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When PlayStation banned the release of Omega Labyrinth Z in the West, it would’ve seem like that franchise would never reach our side of the Pacific. So what’s a developer to do when such a headache occurs? Simple: make two

Kill la Kill is a true balls-to-the-wall anime thrill ride. Action-packed, funny as hell, and never ashamed of its blatant fan-service, it was an impressive way for Studio TRIGGER to introduce themselves to the world. An idea for a video

Licensed games have always been a little hit-or-miss over the years, but there was a golden period in the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis era where there were some true hits. Disney in particular had a few back in the

Jackbox Games has been delivering quality party games for over 5 years now and this year has gifted us with The Jackbox Party Pack 6. This pack contains an eclectic series of games that range from joke-telling to discovering hidden

Nostalgia is a difficult thing to get right and various projects based on the Ghostbusters franchise have had different levels of success. The series seems like a perfect fit for a game, so when the original Ghostbusters: The Video Game

I’ve been waiting years for a game like Sayonara Wild Hearts to show up in my life. As a sucker for video games that incorporate soundtracks into the actual gameplay, it’s beyond satisfying to see something come around and push

With a swift punch and a loud “BARF!”, River City Ransom made its mark in the gaming world over 30 years ago. Known overseas as the Kunio-kun series, the tale of one strong high schooler looking to save his girlfriend

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

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