The Men of Yoshiwara: Kikuya Review (Switch)

Despite being a port of a previously released Android/iOS game, The Men of Yoshiwara: Kikuya is the first otome visual novel release for Nintendo Switch. And, while games in this genre that are developed for mobile tend to be a bit hit and miss, this is a pretty good one all things considered — especially […]Read More

BlazBlue Rhythm Music Game Eat Beat: Dead Spike-san Comes to

BlazBlue is finally coming to Switch, but not quite in the way you’d expect at the moment! While we wait for BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle and more BlazBlue titles to head to Switch, we’re going to have a port of the BlazBlue rhythm music game Eat Beat: Dead Spike-san on Switch come 22nd March.   […]Read More

Atelier Lydie & Suelle Preview (Switch)

Atelier is a massive series, yet somehow this final entry in the “Mysterious” trilogy — Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings  — still seems like it will be managing to offer a fresh take on the alchemy JRPG series, by going back to its roots with an infusion of newness.   We […]Read More

Soulcalibur 6 Preview – The Soul Still Burns (PC)

When Tekken 7 released, it had been a long time since Tekken 6. Not keen to rush it out the door, Bandai Namco gave it room to breathe. In so doing, they made one of the best fighting games of this generation. Similarly, it’s been six years since Soulcalibur V. So far, Soulcalibur VI is […]Read More

Shining Resonance Refrain is Finally Bringing Shining Force Back to

For many, Sega’s Shining JRPG series will be best remembered as Shining Force back in the 16-bit era. After this, the series has received patchy western releases, tailing off almost completely after 2007. But, with Shining Resonance Refrain, the series is making a western comeback.   Shining Resonance Refrain is an enhanced version of the […]Read More

Dragon Ball FighterZ Broly & Bardock DLC First Screenshots Revealed

Dragon Ball FighterZ has already been a tremendous success, but the fun isn’t stopping there. Bandai Namco recently revealed the first wave of DLC characters would add two new saiyans to the game: the hulking, muscular legendary super saiyan Broly; and Bardock, Goku’s father. Take a look at these first screenshots of both characters!   […]Read More

Attack on Titan 2 Preview – Big Battles Come to

Attack on Titan 2 (AKA AOT 2 in Europe, the version we played) makes the obvious follow-up choice — where the first game adapted the first season of the anime phenomenon, this one adapts the second. Though it does so a little bit differently, and is packed with the story from the first season too […]Read More