The GameCube is a lovable little system, and with good reason: it’s loaded with fun games that hold up well after years of more technically advanced releases! Its import scene is equally endearing, with silly entries that focus on simple fun. Let’s check out the best of the bunch!Read more
Scott Strichart has worked on localizing and marketing fan-favorite franchises like Persona, Ni no Kuni and Final Fantasy. These days he’s heading localization efforts for the Yakuza series. We talked with him about the process of bringing Yakuza 0 to the West!Read more
Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea is one of the best entries in Gust’s Atelier series. It introduced so many quality of life improvements and anti-frustration features. When the ultimate edition comes to the Vita, of course it’s going to be a welcome addition to the handheld’s library.Read more
We’re finally getting used to regular Project Diva releases in the West, after years of being envious of the series’ import-only fun. We get new games like clockwork, filling our need for Vocaloid rhythm action like it was Call of Duty or Madden. Now, as soon as we’re used to it, it’s over.
Or it should be, anyway, because Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone is such an avalanche of gameplay that it couldn’t reasonably be followed.Read more
Windjammers is back! With the PlayStation Experience announcement that the game will be available for the first time in decades in the form of a new PS4/Vita release, many are excited but others may be left wondering about this esoteric title. We’re here, then, to answer your questions!Read more