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New characters have been revealed for the Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon video games for the Nintendo 3DS.

Games funded on Kickstarter have begun to come and go, being delivered to the salivating backers that excitedly fronted their money to fund a dream game. One of the more infamous campaigns, Mighty No. 9 was one that got funded

For years, Japan has put out tons of visual novels out on the market, with a plethora of them using sex or some other kind of lewd thing to "help" sell their title. Sometimes it works, other times they just

Before there was Farming Simulator, the only place you could make a game out of growing crops and living the rural life was in Harvest Moon. Although the original game series has gone to a different publisher, Natsume has kept

Natsume has a huge goal for 2016: to bring a once-lost franchise back to the gaming public. River City Ransom has been called a classic NES title by just about everyone under the sun, so it comes as a surprise

I've been a fan of the Shantae series since playing the iOS port of Risky's Revenge, with the most recent Pirate's Curse entry being one of the greatest platformers I've ever laid my hands on. This fall gaming's most magical

Corpse Party has had quite the interesting life. First created via an RPG Maker the mystery horror series soon saw ports and remakes via PC, the PSP, PlayStation Vita, and iOS devices, as well as various manga and anime adaptations.

The foundation of the Legend of Zelda series was built upon exploration. Wandering the scenic hills of Hyrule in search of secrets has always been the thing that made the best games in the series so fun. Nintendo allowed me

One of the best developers out there building games for the PS Vita, Drinkbox Studios has yet to release a game that has not been a slam dunk for me. This year's release, entitled Severed, keeps to this trend and

It's nice when a game series takes a different route for one of its episodes, especially in regards to Telltale Games' Minecraft: Story Mode. Sure, it's fine to stay on a more comfortable path, but in order to tell a