Tag Archives: ps4

Seven Deadly Sins Knights of Brittania Headed West

The Seven Deadly Sins are making their first console appearance, and it will hit North America in early 2018. Today Bandai Namco published an announcement trailer for Seven Deadly Sins Knights of Brittania with an accompanying tentative release date of early next year. Seven...


Kingdom Hearts HD Remix Series Coming to PS4

The Kingdom Hearts HD Remix series is about to make the jump to PS4, which is great news for both new fans of the series and fans who want to relive the franchise before jumping into the third main entry in the series. Rather...


God Eater 2: Rage Burst Review

God Eater 2: Rage Burst is a monster hunter-style action RPG that surprisingly has enough variety and tasks to keep you occupied for hours. This was my first time experiencing the franchise’s game and I am glad considering how satisfied I was with the gameplay....


Lifeless Planet Launches with Part of Profits Going to Education

Today the developer and now publishing studio, Serenity Forge, is launching their latest title, Lifeless Planet. In this exploration game, an astronaut is exploring a distant planet (taking 15 years at twice the speed of light to get there). Only upon arrival discovering that it...


PSYCHO-PASS: Mandatory Happiness Coming in September

According to publisher, NIS America, the recent game PSYCHO-PASS: Mandatory Happiness is not only expected to arrive in September, but it also is coming on PS4, PS Vita, and Steam. The game is going to hit the shelves on September 13th, 2016. Along with a regular...


Newest Sword Art Online Game is Headed Westward

In a press release and on twitter (shown at the bottom of the article) Bandai Namco made the announcement that the most recent SAO game, Sword Art Online -Hollow Realization-, will be coming to the west. The new game will be released on both the Playstation 4...


Disgaea 5 Review

The PlayStation 2 was the console that really got me into JRPGs, but for some inexplicable reason I never managed to Disgaea. I know what you’re thinking. “How could you miss out on a series so popular that it’s on the sixth installment?” Yes, Disgaea 5 is actually the sixth game in...


The Soundtrack for THPS5 Offers a lot of Variety

The long awaited moment is finally here, the soundtrack for the latest installment of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater has finally been revealed. If you’re a longtime fan of the series like I am, you’ll no doubt know that the soundtrack is one of the...


Final Fantasy XV Release Window Narrowed Down

In an exclusive sit-down with Gamespot, Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata has confirmed that the title will see its release before 2017. The highly anticipated RPG will most likely land itself in Holiday 2016, which is right on schedule for Square-Enix. Hajime Tabata...


Attack on Titan is Finally Getting a Console Game

For a long time now, fans have wanted a console version of Attack on Titan. There have been a couple of valiant efforts for the handheld market from Spike Chunsoft for the 3DS, but they weren’t exactly stellar. Now, years later, Attack on Titan is finally...


Hatoful Boyfriend PS4 PS Vita Release Date Announced

According to a press release on the official PlayStation blog (and in a tweet below), Mediatonic, and publisher Devolver Digital, the popular simulation game Hatoful Boyfriend release date has been announced. The game was originally released back 2011 and the remake was released in Setember of 2014. Now, not...


Farming Simulator 15 Review

Farming Simulator is a game that you might have heard of before, if only from the slew of videos that make jokes at its expense. It’s a series that has managed to achieve a certain level of success, despite being a part of a...


Tales of Berseria Revealed for PS3, PS4

Earlier today at Tales of Festival 2015, held in Yokohama at the Yokahama Arena this year, Bandai Namco announced that another game is on the way. The game is called Tales of Berseria,  and will be available for both the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation...


Guns Up! is Fun but Frustrating Tower Defense for the PS4

The market for social Free to Play games has been growing ever since MySpace and Facebook first offered the ability to play them. Years later, they’re still doing pretty well — just look at Clash of Clans developer and publisher Supercell, who’s making so...


Bandai Namco Localizes Two Sword Art Online Games

Today Bandai Namco has announced that they are going to localize two Sword Art Online games. First up is Sword Art Online: Lost Song, which will be released here in North America later this year. It’s really no surprise with the success the anime has had here and...