The teal-haired wonder Hatsune Miku is back with her biggest release yet. Packing more than 200 songs, does SEGA’s Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone satisfy all of your Vocaloid wants, needs, and desires?
After a successful Kickstarter campaign, WayForward’s flagship series makes the jump to HD in Shantae: Half-Genie Hero. A callback to the platformers of old, is this title a wish come true?
Telltale’s world of walkers returns with the release of The Walking Dead: A New Frontier. Does this two-episode premiere ramp up the tension, or is this series better off dead?
The fighting game market is downright saturated these days, with dozens of titles demanding players’ attention. Type-Moon’s Melty Blood series has always been one of the outliers of the fighting game community, but does Actress Again: Current Code thrust the series into the spotlight?
Michonne’s tale comes to a close in the finale of TellTale’s miniseries based on The Walking Dead. Does this tale end with grace, or is it as disheveled as one of its many walkers?
What makes for a good fighting game? One could argue that deep mechanics, a bevvy of options or even a story mode make for a good time, but what if I were to tell you there is a game that packs all three? Aksys’ BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend most certainly fits the bill
Time is on your side in Superhot, a first-person shooter where the world moves when you do. Should you give its setting of starts and stops a go, or should you not give this one the time of day? Bullet-time mechanics may be commonplace these days (just ask Max Payne), but Superhot does things a little differently
With TellTale’s The Walking Dead series, gamers know the drill. You fight zombies, you make tough decisions and you make do with the end result. But what happens when you put the spotlight on an already established character, like the fan-favorite warrior Michonne? You get The Walking Dead: Michonne, a miniseries that manages to tread all-too-familiar ground with an all-too familiar protagonist
With more than 25 years and dozens of games to its name, Capcom’s Street Fighter series isn’t just a staple of the fighting game community – it’s the gold standard. You would think this high pedigree would carry over to the long-awaited Street Fighter V, but this king of fighters may have lost its crown. At its very core, Street Fighter V’s engine is solid. Those adept at flinging hadokens and performing charge moves will take to its gameplay like a duck to water
Japanese game gurus EXAMU and XSEED have teamed up for Nitroplus Blastez: Heroines Infinite Duel, a fighting game that brings together some of the most unique characters to grace the world of anime. Do you want to play as a cute anime girl? You probably already know the answer to that. The fighting engine powering the world of Nitroplus Blasterz should be familiar to anybody whose ever visited an arcade
Ever wanted to experience what Japan has to offer, but can’t afford the ticket? Does SEGA have the game for you. Yakuza 5 could quite possibly be the most robust game to date
Conquering your enemies rings true in almost every game out there, but what if you didn’t have to fight? Can peaceful negotiations make for a good game? In the case of Toby Fox’s Undertale, the answer is a resounding “yes.”