Hello to the Lost Summer Fold! Another Anime NYC weekend is behind us and it feels so good to say these words again. As we’ve done in the past, a roundup and review on Anime NYC 2021 are currently in development.…Read more
Psychological horrors, charming artwork, and puzzle-solving, now in the palm of your hand!
Clea, by InvertMouse, was released last year on Steam; A survival horror that boasts “Jump scare-free skill-based gameplay.” Looking at user reviews for the game, I was intrigued by how overwhelmingly positive the reception was.…Read more
A dungeon-crawling survival horror and a visual novel filled with zombie waifus? More likely than you think!
This review was made possible via an early review copy from the good folks at Sekai Games. As per devs wishes, there are no major spoilers and I opted to talk about the game via my first impressions.…Read more
“Let’s ride, ride, how we ride.”
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 was announced during an interesting time in gaming. Skateboarding games have achieved a bit of an unexpected renaissance. The Skate series achieved a resurgence over the years thanks to a thriving underground community, propelled to the forefront by various skateboarding YouTubers.…Read more
The original game was developed for YuriJam 2015, a two-month game jam that featured visual novels and dating sim based around, as the name would imply, Yuri or “girl love.”…Read more
“Blue Blur or Blue Devil, this speedy flick is very ‘Omoshiroi~!’ indeed!”
The Sonic The Hedgehog movie had quite the hype and history leading up to its eventual release. It was around this time last year that the general audience saw first hand what Sonic would look like on the big screen.…Read more
Is it a Last Surprise or is it “too fast for eyes?”
UPDATE: An official trailer was leaked a few hours ago revealing the long-awaited release date for the western audience. Dubbed Persona 5 Strikers, it seems it will not only release on the Nintendo Switch and Sony PlayStation 4, but also on Steam as well.…Read more