Space Invaders Extreme Review (PC)

Space Invaders is one of those classic games that over the years got revamped, modified and extended many times over. Despite this, Space Invaders Extreme takes what made the original great and ramps it up with modern additions.   Space Invaders Extreme came out in 2008 on handheld consoles of the time, Nintendo DS, and […]Read More

Yomawari: Midnight Shadows Review (PS4)

Yomawari: Midnight Shadows is the direct sequel to Yomawari: Night Alone, but can be enjoyed on its own as it introduces new characters and a totally new storyline. We are again treated with very detailed graphics which blend cute and creepy style quite nicely.   The new story focuses on Yui and Haru, two young […]Read More

Raiden V: Director’s Cut Review (PS4)

Raiden is back with Raiden V: Director’s Cut, which is a 25th Anniversary edition. It brings the classic design back into play, with some nice new additions to spice up the already excellent action.     From the get-go, Raiden V opens with a great example of bad voice acting worthy of the PlayStation 2 […]Read More

Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle Review (PS4)

After many Touhou titles making their way onto PlayStation 4, here comes Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle, an arena-style fighter similar to last year’s Touhou Gensou Rondo: Bullet Ballet. It’s a shame that Touhou Kobuto V is in many ways weaker than its predecessor.     What was a bit off from the very start […]Read More

Senko no Ronde 2 Review (PC)

Senko no Ronde 2 is finally available for western audiences to enjoy on both PlayStation 4 and PC. Senko no Ronde 2’s gameplay is very much like that of Touhou Gensou Rondo: Bullet Ballet which we had a pleasure of reviewing around the same time last year.   Well actually, Touhou Gensou Rondo was heavily […]Read More

Spelunker Party Coming West October 19th On Switch and Steam

Spelunker Party, a really cute party game by Square Enix is coming west October 19th on Switch and Steam. Are you ready to explore deep caves and loot treasure with your buddies?   I’ve had the opportunity to play the Japanese demo on Nintendo Switch and it was brutal but fun. It takes a bit […]Read More

The Idolmaster: Stella Stage Announced for PlayStation 4

Bandai Namco announced the next installment in The Idolmaster series – The Idolmaster: Stella Stage for PlayStation 4, along with its first trailer and screenshots. Once again the player will be the girls’ new producer and this time help them aim for the big legendary stage called “Stella Stage”.   The story is that both presidents of […]Read More

Sonic Forces – Episode Shadow Free DLC Announced

Sega brought out yet another surprise for Sonic fans. Sonic Forces will receive a day one DLC called Episode Shadow. It will be free for all who pre-purchased the game, but also for all day one adopters.   Episode Shadow will be a prequel of sorts, explaining the relationship between Shadow and Infinite, Sonic Forces’ brand new […]Read More

White Day: A Labyrinth Named School Review (PS4)

Long before the likes of famous Amnesia series and the now overused first person walking simulator horrors of today, there was only a humble little game called White Day, originally released on PC in 2001 by a Korean studio called Sonnori.   White Day is a bit of a mystery itself. For a niche title […]Read More

Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition Reveal Trailer

Now, this is a title we didn’t except to get revealed at this year’s Gamescom. It is Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition for iOS, Android devices and Windows 10. Oh, boy! You have to brace yourself for this one because we think it looks really daring and cute at the same time.     This […]Read More