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Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment Review (PS4)

Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment is a singleplayer RPG title that tries to emulate a MMO from the titular anime series. It was first released on the PSP as Sword Art Online: Infinity Moment, a Japan only title. After the Vita port, we got a sort of “Director’s Cut” with the release on the PS4. […]Read More

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin Version Differences

The original Dark Souls first launched on PC as Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition, an enhanced version with extra content, which was only made available for consoles later. The port was actually pretty bad, but with the fan-made DSFix patch it was a very good experience.   Dark Souls II launched on PC, but […]Read More

Bandai Namco Changing its Name Again

It has been less than a year since Namco Bandai Games changed its name to Bandai Namco Games. Today the company has decided to change its name once again. This time they seem to want to emphasize the Entertainment aspect of their company by swapping out the Games part of their name with Entertainment.   […]Read More

New Tales of Hearts R DLC Costumes

Tales of Hearts R finally came out on PlayStation Vita last month. It’s the first time Tales of Hearts has been released in the west, and it proves once again that the Vita might be one of the best gaming systems for enthusiasts of Japanese video games like us and, of course, yourselves. But does […]Read More

Digimon All-Star Rumble Review (PS3/360) – Party Game or Fighting

Whether a fighting game roster is considered a “spoiler” is often up for debate among online communities. Super Smash Bros. often finds itself at the centre of this debate, the roster for which is usually revealed through carefully scheduled announcements, which were spoiled with a leak. Digimon All-Star Rumble‘s roster can tell you most of what […]Read More