The Fate/ series can be overwhelming. There are different storylines to follow, even though certain characters may appear in multiple installments and timelines. Fate/Extella has attempted to be one of the more accessible spin-offs, at least in gameplay, if not story, and now Fate/Extella Link is here to continue the story that began in Fate/Extra. Fortunately for both newcomers and returning fans, this entry both fixes problems from Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star and tries to help people wade into the depths of its lore.Read more
More and more Japanese games are being localized every year. Especially as anime and manga series develop larger, worldwide audiences. Jump Force is the latest to show up worldwide. While it might not be the best crossover title or have the most diverse character roster, it might be a good introduction into this sort of world. So, let’s go a bit deeper and learn more about Weekly Shonen Jump crossover games.Read more
2019 is a big year for Devil May Cry. The series is back after quite a hiatus. It was 21 years between Capcom’s Devil May Cry 4 and 5. It had been six years since Ninja Theory-created DmC: Devil May Cry. People may have wondered if the sons of Sparda would ever return. This sort of gap between games may mean some are unfamiliar with the demon hunters. Well, that’s where Michibiku steps in to help. Here’s all you need to know about the series.Read more
There is a whole line of NIS games people might not know about. They don’t have any specific designation and header. However, each one is a 2D game focused on stories and puzzles, and people who enjoy one will likely love the others. Have you heard of them? Well, with this guide, you definitely will know all you need to about getting into these 2D affairs.Read more
With two high-profile releases in recent months, Tetris is back in the public consciousness in a very real way. But there have been a ton of Tetris games over the years, and you don’t need to play them all to have a thorough understanding of the franchise.
You do need to play these ones, though. And we’ll tell you why!Read more
The only Record of Agarest War game to not receive a localization has, well, received a localization. Record of Agarest War Mariage has appeared outside of Japan. The former PlayStation Portable game looks a little more crisp than before, has received some trophies and has keyboard and mouse control options. But, people heading into it and expecting a more traditional experience like the ones from past installments will be in for a shock. Corners were cut in the portable release, to allow it to actually run on the system, which means things are a lot less complicated.Read more
A charming kinetic visual novel might suddenly be coming to your attention lately. This is in reference to Planetarian, of course. This futuristic story touched hearts way back in 2004, and now is coming to the attention of people again due to a new release. It is making its Nintendo Switch debut worldwide! That means more people will get to meet Yumemi Hoshino and see how meaningful a dilapidated planetarium can be at the end of the world.Read more
Listen. There are probably a lot of people out there talking about how games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle and maybe even PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale give people the ultimate cast list and best cross-overs of all time.
That is absolutely fine, because everyone is entitled to their own opinion. But maybe, just maybe, we should all think about the potential SoulCalibur VI. With a little effort on our parts, this can feature the ultimate dream fights.Read more
Sometimes, I feel like the star of Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age isn’t the actual star of the game.
Which is silly, I know. Within the first twenty minutes of Dragon Quest XI, we learn that our avatar is the reincarnation of the Luminary, a legendary hero who once saved the world from evil and darkness. He is the center of attention throughout the adventure. There are times when he is all that we have.Read more