Category Archives: Previews

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution Preview And Gameplay Overview



Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution

Bandai Namco is prepping to release the upcoming 3D, cel-shaded fighting game for the Xbox 360, PC and PS3 during the middle of September in Japan, North America and Europe. The game’s release is fast approaching and gamers looking for a bit of collective information on the game can find it right here. Continue reading




Gauntlet: Steam Preview

Gauntlet: Darkness Calls

One of the upcoming games set to release exclusively on Steam this summer is a remake of the classic multiplayer dungeon-crawler, Gauntlet. The game comes courtesy of Arrowhead Game Studios and Warner Bros. Entertainment. It takes the four classic heroes of legend and puts them back into the loot-and-grind dungeon setting as up to four players, either locally or via online play, can dive into the game and earn new armor, items and weapons while killing countless foes. It’s like the original Diablo before there even was a Diablo. Continue reading

Drift Stage, A 3D Racing Game With Retro 80’s Music? I think I’m In Love

Drift Stage

A new game is in the works from Chase Pettit and artist Charles Blanchard called Drift Stage. It’s a love letter to the 90s-era arcade racer that we used to get from companies like Sega and Namco, as the companies helped shape the arcade scene with iconic, nostalgia-ridden games such as Outrun, Daytona USA, Sega Rally Championship and Ridge Racer. The real cherry on the top of the retro-cake is the fact that the game features music from 1980s-inspired musician Myrone. Continue reading

The Sims 4 Preview And Gameplay Overview

The Sims 4

Even though the removal of toddlers and swimming pools has caused quite a ruckus within The Sims community, there are still a ton of gamers excited about giving EA their money like an addict hands over their life force to a sometimes incommensurable activity. Nevertheless, the game is coming and it’s best to know everything you need to know about The Sims 4 before you dive headfirst into the experience. Continue reading

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

Sacred 3 Preview

Sacred 3

Deep Silver and Keen Games’ upcoming Sacred 3 is due for release on August 5th in two weeks. The game is gearing up to land on retail shelves and digital distribution for PC, PS3 and the Xbox 360. One of the things I thought was pretty odd was how few previews are available for the game, but with the release looming so close, I’m sure a lot of gamers would love to know a bit more about the game given its thinly promoted presence in current gaming media. Continue reading

My Name Is Addiction Hands-On Preview: Oh, It Goes There

My Name is Addiction Preview

Not every gaming website out there likes hipster indie games; a lot of times you’ll be told what not to write about regarding certain titles. It means that you’re ultimately forsaking a large potential audience out there who may be interested in a game you would like to write about, but can’t. Nevertheless, here at One Angry Gamer there is no game that is taboo for the reasons of “ lacking pageviews” or not baiting enough for high “click-through rates” on the search engines. It’s why hands-on previews for even the most rare games can exist here – even if only on the brink of being a superficial preview due to time-constraints – and it’s why a game like My Name is Addiction can appear on this site more than just in passing on a weekly recap. Continue reading

Metro Redux: Gameplay Overview

Metro Redux

One of the upcoming games for PC and home consoles is a redo of one of the most praised and atmospheric first-person shooters from the seventh generation of gaming, Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light. Both games will be available as individual digital downloads and as a bundle package at retail for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC starting on August 26th. Continue reading