I was so excited for Ragnarok Odyssey. The game bills itself as having the depth and breadth of Ragnarok Online, while being more accessible as a single-player experience.
The rain patters onto the windowpane next to your bed. The room darkens as the evening stretches on, and you lie in your bed thinking of the odd events of the day.
Developer Gung Ho clearly loves fairy tales. Their latest gem Dokuro is full of delightful papery textures, evildoers to vanquish, and even a damsel to rescue.
Looking for a cute little pastime to brighten up your day? Then this new little puzzler from The Game Atelier may be just the trick to chase away those gloomy clouds.
Retro City Rampage is…a game that makes itself hard to define, and even harder to explain.
The Dreamcast is one of those game consoles that curiously failed while having one of the most unique and interesting libraries of video games.
I think it would be quite the challenge to find someone who doesn’t enjoy a good pinball game.
The PlayStation network seems to be the go-to place for music or rhythm-based games lately, like Retro/Grade, Dyad and Sound Shapes.