“All they do is kill shit and eat spaghetti” - perhaps the most fitting description of Final Fantasy XV, as described by YouTube funnyman videogamedunkey. The usually negative dunkey was charmed by Square Enix’s latest, mostly because of Gilgamesh.
Multiplayer arena game Paragon has been in a weird place since it debuted last year. Harnessing the full power of the Unreal Engine, it looked like an action game, but played like a slow and plodding MOBA. Today’s Monolith update speeds things up a great deal.
Despite being set in one of the darkest periods of human history, Battlefield 1 is a beautiful video game, matching the grim browns of trench warfare with some of the most striking weather and landscapes we’ve ever seen.
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For years, Pokémon fans have begged developers Game Freak to let monsters follow the player around in the overworld, as Heart Gold and Soul Silver once did. Well, it looks like that feature is actually contained within the files of Pokémon Sun and Moon.
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Visiting Japan can be expensive, so here’s one way to cut costs.
Not everything turns out like you hope it does. Not life, not manga, and certainly not anime.
A trailer marking twenty years of SoulCalibur just hit Namco Bandai’s Japanese YouTube channel. Wonder if that means a new title is around the corner. Who knows? Namco Bandai does, that’s who.
Next year, a live-action Gintama movie based on the popular manga and anime is slated to hit Japanese movie theaters. Here’s a first look at the movie’s leads.
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BoxBoy, the hero Nintendo’s 2016 needed and star of our “best games of the year” list, will return on the 3DS in February (at least in Japan) with a third game in the series, called Goodbye! BoxBoy! And, more importantly, with BoxBoy Amiibo.
Overwatch’s new 3v3 elimination mode is much more tense than your average match. If you wanna make it downright frightening, though, try playing hide-and-seek.
Defender of the Crown, first released in 1986 on the Amiga, was at the time one of the best-looking video games ever released. Or, at least it was on the Amiga. Some of the game’s ports to other systems weren’t quite so hot, yet in today’s world of YouTube nitpicking they remain useful as examples of how wildly…