Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked Review

It's a great time to be a JRPG fan, with publishers like Atlus, Aksys and NISA localizing the most wanted games from Japan. If you own a 3DS it's even better, because we are getting not one but three new Shin Megami Tensei games.

Pokemon Bank – Big News for the Fans!

Starting December players can download an exclusive software, called Pokemon Bank, that allows you to store all kinds of Pokemon from Pokemon X/Y, Pokemon Black/White and its 2012 sequel.

Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers Review

Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers is an updated port of the original Sega Saturn release from 1997. It was released this April by ATLUS in the US, and now it's finally available throughout Europe thanks to NIS America

Atelier Meruru Plus (PS Vita) Review

The PS Vita receives a lot "JRPG love"with releases such as Persona 4 Golden, Disgaea 3, Danganronpa and Ragnarok Odyssey no one can ignore this fantasy anymore. This month Vita owners will be able to try out Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland

Killzone:Mercenary Review

It's been a year & a half since the release of the PS Vita, & up until now there were no mind-blowing FPS's . Games like Resistance: Burning Skies & Black Ops: Declassified, tried their luck, both of them failed miserably & left us waiting for a big shooter to come out. Finally the wait is over with the release of Killzone: Mercenary!

The Walking Dead (PS Vita) Review

By now, every gamer around the globe must have heard of Telltale's The Walking Dead, the amazing adventure/point-and-click game that's recognized for its emotional plot. The game was already available to purchase on PS3/XBOX360/PC/iOS since last year, and now after a long wait VITA players can enjoy this one too.

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Ultimate Edition (PC) Review

There is a recent trend in the gaming industry of releasing console exclusive games to PC. Namco Bandai did it with Dark Souls and soon to do with Ultimate Ninja Storm 3, Warner Bros with Mortal Kombat and now Konami joins with Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, a game that has been out on both PS3/XBOX360 since 2010.

Review: The Bureau: XCOM Declassified (PC)

2K Games are making a lot of effort to bring back the X-COM franchise to its glory days. It started with Enemy Unknown, a re-imagined version of the original from 1994, continued with the expansion to the mobile market, and now with the recent release of a new entry - The Bureau: XCOM Declassified

Nintendo Direct announcements

  Yesterday, Nintendo aired another of its famous direct shows, where they made new announcements about their upcoming games: Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan will be released on 12th September Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers is coming out on 19th September Animal Crossing: New Leaf Promotion – If you register Animal Crossing: New Leaf with Club Nintendo by 15th September, you’ll be...[Read More]

Blik-0 1946 released on iTunes

Although this new isn’t related to videogames, I am pretty sure gamers will find their interest in it. Acttil, a new localization company which was formed by former NIS America staff, announced that a digital book named Blik-0 1946 is now available through iTunes for 10$. Description: Dr. Mabuse, a reputable artificial intelligence scientist, created a robot named Blik-0 (pronounces “Buliko”...[Read More]

Attack of the Friday Monsters! a Tokyo Tale Review

Genre: Adventure Developer: Level 5 Publisher: Level 5 Price: £7.19 (EU), $7.99 (US) Platform: exclusive to Nintendo 3DS system, eShop only Release date: July 18, 2013 The last entry in the GUILD02 collection has finally arrived to Nintendo Eshop, right after the release of both “Bugs vs. Tanks” and “The Starship Damrey”. This time we are set to find out about the mysteriou...[Read More]

Help Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 DS Come To Europe

We all know how much time and money it costs to localize a game outside of Japan. Sometime the risk is too big for small companies to even consider a release. Just look at games Ciel No Surge and Senran Kagura. This time, a small publisher from Europe called Ghostlight  is trying to change the rules by letting people pre-order Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 before they secure a release . If ...[Read More]

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