Category Archives: Adventure

Armikrog Gets Release Date, New Trailer

If you haven’t been keeping track this week, Armikrog officially became available for pre-order on Monday. The release date for the game has been announced and it’s a little off from the earlier estimates. Thankfully, however, Armikrog will be meeting the Summer 2015 release date —...


Tokyo Dark Kickstarter Ending Soon

The Kickstarter campaign for Tokyo Dark is ending soon and if you haven’t yet you should totally go back it. Like right now. If my word isn’t enough for you, maybe I should mention the game has been endorsed by Square Enix, Indie Haven,...


Resident Evil Zero Remaster Trailer and Details Revealed

The Resident Evil series isn’t a stranger to remakes and remasters. Hell, Capcom even came out with a remastered version of the Resident Evil Remake earlier this year. So when I heard that the series was getting another remaster, I wasn’t all too surprised. Until the producers of...


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...


Armikrog Preview

I’ve been keeping a close eye on Armikrog ever since it was announced that the team behind the cult classic claymation adventure The Neverhood were reuniting to bring a spiritual successor to the table. You see, The Neverhood originally launched in 1996. That’s almost 20...



Etrian Mystery Dungeon Review

Eterian Mystery Dungeon is what you get when you cross Altus’ Etrian Odyssey series with Spike Chunsoft’s Mystery Dungeon series. As someone who isn’t familiar with either series, I went into Etrian Mystery Dungeon with no idea what to expect.  Much like my party...


Oceanhorn – Monster of Uncharted Seas Review

A young child clad in a blue tunic wakes from his slumber after having a vision of adventure. Something is calling for him from a nearby cave. He stirs briefly and goes to investigate, not before inquiring with the local hermit who seems way...


htoL#NiQ – The Firefly Diary Review

Sony’s dream was for developers to create unique, beautiful, and inspired exclusive games for the Playstation Vita. Games that highlight the Vita’s unique qualities while maintaining a level of quality that would bring in a big enough audience for the system to fully take...



The Deer God Review

The Deer God has been in Early Access on Steam for a couple months now, so there’s a good chance you might have heard of it — but if you haven’t, it’s an indie game developed by Crescent Moon and Cinopt Studios that has...


New Trailer Offers Behind the Scenes Look at Armikrog

We’re getting closer to the release of Armikrog, the long-awaited spiritual successor to The Neverhood, and that means it’s time to have a look at some trailers. This latest trailer from Pencil Test Studios harkens back to the original behind the scenes video from...


Persona 5 PV + Director Comments Released

Persona fans, the time is now! After a whopping seven years after the release of Persona 4, and half a year after the release of Persona Q, an announcement trailer for Persona 5 has been released! Following the announcement trailer a full year ago,...


18 Minutes of Bloodborne Gameplay

Through IGN, From Software has released a video showing the first 18 minutes of Bloodborne! After watching the video, I feel like the areas displayed could be explored for well over 18 minutes. The player in the video clearly has a goal set, as they...


Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Videos Reveal New Details

February 13th is a big day for the Nintendo 3DS; the New Nintendo 3DS is seeing its’ North American release, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D’s release in North America and Europe (releasing in Japan and Australia the day after) and Monster Hunter 4...