Tales Of Xillia 2 PS3 Gameplay Overview And Preview

Tales of Xillia 2 PS3

North Americans will finally get a chance to put their hands on Tales of Xillia 2 from Bandai Namco Games (and oh boy does it seem as if they fill up the news cycle over here quite a bit). The JRPG is set to release exclusively on the PlayStation 3 beginning August 19th. Before the game drops, this little article here will give you the low-down on what’s what and why the game may or may not be worth your time. Continue reading



Shadow Warrior Official Release Date Announced For Xbox One, PS4

Shadow Warrior

The official release date has been set in stone for both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 for the first-person shooter reboot from Flying Wild Hog and Devolver Digital. The game will be getting a bit of distribution help from middle-of-the-road publisher Bandai Namco. Continue reading

Bravely Default Has Sold One Million Copies

Bravely Default

Talk about a major win for the Nintendo 3DS and JRPGs the world around. Square Enix’s unlikely title for Nintendo’s handheld has actually managed to sell a heck of a lot more than the company had been anticipating, including pushing an impressive 600,000 SKUs and digital copies outside of Japan alone. For a mid-budget, Eastern-centric role-playing game that’s exceptionally impressive. Continue reading

Zombies Monster Robots Update Includes Some Rampaging Mummies

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I haven’t played Zombies Monster Robots, but it sure does look like a heck of a lot of fun. I mean, the game has players using all sorts of awesome weapons while they fight zombies, monsters, robots and mummies… how could that not be fun? The new update and accompanying trailer also make it known that the free-to-play title could be a real worthwhile venture for anyone looking to dive into a cooperative or competitive third-person action title… for free. Continue reading

EA Access: $5 Monthly Subscription Service Is Exclusive To Xbox One

EA Access

Imagine paying a monthly flat rate of $5 a month to gain access to nearly every single Xbox One title EA has made and will make? You can hop in on the action soon, according to a blog post on EA’s news wire. The company has already started offering the service to select members of the gaming community to “beta test” the offerings. Continue reading

Perturbia Could Come To Home Consoles, After Getting Approved On Greenlight

Perturbia

The upcoming first-person horror game called Perturbia is currently looking for support on Steam’s Greenlight. I recently did a news post about the game arriving on Greenlight, as well as what the game aims to achieve with its gameplay and artistic direction, comparing it to titles like Condemned: Criminal Origins and Silent Hill. Well, with such comparisons made, many gamers questioned if Imaginary Game Studios’ first-person, emergent horror title would arrive on eighth-gen consoles? Well, I asked and they answered. Continue reading

Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution Screenshots Feature Sakura

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Bandai Namco Games let loose some brand new screenshots of two characters that will be a focal point on the upcoming Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution game for the Xbox 360, PS3 and on Steam for PC (it’s also really nice that Steam is now included in the list for a lot of these games. It feels really good to be a PC gamer these days). Continue reading

Proxy Blade Zero Launches, Brings Japanese-Style Mecha Action To Steam

Proxy Blade Zero

Many of us long for games that are just fun. Pure, unadulterated fun. It’s rare these days to find a game that isn’t a hand-holdy, easy-peasy, made-for-kids, Hollywood-style blockbuster romp that feels like a $60 hold-me-over until you have to go eat something, take a dump and sleep. A lot of games today don’t feel like fun-filled escapes from the everyday trudges of life. Well, thankfully indie developers understand the lack of “fun” in today’s mainstream sector and have taken it upon themselves to re-infuse awesome and entertainment back into the fold. One of those games attempting to make gamers feel imbibed with enthusiasm is DragonSix’s Proxy Blade Zero. Continue reading

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