Trials Fusion - Xbox One Review

The game states: Welcome to the Future. Question is, have we arrived with Trials Fusion?

Ethan: Meteor Hunter - Vita Review

Ethan finally brings his brand of puzzle solving and platforming to the handheld format. Does it pay off?

Cloudbuilt - PC Review

Does this futuristic adventure excel, or does it fall somewhat short of the mark?

Demon Gaze - Vita Review

Mostly throwback with a splash of new, this dungeon crawler is very satisfying.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Theatrythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call announced

Give how popular the last one was and how much worldwide adoration there is for the music in the long running , Final Fantasy series, I think it was only a matter of time until an announcement for a game like this was made by Square Enix.

2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil - PS 3 Review

I enjoy a lot of different sports titles. Probably the two types of sports most deeply engrained in my video game psyche are basketball and football. I have logged more hours than I would ever want to count on titles like Madden, NBA 2K, Tecmo Bowl and NBA Live. Other types of sports make their way into my living room now and then. I pick up a golf, baseball or hockey game every few years. One series that was completely new to me until recently was the FIFA soccer franchise.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Bandai Namco announces several new games

Just announced - Bandai Namco has several games coming up in the near future. These titles include GRID Autosport, PAC-MAN and the Ghostly Adventures 2, Power Rangers Super Megaforce, Rise of Incarnates, Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment and Tales of Hearts R.

In addition to these announcements, some updates on other games were shared out as well.

A new Fatal Frame for the Wii U announced

Fatal Frame is one of the creepiest video game series ever to grace any console or computer. Now it may be coming to the current generation as Tecmo KOEI and Nintendo have come together to create the next iteration for the Wii U. That would be good enough news for fans of the series, but apparently there is more in the works.

Who wants to play a more classic games on their Vita?

I imagine more than a few of you would raise your hand at that question, right? Good news then, because whether by some happy accident or some incredibly sneaky planning by Sony, apparently a large collection of previously unavailable titles just popped up as available on the SEN web store. That is right: all the digital PSone and PSP games should be accessible on your Vita. Sound too good to be true? It might be - but what it if isn't?