Thursday, 25 September 2014

Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Monday, 22 September 2014

Review: Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment (PSVita)


Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment, the second game adaptation in the franchise and with a third game in the works; brings the world of SAO to the Playstation Vita.  Hollow Fragment is an add on to the first PSP game Infinity Moment.   With Infinity Moment and Hallow Fragment being a single game makes for a massive game. Hollow Fragment is a Vita game that I have been personally very excited for since its release overseas.  As a .Hack fan, I have been excited to play a .Hack esque game.   Hollow Fragment is overly grindy and suffers from embarrassing translations errors, which really brings down the game.  



News: More Games to come on Ps4 from NIS?


It seems Disgaea 5 isn't the only game Nippon Ichi Software have in store for Playstation 4.

News: Shining Resonance TGS Trailer


Sega has released the Tokyo Game Show trailer for their upcoming RPG Shining Resonance.

News: Bravely Second 'Three Musketeers' Trailer


Square Enix have released a new trailer for Bravely Second entitled 'Three Musketeers'.

News: 2 Minutes of Senran Kagura Ps4 Gameplay


2 minutes of in-game footage has emerged for Senran Kagura: Estival Versus at TGS.

Review: Hyrule Warriors (Wii U)



Hyrule Warriors combines The Legends of Zelda and Dynasty Warriors. The story of the Legend of Zelda games with the combat style of Dynasty Warriors to bring a whole new world of experiencing to The Legend of Zelda. Hyrule Warriors for the Nintendo Wii U is a cooperation of Nintendo and Koei Tecmo. Hyrule Warriors was released on August 14th 2014 in Japan and for the Europe September 19th 2014 and will be released in North America on September 26th 2014.

Sunday, 21 September 2014

Review: Anomaly 2 (PS4)


When playing a tower defence game have you ever given a thought about the poor characters that have to move through the tower littered maze that you have laid before them?  Have you ever though how difficult it may be for them?  All they really want to do is reach their goal.  Well, thanks to Anomaly 2, you now have the chance to experience what it is like on the other side.  This time the enemies have the towers and you are the poor foot solider that has to navigate your troops through to the end.  On paper it may sound like a complete mess but 11 Bit Studios has proved that this concept is something that can work.