A Japanese detective game with a twist is coming to the UK and other western territories this September. Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness, based on the popular anime series, will be released in North America on September 13th and Europe on September 16th…
Sony’s second ever PlayStation Experience conference – an event thought by many to have become a haven of exclusive content and news for the hardcore of PlayStation fandom…
Over the years, Persona 4 has become somewhat of an anomaly in the industry. Starting out humbly on the PS2 in 2008, releasing to critical acclaim no less, the game gathered such an incredible word-of-mouth reputation that its global appeal led to a PS Vita re-release, two fighting game tie-ins with Persona 3, two anime adaptations, a dungeon crawler, and today’s topic: a rhythm game. Honestly, I don’t think a single JRPG has spawned its own franchise in quite the same way since Final Fantasy VII.
A study carried out in Northern Ireland suggests that school children who play video games get worse GCSE results than their non-gaming peers…
It felt too good to be true. Broken Sword, the iconic point and click adventure game series, was not only making a comeback, it was returning to its 2D hand drawn roots. Better yet, the original team were back together developing it.
FAIR WARNING: This review contains light spoilers for Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc. I know it’s a big ask, but I would highly recommend taking 60-70 hours of your life to play through this incredible game and its equally brilliant sequel, Goodbye Despair, before moving onto Ultra Despair Girls if you want to get the most out of its story.
I’m not the world’s greatest fighting game aficionado. In fact, that’s putting it mildly. To say that I’m no expert at beat-em-up brawlers is like describing a full-scale riot as a public disturbance – a massive understatement that’s more laughable than it is accurate.
I used to be one of those old codgers who just didn’t get what LEGO games were all about. Yeah, one of those guys. Not since Kingdom Hearts combined the movie licenses of Disney with the role-playing of Square Enix had a game featured such a bizarrely disparate concept.