Platform: PC Cataegis The White Wind is available on Steam and on itch.io here The world is under the control of a mysterious woman called Ishtar. This deity can control life and death; bringing the departed ...

  • 6 October

    Sonic Lost World PC Release Coming Next Month

    Sonic Lost World

    SEGA’s infamous blue blur hasn’t really been up to much in 2015, aside from being strangely self-aware on Twitter. Well, surprisingly Sonic’s 2013 adventure Sonic Lost World is making its way to PC next month. A Steam page is now live for the game, bearing a November 2nd release date. The port doesn’t seem to add anything significant, but boasts 60 ...

  • 5 October

    Indivisible RPG Campaign and Playable Prototype Now Live


    An Indiegogo campaign for Lab Zero Games’ next project ‘Indivisible’ along with a playable prototype of the game, were both announced earlier this year. The campaign is now live and the playable prototype can be downloaded straight from the campaign page if you so desire. The first gameplay trailer can be seen below, once again accompanied by music from the ...

September, 2015

  • 12 September

    Final Fantasy V Shakes Its Butz On To Steam

    Final Fantasy V

    Square Enix has announced that a port of the iOS version of Final Fantasy V will be coming to Steam on September 24th. The game will cost $15.99/£10.99 and features include: Recreated graphics by Kazuko Shibuya. Updated controls and a newly optimized active-time battle system. The Sealed Temple dungeon originally featured in the Gameboy Advance remake. Optional boss designed by Tetsuya Nomura ...

  • 1 September

    Metal Gear Solid V PC Disk Is Just a Steam Installer

    Metal Gear Solid V PC

    Konami has now released the PC version of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain physically but the release may not be what many people were hoping or expecting. If you were to put your new copy of Phantom Pain in to your PC expecting to install the game from the disk, you might be surprised to find an 8.78mb ...

July, 2015

  • 2 July

    Tales Of Symphonia Coming To Steam Early 2016

    Tales Of Symphonia Artwork

    One of JRPG’s most beloved titles, Tales Of Symphonia is to get a Steam release, Bandai Namco confirmed today via the official Tales Of blog. Slated for an early 2016 release, this sees the classic 2003 Gamecube title getting a second reiteration following the PS3 Remastered edition in 2013 with the more recent version being the basis for the PC ...

  • 2 July

    Warner Bros “Knew Arkham Knight was Broken”

    Warner Bros

    The PC version of Batman Arkham Knight suffered a turbulent launch last week, shipping out with bugs from day one, making the game almost unplayable. Frame rate drops, rendering issues and an insane amount of lag all came together to make Arkham Knight, well, not quite what the fans were hoping for. So much so that the PC version on Steam ...

June, 2015

  • 27 June

    Batman: Arkham Knight Pulled From Steam


    Following the almost universally negative fan backlash over the PC port of Batman: Arkham Knight, Warner Bros. has decided to pull the game from the Steam store-front altogether. Major issues such as frame-rate stuttering, graphical and physics bugs as well as frequent audio drop outs are among the issues reported, not to mention the game is capped at 30fps – ...

  • 21 June

    DRAGON: A Game About A Dragon – Review

    DRAGON: A Game About A Dragon

    Disclosure: the writer received a copy of the game from the developer for the purpose of this review Should I spend time explaining what DRAGON: A Game About A Dragon is about? Seems somewhat obvious. The game is an adorable 2D platformer set in a fantasy kingdom, drawn in pencils like a child’s drawing. You take on the role of ...

  • 20 June

    Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas – Review


    Disclosure: the developers provided the writer with a copy of the game for the purpose of this review Publisher: Cornfox & Bros. Developer: Cornfox & Bros. Platforms: PC (review platform), Mobile A young boy with sword-and-shield in hand sets out on an adventure across the many islands of a vast sea. His quest to slay the dreaded monster Oceanhorn will see him overcome ...

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