Tags : dungeon crawler

Zanki Zero: Last Beginning is coming to Europe in April

We’re all for interesting experiences at Rice Digital, and especially ones that completely surprise us with both direction and genre such as Zanki Zero: Last Beginning, which was announced for the West today by Spike Chunsoft.   They revealed that the game is coming far sooner than expected, landing on April 9th 2019 for Playstation […]Read More

Mary Skelter: Nightmares Review (PS Vita)

I remember when Mary Skelter: Nightmares was first announced. It was touted as Compile Heart’s attempt at a horror dungeon crawler with cute girls at the forefront. While it seemed enticing, after the mediocre MeiQ: Labyrinth of Death I irked on the side of caution before getting too hyped up. Mary Skelter is finally out […]Read More

First Look at DanMachi Infinite Combate Screenshots

5pb announced earlier in the year that they were working on a dungeon crawler based on the popular anime Is It Wrong to Try Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? (AKA, DanMachi). Now Famitsu have shared a first look at DanMachi Infinite Combate screenshots, showing us what to expect in the full game.     […]Read More

Cladun Returns: This Is Sengoku Review (PS4)

Cladun series is a franchise that spun on the beloved PlayStation Portable console starting with Cladun: This is an RPG. A sequel called Cladun X2 was available on both PSP and Steam. Now after a considerable wait we are more than ready for a new installment in the series.   The great thing about Cladun […]Read More

Omega Labyrinth Z English Trailer Explains the Game

It’s not entirely clear why D3 have released an Omega Labyrinth Z English trailer for their latest PV, but we’re not complaining. This subtitled version of the second promo video explains the story, setting, and how all of the mechanics will come together in this extremely lewd dungeon crawler.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmg6pq-8_eI   It’s definitely a […]Read More

Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy Review (PS Vita)

Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy is a direct sequel to 2015’s Vita’s exclusive Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy. Aside from a few improvements the game generally sticks to the same formula.     The game continues where the first one left off. Future Tokyo is under threat by a mysterious hovering embryo. It is up […]Read More

Godly Prison Tower: Mary Skelter Launch Trailer Released

Due to its Japanese release on 13th October (tomorrow!) Compile Heart have released a Godly Prison Tower: Mary Skelter launch trailer to showcase the game in action! The trailer pays particular attention to the battle system and the “Nightmares” — the game’s enemies.     Mary Skelter is a dynamic dungeon crawler from Compile Heart that […]Read More

Mary Skelter “Purification” Shows Some Skin

Compile Heart’s newest dungeon crawler, Divine Prison Tower: Mary Skelter, won’t just be hitting that horror note, but also a naughty one, with its newest “Purification” system.        The game’s purification feature may sound similar to Criminal Girl’s punishment mini-games or Monster Monpiece’s aggressive touch screen rubbing, but it is even more lewd than that. […]Read More

Sekai Project AWA 2016 Announcements: Project Lux, Falsetto Memories and

The localisation company, Sekai Project, has announced three new titles during a live panel at Anime Weekend Atlanta. The three titles, Serment – Contract with a Devil, Falsetto Memories and Project Lux, excitingly offer vastly different gameplay experiences, from virtual reality to dungeon crawlers!   Serment – Contract with a Devil     Serment – […]Read More

MeiQ: Labyrinth of Death Review (PS Vita)

MeiQ: Labyrinth of Death is Compile Heart’s first venture into the dungeon crawler genre. And while it may have its shortcomings this decent attempt has a lot to offer.         One day the world stopped rotating and the land was shrouded in darkness. Five young girls known as machina mages set off with their giant mech Guardians to […]Read More