Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is a reimagining of the Japanese arcade phenomenon that has taken the arcades by storm, bringing fans of TCG games together, and rewarding them for their efforts. Now, it’s in the West, as a Switch and PC based CCG.
Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle, is the latest entry in the smash-hit franchise, giving fans a chance to experience the third-season of Attack on Titan to its fullest as players prepare to take back the Wall.
2018 was another fantastic year for developers both small and large. With some of the best looking games to the best narratively driven games – it was a tough year for reviewing. Now, here we are, 2018 is over and 2019 is just getting started and that means one thing: Its time for a review recap of 2018.
As GRIP: Combat Racingprepares to launch, developer Caged Element and publisher Wired Productions have revealed the Collector’s Edition for their upcoming game, which includes some items that will make any Collector’s Heart skip a beat.
No matter what way you cut it, there are seldom games that put themselves up for display as a piece of art. Among these games comes Mooseman, a game that wants to world to see its story, to know the legend it has to tell us.
During QuakeCon 2018, Bethesda and id Software casually tweeted about the news of a Nintendo Switch version of the upcoming sequel to DOOM and now, we may get to save Luigi from his death and.. Uh… Time in Hell? What did you do to all those poor Goombas Luigi?
Shining Resonance Refrain is an up-to-date version of the PlayStation 3 title. This newly launched version features all previously released content, English dubbing/subs, and even an entirely new story through its Refrain mode, which lets players experience the story from the Empire’s point of view. Find out what we thought of the PlayStation 4 version of the game today.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus released just last year for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. Now, the developer Panic Button has once again made it possible to play one of Bethesda’s smash-hit titles while on the go through the power of the Nintendo Switch. Find out what we thought with our review.