A smash hit in Japan, Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc’s story of murder, betrayal, hope, and despair has entertained fans since 2010. With the recent launch of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc in the United States and Europe, Gamers Heroes spoke with series producer Yoshinori Terasawa about the past, present, and future of Danganronpa’s twisted world
Ryu Hayabusa may have served as chief ninja in Tecmo Koei’s Ninja Gaiden series for more than 25 years now, but the upcoming Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z has newcomer Yaiba Kamikaze at the forefront. However, that’s not the only change this upcoming hack-and-slash game has in store for the series: here are 10 major changes Team NINJA has in store
Final Fantasy is hotter than ever. With Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy XV, Final Fantasy X/X-2 Remaster, and even a new version of Theatrhythm on the horizon, it makes you wonder when Square Enix is going to remake Final Fantasy VII
The tales of Commander Shepard and the crew of the Normandy might be officially over according to BioWare, but that does not mean fans have forgotten about the original Mass Effect trilogy. While these diehard Paragons and Renegades wait with bated breath on any news about the latest Mass Effect game, Gamers Heroes takes a look at our favorite FemShep on the Citadel
Move over Princess Peach (and Daisy, I guess): There’s a new princess in town! Originally making her appearance in Super Mario Galaxy, the princess Rosalina has since made cameos in Mario Kart Wii, Super Mario 3D World, and now the new Super Smash Bros. It seems only fitting that we at Gamers Heroes find some Rosalina cosplay worthy of this royalty — thankfully, IchigoKitty is on the case
Facing a potty-mouthed little brat online or failing an impossible mission over and over (and over) is bound to bring out the demon in all of us. However, these instances rarely leave our living rooms. Not so here — in these 10 cases, watch as the beast is unleashed
But wait! With next year’s Ultra Street Fighter I on the horizon, we’ll see the return of a number of new fighters. Rather than go with the hairy Hugo or the questionable Poison, Gamers Heroes takes a look at Street Fighter III and Street Fighter X Tekken vet Elena and one of the best Elena cosplay artists around
Namco Bandai’s SoulCalibur series of fighting games has always been full of fan service. Not only are there enough dream cameos to please any fanboy, there is little to no clothing on the female fighters. In honor of the release of SoulCalibur II HD Online, we take a look at a cosplay of series stalwart Ivy Valentine
One can ponder as to why these games are so popular ‘till the cows come home, but GIANTS Software’s Farming Simulator series of games has been the country life simulator du jour on PCs for some time now. Now that this series has made the jump to the PS3 and 360, is a trip to the countryside in order?
Nintendo prides itself on its kid-tested, mother-approved image. Mature-rated games are a rarity on their platforms, and the bright colors of staples like Mario guarantee an experience that is fun for the whole family. However, cosplayers like Liz Katz are dying for the series to grow up — so she decided to take things into her own hands
Since the original SoulCalibur II hit the scene 10 years ago, gamers have been blessed with three official sequels, dozens of fighting games, and two new brand-new generations of consoles. However, despite these advances in technology, many consider this second entry of Namco Bandai’s weapon-based fighter the definitive version. Now that the remake SoulCalibur II HD Online is available on XBLA and PSN, does the soul still burn?
Fanciful utopias? Mystical powers? Mass murder? It’s easy to see that the BioShock series has what gamers crave. As these rabid fans return to Rapture in the brand-new Burial at Sea DLC, we at Gamers Heroes take a look at the original BioShock’s world…and how it has the slightest edge over BioShock Infinite’s Columbia