The latest hit from PlatinumGames is an ambitious action adventure game that largely succeeds in many ways, though it's juggling so many aspects that some fall through the cracks.
by Josh Torres on 29 August, 2019
Tokyo RPG Factory's newest game has a lot of great ideas on paper, but never manages to fully realize them.
by Josh Torres on 21 August, 2019
PlatinumGames's bizarre adventure has been a thrilling ride so far. Here are seven neat little touches I've been enjoying in the final build of the game.
by Josh Torres on 17 August, 2019
With a brand-new console RPG and a fighting game developed by Arc System Works, we learn more about Cygames's current and upcoming Granblue projects.
by Josh Torres on 06 July, 2019
It's been a hot minute since the Kickstarter for Koji Igarashi's new game wrapped up and Castlevania fans have a good reason to celebrate on how this turned out.
by Josh Torres on 03 July, 2019
Image & Form's latest SteamWorld entry dips its toes into the realm of RPGs as it delightfully integrates a deck-building card game into a turn-based RPG.
by Josh Torres on 23 April, 2019
Despite a shorter campaign, Fate/Extella Link feels considerably better to play than Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star with some great gameplay improvements and smart quality-of-life features.
by Josh Torres on 19 March, 2019
Shiokawa's thoughts on the FGO USA Tour kick-off and a brief bit on one of the big controversies in FGO's English release.
by Josh Torres on 26 February, 2019
BioWare dips their toes into the loot shooter genre and it makes a poor first impression in its "soft-launch" window.
by Josh Torres on 18 February, 2019
It's time to bid 2018 farewell, but I'll be taking its games with me.
by Josh Torres on 29 December, 2018
This return to the world of Alrest is an excellent supplement to an already incredible game that shines a light on the remaining mysteries in Xenoblade Chronicles 2.
by Josh Torres on 14 September, 2018
Inventive, thrilling and brilliantly executed, 428: Shibuya Scramble is a masterpiece of the visual novel genre.
by Josh Torres on 03 September, 2018
For all of its striking visuals and sophisticated animation work, Death's Gambit suffers a bit of an identity crisis among fundamental control flaws.
by Josh Torres on 27 August, 2018
Octopath Traveler is an excellent game, but the elasticity of its structure proves to be the one unassailable hurdle between it and becoming a classic in its own right.
by Josh Torres on 12 July, 2018
Some new insight, details, and information on Fate/Grand Order's English release as it celebrates its 1st anniversary this year.
by Josh Torres on 08 July, 2018
We spent several hours with Switch's next big JRPG and it's looking to be something incredibly special.
by Josh Torres on 06 July, 2018
The weird need to reinvent itself onto a competitive format has damaged this newest Gundam game every step of the way.
by Josh Torres on 25 June, 2018
We met up with Kei Mikami, Valkyria Chronicles 4's producer, at E3 2018 and had a lengthy chat about VC4's development, Steam version, and the future of the Valkyria series.
by Josh Torres on 18 June, 2018
An extensive hands-on at the first western-developed Neptunia game!
by Josh Torres on 15 June, 2018
A first-look at the sequel to Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star.
by Josh Torres on 13 June, 2018
Another glance at the Switch title before it releases in July.
by Josh Torres on 11 June, 2018
Riddled with extremely tedious design decisions and frustrating technical hiccups, not even a believing heart can save this trainwreck.
by Josh Torres on 02 June, 2018
Sakura-san~ Sakura-saaan~ ahahahaha~~
by Josh Torres on 15 April, 2018
We've accepted that we'll never play a complete version of FFXV in our lifetimes.
by Josh Torres on 08 April, 2018
The Alliance Alive blocks our path in this episode, so we make a detour into developing our social links with gunpla.
by Josh Torres on 01 April, 2018