Danganronpa V3: review

Danganronpa V3: review

Oct 8, 2017

Format: PS4 (version reviewed), Vita, PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: NIS America (console), Spike Chunsoft (PC) Developer: Spike Chunsoft Players: 1 Site: http://danganronpa.us/v3/ Game code provided by the distributor There are, generally speaking, two types of people in this world; those who love the Danganronpa games, and those who haven’t...

RPG Maker FES: review

RPG Maker FES: review

Jul 14, 2017

Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: NIS America Developer: Kadokawa Games Players: 1 Site: http://nisamerica.com/games/rpg-maker-fes/ Game provided by the distributor PC gamers have had a wide selection of make-your-own-game programs (of varying quality) for many, many years; not to mention all those modding tools. The LittleBigPlanet series was a...

Danganronpa 1.2 Reload: review

Danganronpa 1.2 Reload: review

Mar 17, 2017

Format: PS4 Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: NIS America/Reef Entertainment Developer: Spike Chunsoft Players: 1 Site: http://nisamerica.com/games/danganronpa2/ Game disc provided by the distributor Originally exclusive to Sony handhelds, the first two Danganronpa games have been thrown together for a single PS4 release to prepare people for Danganronpa 3....

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters: Daybreak Special Gigs – review

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters: Daybreak Special Gigs – review

Oct 25, 2016

Format: PS4 Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: NIS America/Reef Entertainment Developer: Arc System Works/Toybox Inc Players: 1 Site: http://nisamerica.com/games/tokyo-twilight-ghost-hunters-daybreak Game code provided by the publisher Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters: Daybreak Special Gigs is, in several ways, an odd game. The name, yes; but also the way that...

Psycho Pass: Mandatory Happiness – review

Psycho Pass: Mandatory Happiness – review

Sep 22, 2016

Format: Vita (version reviewed), PS4 Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: NIS America/Reef Entertainment Developer: 5pb Players: 1 Site: http://nisamerica.com/games/psycho-pass/ Game code provided by the publisher Psycho Pass’s dystopian Japan has always been ripe for an interactive adventure. Crammed full of surveillance cameras and drones, your job here is...