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It was on the second day of May in the year 2012 when Rebellion Developments put both Activision and Electronic Arts on notice. Up until that point, the likes of Call of Duty and Battlefield were seen as the premier

Nostalgia can be a double-edged sword. On one hand, experiencing a video game similar to one you loved as a child can bring a lot of warmhearted memories of simpler times and merriment. However, it also can show you how

A game like Katana ZERO is a tough one to talk about. It's not because there isn't much to say about it; quite the opposite, actually. But Askiisoft has wielded a mighty blade with this title, one with many a

Lab Zero Games had a good formula when creating its Skullgirls fighter. With its cute characters, fun mechanics, and vivid imagination, the game set the stage as one of the better original fighting titles around. (Well

When Koji Igarashi, the man who breathed the true essence of Castlevania into the franchise, wants to make a Metroidvania adventure, you best damn well let him. No longer held back by the chains of Konami, Igarashi went to Kickstarter

Just because a game looks cute doesn’t mean it’ll be a walk in the park. We should all know this by now after spending years playing stuff like Super Meat Boy and 1001 Spikes. But no, even at the Another

Sukeban Games changed the way you can craft visual novels with 2016’s VA-11 HALL-A, a title so jaw-droppingly good that I just had to give it my Game of the Year. Naturally, such an experience would be worth revisiting, as

When it comes to things that are frightful, Japan brings the biggest shrieks of all. From the works of Junji Ito to movies like Ju-On and Ringu, Asian horror manages to both scare and disturb viewers in ways Western filmmakers

Even a great and wise king needs to get crunk, but what happens when their spending spree goes too far? The duo of Lazy Bear Games and Uroboros Games aim to show the effects of a willy-nilly spending monarchy with

When you think of classic point-and-click adventures, the era of LucasArts comes vividly to mind. From the likes of The Dig and Monkey Island to Sam & Max Hit the Road, these games played a big role in fine-tuning true