Pyscho-Pass is a popularly and critically acclaimed cyberpunk anime with two seasons and a film under its belt. The midquel visual novel Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness certainly lives up to all that has come before.
Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness is my first Star Ocean game. And if this one is par for the course, I’m not too interested in playing another.
Do you miss playing Squaresoft RPGs on your SNES? Then have I got the game for you: I Am Setsuna.
Steins;Gate is an amazingly well-written time travel adventure. It is also one of the best visual novels ever made. New adventure Steins;Gate 0 lives up to the original in nearly every possible way.
If there’s one thing you do a lot of in the new Attack on Titan game, it’s slaughter titans.
You know what’s popular in Japan? Minecraft. You know what else is popular? Dragon Quest. Dragon Quest Builders is what happens when you mix the two.
True to its title Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem is a mix of the two games, but if you expected a dark and depressing tactics title, you’re more than a bit off the mark.
Three things you need to know going in about Detective Pikachu: 1) It’s not hard. 2) It’s not long. 3) Detective Pikachu himself makes the whole thing worth playing.
If I were to sum up in two sentences my experience with delusion-filled murder mystery visual novel Chaos;Child, it’d be these: 1) If I’d known how incredibly long Chaos;Child was, I’d never have played it and 2) I’m so happy that I played Chaos;Child.
Nitroplus is a studio popular for its visual novels—and the anime and manga it has collaborated on. Nitro+ Blasterz is what happens when you take the heroines from these works and make them duke it out in a crossover fighting game.
Omega Labyrinth is a game about two things: breasts and dungeon crawling.
The Neptunia game series has a simple premise: What if video game consoles were actually magical goddesses in a world filled with video game-inspired characters and in-jokes. Uberdimension Blanc + Neptune Faction Vs. The Zombie Army is more of the same but in a high school—and with zombies.
From the moment I saw the first trailer, I knew I wanted to try Yomawari out. It looked both adorable and horrifying, but I had no idea just how powerful the experience would be.
Digimon. Digital Monsters. Digimon are the champions.
Japanese high school kids fighting evil in secret. I’ve never heard of that premise before. No, wait. I have.
Sega has long held a stranglehold on the Vocaloid music game market with their Project Diva series. Now, to challenge Hatsune Miku’s dominance comes IA and her game IA/VT -Colorful-.
Ever wanted to know what Ace Attorney would be like if it took place in 1901? Well, if you speak Japanese you can—and it’s awesome.
I’ll admit, when I first heard the concept of a game where you fight a boss with a trillion hit points, I expected a fun tactical game with cutesy anime girls. What I didn’t expect was an emotional fist to the gut.
When picking up Fire Emblem Fates, I had two choices: the stereotypical “good guy” story in Birthright, or the far darker “good people forced to do bad things” story in Conquest. Even as I slaughtered the would-be Birthright heroes, I was glad with the choice I made.