Tags : Microsoft

D4 Season 2 in the Works, Playism Publishing on PC

We all had to pick a side when it came to the current generation of gaming consoles and so hearts were broken when fans of Deadly Premonition found themselves on the other side of the fence holding a PS4 or a Wii U since Swery’s latest creation, D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die was an Xbox […]Read More

Donkey Kong and Kid Icarus; A Curious Comparison

Donkey Kong and Kid Icarus. Other than being two Nintendo owned franchises, they don’t have all that much in common, do they? One tells the story of a race of intelligent apes who have to defend their secluded tropical island home from a race of reptilian humanoids and various other threats.   The other tells […]Read More

SWERY Confirms D4 PC

Some people call Deadly Premonition one of the best games ever made. These people are more than likely wrong, but it is fantastic, largely thanks to the quirky ambition of its director/designer/writer  Hidetaka “SWERY” Suehiro (sometimes “Swery65”). As such, some fans of the game were disappointed when his next work, D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die […]Read More

Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Interview

Hiroshi Matsuyama on the Future of Naruto, Implementing Feedback, and Using Next-Gen for “Expression” and “Reality”   That’s right, the thumbnail is correct, Matsuyama-san was dressed as Naruto throughout the interview – something he often does!     This is the first Naruto game since the manga ended in Nov 2014. I was wondering how […]Read More

It’s Back Again and About Time Too; a Donkey Kong

I, along with many other Donkey Kong fans, was very happy when Donkey Kong 64 was released on the Wii U Virtual Console in the early hours of the 2nd of April. Not only is this the start of Nintendo 64 games being available in that service, but we’ve also finally got a rerelease of the […]Read More

TyranoBuilder Announced – Easy Visual Novel Creation for Multiplatform!

We’re super pumped for Steins;Gate, so it’s no surprise we’re big fans of visual novels in general. That’s why Nyu Media and STRIKEWORKS’ latest project is something we find particularly exciting. It’s called TyranoBuilder, and is a super simple and easy way to make your own multi-platform visual novels without programming knowledge being required.   […]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

Will We See the Original Diddy Kong Racing Again?

I’m sure fans of Rare and Donkey Kong are still very happy that all of the Donkey Kong Country and Donkey Kong Land games have been added to the Virtual Console for the 3DS and Wii U (respectively). However, Donkey Kong Land III was not the last Donkey Kong game made by Rare.     […]Read More

Eight Defining Games of the Waggle Generation

American dance duo Reel 2 Real released “I Like to Move It” in 1993. The song charted in 1994, and enjoyed a fair amount of success. But it wasn’t until 2005 with the release of DreamWorks’s Madagascar that the song would truly go viral, becoming the main song associated with the series. Similarly, the concept of “moving […]Read More