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Yearning for the return of something you enjoyed in the past can be a mixed road that leads to either joy or disappointment. Platonic Games set about revitalizing the void left by the folks over at Rare by making a

There are right ways and wrong ways to adapt classic anime & manga series, and no one has experienced both of those outcomes quite like Go Nagai. Last year alone, fans of his work witnessed new takes on his classics

Ambition, particularly in game development, has a habit of of either making or breaking certain titles. Greedfall, a game by the developer Spiders, is a highly ambitious game that sought to create a sweeping story through a massive world of

Will the real Slim Shady be the last one standing? In Artifact 5’s Lucky Me, inspired by Eminem’s music video for “Lucky You”, the object of the game is to stay alive when others are copying your exact movements. At

Can a little infidelity bring a dash of fun to the party scene? That’s what a few students at New York University seek to discover with a new card game that’ll get people laughing along. Showcased at the Boston Festival

In most cases, Japanese-exclusive PlayStation Vita titles stay put in the Land of the Rising Sun, due to the Vita’s short lifespan in the Western world. However, there are cases where titles are rescued and ported to other consoles, in

In anime and in visual novels, there are sometimes stories about schools with curses and mysteries. Some involve ghosts, others hexes from deceased students. In Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa, the first original visual novel from PQUBE Games, these

It was bound to happen. After a cameo appearance in Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, the world of Hotline Miami was greatly rumored to appear on the Switch. Then, out of the blue, it arrived. Hotline Miami Collection, which

The best multiplayer titles involve a good deal of teamwork. Yes, you can find these elements in your average run-of-the-mill shooters and classic arcade beat-em-ups. However, very rarely do these sorts of games require a solid dose of brain power

Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio knows how to deliver an amazing story with fun, often wacky fighting mechanics. For nearly 15 years, their Yakuza franchise has given us memorable characters, heartbreaking tales, and some of the most incredibly bonkers fights anyone