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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

This past January, Travis Touchdown made one hell of a comeback. The latest (sub)chapter in Goichi Suda's iconic series, Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes served as a massive chocolate-filled heart to both indie games and the entirety of Grasshopper

Stories about royalty giving themselves a good sweat almost always feel more heroic than ones where the rulers spend most of their time in the throne room. Perhaps this is why I had high hopes for a game like The

Every anime fan dreams of going to Japan, be it for fun or even educational purposes. The thought of roaming around places that inspired many of our favorite stories would make any person grin from ear-to-ear. Sadly, until there’s a

Remember this name: Gabe Cuzzillo. This person is the creative mind behind Ape Out, a new game from Devolver Digital. Its premise is one of the most simplest in gaming today, but what it has to offer is one of

Alongside Sonic the Hedgehog, ToeJam & Earl were seen as SEGA's golden boys back in the 90s. With their debut title in 1991 and its Panic on Funkotron sequel two years later, the slick alien duo brought big beats and

"A wise man will climb Mt. Fuji once; a fool will climb Mt. Fuji twice." - Japanese Proverb Mountain climbing can be a strenuous hobby. I've hiked up quite a few mighty hills and a handful of mountains in the New

No More Heroes was the reason why I finally caved in and bought a Wii once upon a time ago. The story of Travis Touchdown and his mission to become the #1 assassin had me with its killer narrative, badass

I'm a kid of the nineties, where grunge rock, ska and gangsta rap were all the craze, and filmmakers like Richard Linklater and Kevin Smith spoke to their audiences on the same level. Video games were slowly becoming an art

I remember watching MXC: Most Extreme Elimination back in the day, wishing that it could one day be given the chance at being a video game. Although many a game show that ripped off MXC and its original Takeshi's Castle