PunkBuster

The only thing I like more than games and anime is ranting at length about them. If you want some opinions I've got some right here.

Review: Fate Extella Link

A direct sequel to the first Extella game, Extella Link doubles down on the Musou genre action with new servants and stories to uncover.

Review: Gungrave VR

Cult classic Gungrave enters the VR age with a superb port, available now for PSVR, Vive and Rift.

Review: Death End re;Quest

Idea Factory's new Mystery/Gore hybrid JRPG hits the West in February. Control two protagonists to unveil a conspiracy involving online games and the occult.

Review: Toejam and Earl: Back in the Groove!

Following a very successful Kickstarter and nearly 5 years in development, the reboot to the ultra-classic co-op roguelike Toejam and Earl is now out on all platforms.

PlayStation 4 Digest and Predictions

In this article I take a short look back at the history of PS4 and contemplate on its future.

Review: Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal

Originally a title on the Nintendo 3DS, Senran Kagura Burst and its sequels gained a huge following of fans both in Japan and in the West. It shouldn't come as a surprise that the game has been remade for consoles, with a proper budget and a PC port.

Review: Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown

Making its debut this generation, Ace Combat returns after almost 12 years since its last numbered entry. As much as the series has evolved over 4 generations of consoles, the core gameplay has been the same since the beginning. It is not a simulator, it's an arcade flying game with amazing story, direction and plenty of replayability. Let's take a deeper look into this gem and how it compares to ...[Read More]

Review: Heavy Fire: Red Shadow

A fixed position arcade shooter, Red Shadow is a new entry in the Heavy Fire franchise. Although previous games in the series were rail shooters, this one is a 360° shooting gallery with optional VR.

Review: Groove Coaster

Ported from a popular Japanese series of rhythm games, Groove Coaster was recently added to the Steam catalogue. With a vertical screen resolution and some legit fun tunes, it's one of the better rhythm games on the platform right now. Even if rhythm games are not your thing, it's worth checking this one out.

Review: Downward Spiral – Horus Station

A game made for VR but also playable in normal screens. Space Stations are a very common setting for VR games, each of these games with their own personal twist. In Horus Station, you are the only living person remaining inside a huge station and you must survive by repairing each of the work modules while evading attacks from drones. Gravity here is disabled and you must move by grabbing surfaces...[Read More]

Review: Punch Line

Based on the 2015 anime and manga, Punch Line is a mixed animated/3D ecchi visual novel. As a spirit, the protagonist Yuuta Iridatsu must use his supernatural powers to prevent the world from being destroyed.

Review: 428 Shibuya Scramble

Originally released 10 years ago, 428 Shibuya Scramble finally landed on the West this September. The only visual novel to receive a perfect score from Famitsu, it follows the story five distinct characters, each of them having a role in the kidnapping of a girl in Shibuya. The twist: you play all five of them simultaneously.

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