Wondering what MadWorld might look like if it was in color? And had multiplayer with multiple playable characters? Wonder no more...
Ten minutes is all the time you need to spend in Ar tonelico Qoga: Knell of Ar Ciel in order to understand what you're getting yourself into. The game starts like countless JPRGs before it, with the protagonist in bed of course. For good measure, it's sheer laziness that has put him - his name is Aoto by the way - to sleep. Yet adventure awaits. Nearby a young woman named Saki is stuck defending herself against some soldiers who are trying to capture her because she's among a group of valued mages known as Revyateils. And she's so special that she ends up turning these soldiers into slices of cake, a trick she can only perform by losing most of her clothes...
Armored Core V is the latest in the best-selling mech series. How does this latest sequel fare?
Does Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel prove to be a worthwhile buddy shooter? Find out in our review...
Assassin's Creed III marks the finale of the Ubisoft's blockbuster trilogy. Does Desmond's trip into the Animus deliver the goods? Read our review to find out...
became clear last year that Assassin’s Creed was going to be a yearly
franchise, fans reacted with equal parts excitement and unease. Assassin’s
Creed games are sprawling, open-world epics that follow a history-spanning,
conspiracy-laden plot about acrobatic killers; is it really possible to do all of
that justice on an annual schedule? Ubisoft seems to think so, and with no
fewer than six of its worldwide studios on the job, Assassin’s Creed
Revelations certainly looks poised to prove the doubters wrong.
though? Can it? Well, yes… and no. It
depends on what you’re hoping to get out of it...
If your ideal gaming setup is laying about the sofa in your undies while Friday night’s hangover sits uncomfortably on your forehead – you need Astro Tripper. Like many of the PSN shooters influenced by the two-dimensional blasts of yesteryear, Astro Tripper is a neat mix of old-school points-chasing and new-school visuals.
Asura’s Wrath is a
unique and exciting spectacle, though you’ll watch it more than you play. Find out why in our review...
The Atelier series has flourished with two games highlighting two of the three heroines of the games. With the final chapter of this series arc, Atelier Meruru brings the alchemic action to a close. But does it deliver a satisfying ending?
Totori, you're too cute for words. You've got a heart of gold and we can't help
but root for you. You capture the essentials that make a JRPG tick perfectly –
tons of exploration, quirky party banter intermingled with deep
characterization, and you pull us in with your addictive time management system
and heaps of quests. The problem is, you take your sweet time to get going,
holding our hand for...