After a string of quirky, well written Ace Attorney games, Capcom is throwing gamers a curveball with Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth. The game introduces new gameplay elements and third-person views, and most notably focuses on fan favorite Miles Edgeworth instead of series staple Phoenix Wright. We put the game’s producer, Motohide Eshiro in the hot seat and grilled him for evidence
WayForward's Adventure Time game is shaping up to be quite algebraic! Check out our first hands-on preview...
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Why the upcoming tie-ins might actually do Tim Burton's film justice
More than 25 years ago,
Ridley Scott’s Alien hugely inspired the original NES Metroid. The parasitic
monsters and claustrophobic alien world of the film translated perfectly into
Nintendo’s moody sci-fi adventure, and years later, in Super Metroid, the tonal
and atmospheric parallels between the two became even clearer. Today, the
inspiration has come full circle, as developer WayForward is using Metroid’s
explorative gameplay as the template for Aliens: Infestation...