Tag: Xseed Games


Fate/Extella (Nintedo Switch) Review: Not For Fate Casuals 5

Fate/EXTELLA (Nintedo Switch) Review: Not for Fate Casuals

 |  Remington Joseph
I’m a big fan of Type-Moon’s Fate/Stay Night series. While the series has always been a big hit in Japan, it’s always been much more of a niche on a global scale. Knowing this, I was really happy to hear that Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star was announced for the West. I was even more excited […]
Xseed Games To Release Story Of Season Trio Of Towns In Late February 1

XSeed Games to Release Story of Season Trio of Towns in Late February

 |  Lane Martin
Not every video game needs to be sold on the intensity of its action or the grisliness of its deaths. No, sometimes whiling away the hours tending to various crops and animals and meeting new friends is just what you need. Fans of this style of game have something for the 3DS late February in Story […]
Little King’s Story (Pc) Review 1

Little King’s Story (PC) Review

 |  Jordan Biordi
When I first played Pikmin in 2001 it was unlike anything I had experienced in the RTS genre considering my only reference at the time was Starcraft. Pikmin took similar fundamentals and applied them in a creative and approachable way. Looking back on it, Pikmin was the first example of Nintendo’s ability to take established […]
Corpse Party Review (Pc) 4

Corpse Party (PC) Review

 |  Jordan Biordi
I am an unapologetic fan of the horror genre. Some of my favourite video game memories come from late nights playing Resident Evil in my basement, the controller being passed back and forth between me and a buddy because we were too scared to keep going. In fact, the only reason I bought my PS4 […]
Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow Of New Despair (Ps4) Review 4

Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow Of New Despair (PS4) Review

 |  Phil Brown
As someone who has enjoyed videogames for many years, I’ve come to love assuming the role of a space marine and blowing up giant insect aliens really good. It’s been a staple of the medium for as long as I can remember and something that just feels immensely satisfying. However, as times change and systems […]
Xseed Announced Its E3 Line Up

XSEED Announced its E3 Line Up

 |  Cody Orme
There’s no doubt that XSEED is one of the largest Japanese publishers around. And E3 is the biggest games trade show on the planet. So today, they announced their E3 line up with a bunch of localizations. Leading the way for localization is Return to PopoloCrois: A Story of Seasons Fairytale, a cross over between […]
Down With Bad Quick Time Events - 2014-08-15 13:05:21

Down with Bad Quick Time Events

 |  Reid McCarter
Indulge me, please. I have a complaint. Yeah, it will probably seem like a pretty minor one in the grand scheme of things, but, all the same, it’s a source of regular frustration. Basically, what I’m working up to writing here is that I’m sick of videogames, good and bad alike, being ruined by the […]
Akiaba'S Trip: Undead And Uncensored News - 2014-05-09 16:39:59

Akiaba’s Trip: Undead and Uncensored News

 |  Cody Orme
Akiba’s Trip: Undead and Uncensored will hit North America this summer. Although it’s already out in Japan, developer XSEED has given some information on in-game content. The big news from their press release was that players can get “strip portraits” of all main male characters in the game along with female characters. To XSEED, this […]
Ragnarok Odyssey Ace (Ps3) Review 2

Ragnarok Odyssey Ace (PS3) Review

 |  Wayne Santos
Pseudo-Monster Hunting On Your PS3 While Capcom arguably invented the entire monster-hunting genre when they debuted Monster Hunter on the PS2, it was really on the PSP where the genre took off. Since then, Capcom’s taken their ball and walked out of Sony’s backyard and over to Nintendo’s. This has been good news for the […]
Ys: Memories Of Celceta (Vita) Review 3

Ys: Memories of Celceta (Vita) Review

 |  James Griffin
Ys might end up taking the crown for “longest-running series”, as it has churned out titles since 1987. Never breaking the mainstream, our lovable hero Adol Cristan has continually captured the hearts of RPG fanatics, but only within a very niche demographic. Memories of Celceta, the newest entry, breathes life into Sony’s handheld, the PlayStation […]


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