Samurai Warriors: Spirit of Sanada – review

Samurai Warriors: Spirit of Sanada – review

Jun 21, 2017

Format: PS4 (version reviewed), PS3, Vita, PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Koei Tecmo Developer: Omega Force Players: 1 Site: http://www.koeitecmoamerica.com/spiritofsanada/ Game code provided by the publisher Samurai Warriors: Spirit of Sanada is a spin-off of the Samurai Warriors series, which in turn is a spin-off of the Dynasty Warriors franchise. The...

Tales of Berseria: review

Tales of Berseria: review

Feb 6, 2017

Format: PS4 (version reviewed), PC, PS3 (Japan only) Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Bandai Namco Developer: Bandai Namco Players: 1 Site: https://www.bandainamcoent.eu/product/tales-of-berseria/playstation-4 Game disc provided by PR The ‘Tales Of’ series continues to go strong, with Berseria being the first game in the series to finally let a...

The Last Guardian: catchup review

The Last Guardian: catchup review

Jan 26, 2017

Format: PS4 Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Sony Developer: Japan Studio Players: 1 Site: https://www.playstation.com/en-gb/games/the-last-guardian-ps4/ Game purchased by reviewer With such a long and tortured development, the question was never “Can The Last Guardian live up to expectations?”; but rather, “How much does The Last Guardian fail to...

New trailer confirms Persona 5 still looks awesome

New trailer confirms Persona 5 still looks awesome

Jan 17, 2017

“This time, it’s PERSONA-L” is the tagline for Persona 5. Or at least, it would be, if Atlus employed anybody nearly as childish and as tolerant of terrible and unfunny jokes as us. Are you excited about Persona 5? If not, you should be. Persona 3 was awesome. Persona 4 was totallyawesome. The Vita-exclusive Persona 4: The Golden was awesomely...

Imagining a better vidyagames industry for 2017

Imagining a better vidyagames industry for 2017

Jan 2, 2017

As we all hold hands and rejoice at the death of 2016, avoiding with all our might recognition of the fact that 2017 will be the year that hands an enormous arsenal of nuclear weapons to a far-right mentally unstable man-baby, let’s take some time to imagine a better world. A world where consumers make the games industry work for them, rather than the other...