Save as Much as 75% Off on JRPGs in PSN Golden Week Sale

PlayStation is currently having a huge clearance on Japanese games this week during their PSN Golden Week sale. JRPGs series such as Final Fantasy, Suikoden, and Kingdom Hearts can be found for 40% – 60% off and top notch games like Disgaea 5, Ni no Kuni 2, and Dragon Quest Heroes 2 are also available…

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Assassins Creed Origins Struggles To Invoke Feelings But It’s Still A Great Game

Assassins Creed: Origins has us follow the story of Bayek a Medjay— an elite protector— of Egypt who embarks on a journey of revenge that leads to the creation of the Assassins brotherhood. Though technically taking a step back in the Assassins Creed story, Origins shows that Ubisoft taking a year off of the Assassins Creed…

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Ninja Gaiden Prepared Me For Nioh And The Souls-Like Genre

Xbox announced the first batch of original Xbox games late last month. As an owner and all around fan of the original Xbox, I would say that the list of games announced brought back some fond memories. Of all the games that are a part of this nostalgic selection, one stuck out to me the…

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South Park The Fractured But Whole Is A Solid RPG Despite It Having A Few Flaws

South Park the Fractured but Whole is probably the most interesting game I’ve played in 2017. Not the best game, not the game of the year, just interesting. The gameplay is amazing however and while the story had its moments, I never knew how to feel about the game as a whole. Ultimately, South Park the…

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Nintendo’s Latest Mobile Direct Showcases Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

In the latest Mobile Direct from Nintendo, we were given a 15-minute preview of an upcoming mobile game titled Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. It has all the features that come with a traditional AC title but this time, you’ll be taking residence on a campsite and assuming the role of campgrounds manager. Much like previous Animal…

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5 Best Games Released On October 27

This Friday, Super Mario Odyssey, Assassin’s Creed Origins, and Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus will be hitting online and retail stores across the country resulting in one of the biggest release days for video games this year. With all this fuss over the 27th flitting about, I began to wonder whether or not this day…

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The First Batch Of Backward Compatible Original Xbox Games Announced

The first batch of backward compatible original Xbox games has been announced and are slated to go live tomorrow. Many have been waiting for more details regarding this status of backward compatibility since the announcement was made at E3 2017. Xbox will be releasing the games in batches much like they’re doing with Xbox 360…

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Atlus Officially Announces Shin Megami Tensei V For The Nintendo Switch

During a livestream earlier today, Atlus revealed Shin Megami Tensei V would be releasing on the Nintendo Switch. Although Atlus previously mentioned that there would be a Shin Megami Tensei game coming out on Nintendo’s hybrid console, many assumed it would be in the form of another spin-off title, especially since the working title for the game…

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Is This The End Of Linear Story-Based Video Games?

In the wake of EA shutting down Visceral Games —the studio working on an Uncharted-like Star Wars game— I began to wonder,”Is this the end of linear story-based video games?” 2017 has been a great year for video games overall, especially for titles that have put a strong emphasis on an open-world nature. With Horizon Zero Dawn…

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