With Red/Blue fresh in players' minds and with Gold/Silver right around the corner, would they accept a Yellow version, even if it did come with an adorable Pikachu? Well, history has proven that, yes, they loved it. And to read the history behind it, hit the jump here!
Digimon: Cyber Sleuth and Hacker's Memory has been re-released for the Nintendo Switch and provides a selection of over 300 Digimon to choose from. But are they worth collecting and fighting with, or do you need to pull the plug on these digital monsters? Hit the jump to find out!
When Bandai Namco announced their new project Code Vein, gamers were left wondering what the game would end up being; early impressions of the game elicited lots of comparisons to a certain popular game, but is that all there really is to Code Vein? We’ve got a comprehensive review ready to answer your questions, so hit the jump to find out what we thought!
DAEMON x MACHINA turned heads when Nintendo announced it at E3 last year, and the involvement of Armored Core alumni had mecha fans everywhere anxious for its release. Now that it's finally out on Switch, is there enough here for passionate fans of mecha games to enjoy? Is it too niche for newcomers to the mecha game genre? Hit the jump below to find out in our full review!
Amidst the wave of new Touhou fan games coming out, one of them is here to shake up the formula in a way both die hard fans and newcomers can appreciate. How does a fan creation appeal to new fans who might not be used to the challenge of the franchise without losing series veterans? Hit the jump to find out!
Re-released for the Nintendo Switch, Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch tells the story of Oliver, a recently orphaned buy who must save another world and (potentially) get his mother back in the process. And with art by Studio Ghibli, does it live up to its touching premise, or does it fall victim to some of its messier aspects? Hit the jump to find out!
If there's one thing Square Enix knows, it's RPGs, which is why they founded a new studio called Tokyo RPG Factory for the sole purpose of making them! Since then they've come out with the classic throwback RPGs I Am Setsuna, Lost Sphear, and their newest title ONINAKI. Hit the jump below to find out why ONINAKI is their best one yet!
Despite only being three years since its initial release, Root Letter: Last Answer brings Root Letter back with some new additions and improvements. Is the addition of a Live Action mode enough to make people want to play it again? What about the new enhancements and epilogues? Hit the jump to find out in our review!
If you’ve played beat 'em up games, dodgeball, and other various games from the SNES and NES lineage, you might be familiar with the chunky little sprites of Kunio-kun and his pals, headlining games like River City Ransom, Super Dodgeball, and more. In River City Girls, WayForward have returned to River City with a new spin on the franchise. But can it take a punch, or does it have a glass jaw? Hit the jump to find out what we thought in our comprehensive review!
Fist of the North Star may be one of the most recognizable classic anime, with even the likes of John Cena ranking it amongst their favorites. Tapping into that love, the folks at Sega created a new mobile game: Fist of the North Star LEGENDS ReVIVE, featuring new art and voice work from the series. Curious about what game producer Kohei Iwamoto had to say? Hit the jump… Or you’re already dead!
Fans of both Kill la Kill and arena fighters everywhere have been looking forward to KILL la KILL - IF ever since its announcement, and luckily for them the wait is finally over. Are the distinct style of Trigger's breakout work and Arc System Works's technical fighting knowhow a good fit together? Hit the jump below to find out!
Dreams can sometimes be bizarre, calming, or frightening. What happens when someone comes into your dreams and uses that to find out what truths you're potentially hiding? In AI: The Somnium Files, you're doing just that. Are these dream puzzles enough to elevate the game into something you should absolutely play? Hit the jump to find out in our review!
It's been ten years since Pokémon HeartGold/SoulSilver were released in Japan, so, on their anniversary, lets take a dive into what makes them such spectacular entries in the series and also why they're prime examples of remakes done right. Hit the jump to read more!
Being a teenager is tough. There are a lot of emotions bubbling up inside of you that you just don't know what to do with. Wouldn't it be great if emotional catharsis was just a button press away? Hit the jump below for our thoughts on all that and more in our review of Spike Chunsoft's new game CRYSTAR.
Dragon Ball is a series beloved by many the whole world over. But did you know about the long list of Dragon Ball games that have been made? Find out if you remember any of these games in our latest video detailing on the history of Dragon Ball games!