Back in a 2013 Nintendo Direct, a fire was lit when the publisher announced that the popular RPG series Shin Megami Tensei and Fire Emblem would be having a crossover title.
Originally released last year and a half ago on Nintendo’s handheld, developers WayForward have brought the latest Shantae adventure to the PS4 with Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse.
It’s been a while since we’ve last seen Fatal Frame. While Japan did get a fourth entry in the series back in 2008 with Mask of the Lunar Eclipse, the last entry seen in North America was Fatal Frame III: The Tormented, which released back in 2005.
Activision and Vicarious Visions’ Skylanders are back once again this year, but this time around they’re bringing new tools to their arsenal to combat the never-ending threat that is Kaos.
With remastered titles being all the rage right now, and every publisher seemingly tossing out what they think is their best games with improved visuals and other tweaks onto current-gen consoles in hope of squeezing out more cash out of their investment, most titles have fans scratching their heads wondering why they were even re-released in the first place.
In the face of all the new games with intricate and over the top mechanics, sometimes you need an old school puzzle platformer that harkens back to the simplicity of the good old days.
With the Wii U Gamepad serving as a superb and versatile second screen a la 3DS, the world of Kirby: Canvas Curse was an obvious choice for Kirby’s first outing on Nintendo’s newest system (excluding his appearance in Super Smash Bros.
After a heated political battle, the newly elected Vice President of the World, or VP as some call him, decides to go back home for vacations, yet is cut short as weird things are happening in his home town.
I knew Captain Toad was pure gold when I often found myself racing towards his missions first as I unlocked them in Super Mario 3D World, ignoring the stages with Mario and Co.
She is a genie…no wait! She is a half-genie. Wrong again. She is a former half-genie.