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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

Would Franz Kafka be a gamer? Although I doubt he’d be the type to jump into Fortnite or Call of Duty, I could easily picture him diving into someone more deeper and puzzle-based. Perhaps this is why I feel he

Last year, Ion Maiden impressed the living crap out of me at PAX East. The retro-styled first-person shooter delivered an attitude and mentality that I hadn’t seen since the late 90s. With its official release date getting closer, 3D Realms

The Touhou Project has grown to craft many fan-based comics, anime, games, and various other forms of entertainment. But what happens when you bring in a bunch of former Mario Kart developers into the mix? The answer is one nutty

Quick: when’s the last time you played a video game where your partner’s a talking banana?! The answer is probably never, unless there was a Bananas in Pajamas video game that existed back in the day. At any rate, My

I had many questions to ask after playing Askiisoft’s Katana ZERO. What was presented as a neon hack-and-slash wound up being something a lot deeper. From the demo showcased by Devolver Digital at PAX East, this tale of a drug-fueled

Very rarely do I come across a video game that is truly hard to describe. The team of Annapurna Interactive and Simogo have done just that with their upcoming Switch title Sayonara Wild Hearts, a game that’s being touted as