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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

Ghost Giant, a PlayStation VR game from the folks at Zoink Games that has recently come to retail, is a charming VR puzzle game. As the player, you take the form of a giant ghost who helps a little boy

The Earth Defense Force series has brought wave upon wave of creepy crawlies for players to destroy time and time again. They're also not ashamed to showcase how silly the story can be, with its tongue placed firmly in-cheek throughout

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

Sometimes you just want to go out and do some hunting. However, the fact that it costs quite a lot for ammunition and gear -- on top of the fact that some animals are just too cute to shoot --

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

Visual novels can be a bit of a hard sell for the common gamer. Unless it has a special kind of gameplay aspect to it (i.e. VA-11 HALL-A and its drink mix menu), most people outside of the Japanese market

"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

Gungrave was, in retrospect, an okay game series. With character designs by Trigun mastermind Yasuhiro Nightow and mechs created by You're Under Arrest writer Kōsuke Fujishima, the first two titles were described by many as "great to look at, so-so