Everyone’s favourite unfiltered, otaku, badass assassin, finally makes his glorious return to the grand stage of gaming in Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, exclusively
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There are certain video game styles from each generation that while critically acclaimed and innovative for the time, do not carry over well to the
NIS America held its annual press event today in San Francisco, California, and with it came several announcements regarding the company’s catalog of games coming
One of the first games I can recall truly challenging me was No More Heroes. Not from a difficulty standpoint, mind you—I mean purely from
The Silver Case remake landed on PC earlier this year to critical acclaim. But Suda51’s debut game is about to see another release in the
CGM explores the first section of Let it Die from the creative mind at Grasshopper Manufacturing, Suda51, and hitting the PS4 later this year. Don’t
First announced in 2013, Let It Die is a game that oozes style, and a game that could have only been imagined by Grasshopper Manufacture
The first thirty minutes of The Silver Case repelled me. The user interface was overwhelming, the primary mechanic was scrolling through text, and navigation was
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Astro Boy‘s had an interesting history in the West. All three of his series have been localized, not to mention all of Osamu Tezuka’s original
If you were to walk into Pax-East on the first day of the convention you would have been greeted by a booth for Let it
After attending a game preview at PAX East with CEO of Grasshopper Manufacture, Goichi Suda (Suda51), our Editor-in-Chief was handed a leaflet that showed a
Cultural Artifacts When it comes to entertainment designed for mass consumption, no one pushes the envelope for weird as much as the Japanese. When it
A Game Less Ordinary There’s a particular experience in gaming that can be had only by those with a high tolerance for sloppy game design
Every medium has its cult favourite, its bad boy auteur who may not be the most popular creator around, but has a unique vision that
Lollipop Chainsaw will probably vanish from the videogame conversation very soon.
What do you get when you mix together equal parts rainbows and zombies, throw in a cup of rock and roll, boil until sweet, then
I usually try to avoid unnecessary profanity while writing reviews, but there’s only so much I can do when the protagonist’s full name is Garcia
The upcoming action game has been pushed back until the end of June.
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