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July, 2015

  • 20 July

    Odin Sphere HD Remake Announced By Vanillaware

    Odin Sphere HD

    Atlus and Vanillaware have announced an Odin Sphere HD Remake for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Vita. The remake, entitled Odin Sphere: Leifdrasir, will be “very different” to a straightforward remaster of Odin Sphere according to the developers, and will feature evolved gameplay systems alongside a ‘Classic Mode’ presumably for those who want an experience closer to the action 2D RPG ...

  • 19 July

    Digimon World: Next Order Announced

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    Japanese magazine V-Jump have reported that the Playstation Vita will be getting another Digimon game by the name of Digimon World: Next Order. This new Digimon will allow players to digivolve, battle, and travel alongside their Digimon and judging by the images released so far may be going back to a more open world seen in the earlier Digimon World ...

  • 3 July

    Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth PS4 and Vita Coming West

    Cyber Sleuth PS4

    Bandai Namco Games has finally confirmed they are bringing the much-requested PlayStation Vita RPG Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth to North America and Europe. Not only will the turn-based JRPG come West on Sony’s handheld, it will also be getting an upgraded port to PlayStation 4. Cyber Sleuth comes from developers Media. Vision; the studio responsible for the Wild Arms and Chaos Rings role-playing game series. The ...

  • 1 July

    PlayStation Plus July 2015 – Styx, Entwined, rain

    PlayStation Plus July 2015

    The PlayStation Blog has today revealed the PlayStation Plus July 2015 line-up of free games for subscribers. On PlayStation 4 is a release-day addition, Rocket League; a vehicle-based football game and sequel to the PlayStation 3’s much more interestingly-titled Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars. PS4 owners will also get fantasy stealth game Styx: Master of Shadows, a spin-off to 2012 action-RPG Of Orcs and Men. Both ...

June, 2015

  • 25 June

    Review – Badland: Game Of The Year Edition

    Badland Gameplay

    Disclosure: The author of this article was given a code for the game through Frogmind for the purpose of this review Developer: Frogmind Publisher: Frogmind Platform: Xbox One, PS3, PS4, Vita, Wii U More than likely, no less than a title and introductory sentence in and you’re already curling your nose at that dreaded sub-title, right? The strawberries to ‘Remastered’s ...

April, 2015

  • 20 April

    New PS Vita Model Incoming?

    New Vita Model

    Following a tweet early this morning that a trademark had been filed in Japan for a new design to Sony’s current-gen handheld, rumors are abound speculating that the Vita could be getting an upgrade from last year’s 2000 model. There’s little difference on the surface as to the iteration’s differences, though users on the web have noticed that the intended ...

  • 19 April

    Review – Titan Souls

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    Developer: Acid Nerve Publisher: Devolver Digital Platform: PS4 (review platform), Vita, PC We all know about the one-touch, let alone one-hit, contract of death. Without a mushroom, Mario games had it; without rings, Sonic titles had it. It’s a tough, unforgiving system, but the gift – of which keeps on giving – is that for every death (or dozen deaths ...

  • 6 April

    Review – Axiom Verge

    Axiom Verge Gameplay

    Developer: Tom Happ Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment Platforms: PS4 (review platform), Vita, PC It’s a no-brainer Axiom Verge takes cues from the Metroid series. From the 8-bit sprites of the original NES classic to Super‘s jarring atmosphere and aesthetic, Tom Happ has clearly set out to pay homage to the 2D iterations’ emphasis on investigative exploration and all the anxiety-ridden ...

March, 2015

  • 21 March

    Resident Evil Revelations 2: Episode Four Review – Unrest In Peace

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    Developer: Capcom Publisher: Capcom Platforms: Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3 (review platform), PS4, Vita, PC We made it. Revelations 2: Episode Four sees the 2015 survival-horror wrap itself up in that unashamedly Resi formula we’ve come to expect from the series. With its final confrontation and suspenseful end boss fight, all I can say as the credits come rolling in ...

  • 19 March

    Resident Evil Revelations 2: Episode Three Review – Unsurprisingly Familiar

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    Developer: Capcom Publisher: Capcom Platforms: Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3 (review platform), PS4, Vita, PC It’s around this time – in the second half and latter offerings of any game, let alone a Resident Evil game – that proceedings start to pick up. Action increases, tension mounts and the experience finally begins to unravel its, up until this point, vague ...

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