Three months following the game's initial launch, Destiny's first piece of major DLC is finally upon us. But does The Dark Below address many players' concerns with the game, or are we simply looking at more of the same?
While the grittier Tomb Raider games certainly hold their own in the action/adventure genre, it’s nice to know that the Lara Croft series continues to carry the torch for earlier series entries; one lit with a spark of ridiculous action and an abundance of adrenaline-charged fun.
BioWare learned its lesson from Dragon Age 2. They make this point as early as Dragon Age: Inquisition's character creation. Your choices are no longer limited to male Hawke or female Hawke. You can become a human, elf, dwarf, or qunari and then tweak every little physical detail of this hero. The custom introduction missions of Dragon Age: Origins haven't returned but BioWare's bringing the series back to its original vision of player-driven fantasy adventures.
Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed finally arrives on the PlayStation 4 this week, bringing XSEED Games and Acquire’s bizarre mix of RPG and brawler to Sony’s newest home console. But launching on the PlayStation 3 and Vita just a couple of months ago, is this latest trip to the land of all things otaku worth making?
Just one year following the US release of the original Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F and Sega is here to sate the hunger of J-pop-loving rhythm game fans with another visit from everybody's favorite virtual idol.
You're on the run from hordes of the undead in #killallzombies, with nothing but your wits, an itchy trigger finger and a decent amount of luck to keep you alive in this latest twin-stick shooter for the PlayStation 4.
The king has died. In Chariot, you must take on the role of the ever-dutiful daughter and honor your father’s final wish to be transported to a resting place befitting his glory. It’s a pretty morbid set-up, but everything else about the game is bright, colorful and fun. And that goes double if you’ve got a friend in tow.
Senran Kagura Bon Appetit! hit the PlayStation Vita today, mixing the dangerous world of nearly-nude ninjutsu with the hardcore antics of a cooking competition wrapped within a rhythm game..Because why not?
It seems like shooters are all about edgy realism these days. Not so, for Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops, a twin-stick shooter recently launched for the PlayStation Vita.
Fluster Cluck is all about one thing: Chikkin. Players take on the role of employees of a mega corporation that produces poultry in mass quantities, outfitting its staff with the latest in chikkin wrangling technology. Designed as a four-player arcade game that draws inspiration from the golden era of couch-based mayhem, Loot Entertainment aims to fill a hole currently left wide open in the PlayStation 4 library.
At first glance, the new PlayStation Vita brawler, Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus, appears to be nothing more than a stereotypical fanservice game, overflowing with innuendo, sexually suggestive artwork and breast physics that make a waterbed caught in an earthquake look tame.
I'm not fond of reviewing expensive products I didn't pay for. It seems difficult to come to an objective conclusion at times that best reflects the interests of the consumer. With that in mind, I did run the Asus Republic of Gamers G-Series GL551JM through the series of rigorous tests, examinations and benchmarks. Ultimately, when all is said and done it must be asked: is it worth $1,099?
For fans of the hit Persona 4 Arena fighting game, there was likely no question as to whether or not they would be interested in yet another round of fisticuffs within their favorite RPG world. But are a handful of new combatants, a brand new story mode and some tweaked systems in Persona 4 Arena Ultimax enough to warrant another trip into the P-1 Climax Tournament?
The Final Fantasy series has always been known for its fantastic soundtracks, which finally take center stage in the newly released Nintendo 3DS rhythm game.
"Destiny is more than a game." That quote from USA Today kept popping up throughout the game's marketing campaign. I can see why that quote was chosen. It's simple but promises the world to gamers.