Cosplay Wednesday – Guilty Gear’s I-No

Cosplay Wednesday – Guilty Gear’s I-No

Guilty Gear is ready to rock once again this December when the long-awaited Guilty Gear Xrd: -SIGN- makes its debut. While fans eagerly await their chance to ride the lightning, Gamers Heroes takes a look at a cosplay of Guilty Gear’s I-No

Cosplay Wednesday – The Legend of Korra’s Korra

Cosplay Wednesday – The Legend of Korra’s Korra

Nickelodeon’s The Legend of Korra might be on its last season, but the series is determined to go out with a bang. Between the upcoming PlantinumGames title and the fourth Book well underway, it’s a good time to be a Korra fan. In honor of this, Gamers Heroes takes a look at a true-to-life cosplay of the titular character Korra

Tears to Tiara II Review

Tears to Tiara II Review

Strategy RPG fans are in vogue right now. Atlus and Aquaplus’ Tears to Tiara II is looking to take advantage of the trend, bringing a game that is one part SRPG and one part visual novel. Is this one battle worth fighting, or are you better off succumbing to the power of the Empire?

Cosplay Wednesday – X-Men’s Psylocke

Cosplay Wednesday – X-Men’s Psylocke

Shed a tear for Marvel. Not only did both Activision and Capcom both lose the Marvel license, all releases dealing with their catalog of heroes have been pulled from the major networks. While gamers the world over pray for a Marvel vs. Capcom 4, Gamers Heroes takes a look at a stellar cosplay of the X-Men Psylocke

Cosplay Wednesday – Resident Evil Revelations’ Jessica Sherawat

Cosplay Wednesday – Resident Evil Revelations’ Jessica Sherawat

The Resident Evil series is a strange beast right now — even stranger than the creatures of Raccoon City. In honor of this spinoff sequel (and the Halloween season), Gamers Heroes takes a look at a spot-on cosplay of Resident Evil: Revelations’ Jessica Sherawat

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax Review

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax Review

Atlus’ Persona series is practically a household name at this point, with RPGs, musicals, dancing games, anime DVDs, and even naughty videos to its name. The latest addition to the Persona family, Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, is looking to shake up the fighting scene yet again. Is this spinoff sequel worth a second bout in the ring?

Cosplay Wednesday – Guild Wars 2′s Shining Blade

Cosplay Wednesday – Guild Wars 2′s Shining Blade

New to Guild Wars 2? The long-running MMO is currently having a free trial week, making it the perfect time to jump in. In honor of this special occasion, Gamers Heroes takes a look at this cosplay of Guild Wars 2′s Shining Blade

The Evil Within Trailer Showcases The ABCs of Survival

The Evil Within Trailer Showcases The ABCs of Survival

Fall is in the air, and with the chilly air comes a deluge of horror-themed video games. Bethesda and Tango Softworks’ The Evil Within is looking to lead the pack with a survival horror game from director Shinji Mikami. Those wondering what this horror-obsessed creator has in store are in luck — a new trailer has arrived

Total War: ATILLA Announced for PC and Mac

Total War: ATILLA Announced for PC and Mac

After spending years conquering Feudal Japan and Rome (on two separate occasions), fans of SEGA and Creative Assembly’s Total War series have been eagerly awaiting their next conquest. These armchair warriors are in for a real treat — the Total War series will continue with the latest entry Total War: ATILLA

Cosplay Wednesday – Dark Souls’ Artorias

Cosplay Wednesday – Dark Souls’ Artorias

Namco Bandai’s BloodBorne might be all the rage right now over at the Tokyo Game Show, but the Dark Souls series still has some…life left in it in the form of some new Dark Souls II DLC. While we at Gamers Heroes anxiously await the arrival of the Crown of the Ivory King, we take a look at one true-to-form cosplay of one Gwyn’s Four Knights, Sir Artorias

Fairy Fencer F Review

Fairy Fencer F Review

Do you ever get the feeling like JRPGs aren’t quite JRPGs anymore? Enter NIS America and Compile Heart’s Fairy Fencer F, a true-to-form JRPG backed by some of the biggest players in the JRPG-verse. Is this turn-based wonder worthy of the title, or is it just another pretender?