Review: Tokyo Tattoo Girls

Author: Seth Hay
Categories: Reviews, Vita

Tokyo Tattoo Girls isn’t your typical strategy game – the core concept is that you power up your female characters by adding tattoos to their backs. Using the power of these tattoos, your goal is to take over all 23 territories (wards) in a demolished Tokyo. That said, while it’s…

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Demon Gaze II DLC announced and dated

Author: Seth Hay
Categories: News, PS4, Vita

NIS America has announced that the first DLC for Demon Gaze II will arrive on November 21st for North America and November 24th for Europe. A few of them are free downloads while the others are for purchasing. Just earlier today we reviewed the dungeon crawler, so be sure to…

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Review: Demon Gaze II

Author: Seth Hay
Categories: PS4, Reviews, Vita

Despite being a dungeon crawler with great ideas, Demon Gaze II isn’t perfect. A sequel to the PlayStation Vita original released in North America and Europe in 2014, which itself was a follow-up to the 2010 PC title Students of the Round, Demon Gaze II will release for both the…

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Review: Assassin’s Creed Origins

Author: Tyler Beyer
Categories: PS4, Reviews

After many years of annual releases, and even a double release year, Ubisoft took its own leap of faith by taking a break between Assassin’s Creed games. Starting in the middle east during the crusades and eventually ending up in London during the Industrial Revolution, we have been able to…

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First Utawarerumono is Finally Getting a Remake

Author: Seth Hay
Categories: News, PS4, Vita

From the latest Famitsu weekly magazine, it’s been announced that Utawarerumono’s first installment is getting a remake for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. The second and third installments already released worldwide for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. The remake will have HD scenes and improved battle scenes once it launches…

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Destiny 2’s first expansion gets a release date

Author: Tyler Beyer
Categories: News, PS4

After a successful PC launch, and over a month’s worth of content, Bungie has officially revealed Destiny 2’s first expansion – the Curse of Osiris. It will add Mercury as a new planet to explore and fight foes, as well as many new weapons and new armor. We’ll also likely…

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Sucker Punch’s next game is Ghost of Tsushima

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News, PS4

It’s been a while since the developers at Sucker Punch put out a game, with the last being Infamous: Second Son in 2014. Now, at Paris Games Week 2017, PlayStation finally announced what the first party studio is working on and it looks to be quite different: the Samurai-starring Ghost…

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Paris Games Weeks’ PlayStation indie announcements

Author: Tyler Beyer
Categories: News, PS4

To kick things off for PlayStation at Paris Games Week, a sequel to Guacamelee was announced. Luchadore, platforming, and chickens are just a part of what was shown. Originally released in 2013, Guacamelee became a large success for DrinkBox Studios and was ported to multiple system, so if you like…

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PlayStation’s Paris Games Week 2017 livestream

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News, PS4

Sony is once again heading to France in a big way, after skipping out 2016’s Paris Games Week. Back in 2015 we saw the announcement of various VR titles, Yves Guillemot’s WiLD and more, and Sony promises 7 new announcements this time around. Check out the live stream below, which…

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Destiny 2’s Seasons detailed

Author: Tyler Beyer
Categories: News, PS4

With one Faction Rally and Iron Banner under their belts, Bungie has started to reveal more information about the “Seasons” of Destiny 2 at the company’s panel during Twitch Con. The first thing that the panelists talked about was how the development has officially been given over to the Live…

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