Ryza is the beginning of a new Atelier trilogy, dropping this month for PS4, Switch and PC. It continues the long-running tradition of this crafting-base JRPG series, except this time with an active battle system and the best graphics the series has ever had.
The popular anime and light novel series arrives for western gamers in Rio Reincarnation. This game is a compilation of the two Japan-only PS3 games, plus a totally new story.
Okay if you are here means you have played Moonlighter and can't wait to get your hands on the new content. After a year of free content updates this is the first paid DLC for the game and brings a brand new dungeon for you to explore, new enemies and loot for you to find, collect and sell.
If you don't eat Dragon meat you will go insane, eat too much and you turn into a Dragon. The world is dying and everyone wants you dead. Compile Heart's latest RPG is a story about living as a Witch while attempting to retain the last of your sanity. And of course, the girls are very cute.
A very modern and console-friendly Visual Novel about highschool love and....the apocalypse? Future Tech's first English-localized game, Song of Memories is an interest addition to to the ever-growing list of officially published VNs in the west.
The Atelier series has turned 20 years old. Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists is this series' anniversary title, crossing over nearly every character from previous games into one.
A direct sequel to the first Extella game, Extella Link doubles down on the Musou genre action with new servants and stories to uncover.
Cult classic Gungrave enters the VR age with a superb port, available now for PSVR, Vive and Rift.
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.
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.
In this article I take a short look back at the history of PS4 and contemplate on its future.
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.