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Last year’s Yomawari: Night Alone is easily one of my favorite games from 2016. It does a lot as a horror piece to scare the player with a good ratio of subtle, fear-building, moments and opportunistic jump scares.
Mario has been jumping around in 3D for 20 years now. Let's take a look at how all of that has built up to Super Mario Odyssey.
Rule of Rose pushed a lot of weird boundaries for its time; both in story and visual content.
A while ago I wrote a list of 5 of my favorite fighting games. It’s a genre that’s near and dear to me, and a major part of the reason I started importing in the first place. It’s a topic I like to revisit because of the vast amount of weird fighters out there. We’ll be looking at 4 games this time instead of 5 though.
'Culdcept' fuses board games with card games in an odd meld of turn-based tactics and deck-building strategy.
The game has a lot of the same quirks as earlier titles including it’s over the top cast, comic book art style, and twist-loving plot. However, it also comes with a lot of the same problems, and for every good thing there’s something less enjoyable to go with it.
Gundam Versus is the latest installment in one of Japan’s most popular arcade titles, and it’s the first console version to be released overseas in almost 15 years.
WIth less than a month till release, let's take a look at the Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth demo currently available on the 3DS E-Shop.
It’s been well over a decade since the Great Gundam Collapse of the early 2000s. In that time the series has continued to flourish in Japan, but has only recently started to gain traction in North America again.
Fire Emblem Heroes is celebrating its sixth month anniversary this week. Let's look at just how far it's come since launch.