The arrival of the Tokyo Game Show brings a veritable deluge of video game news, including a bevy of console release dates and the debut of a new Final Fantasy VII remake trailer and demo–and, in a much-demanded addition, the inclusion of a Classic mode!
When SiliconNooB is laid low by another bout of the Australian Flu (sobreity), Imitanis and Lusipurr are left to cover the news themselves, whilst also unveiling the spring 2019 site playthrough and an opportunity for 2018 donators to receive [bad] games.
Switch’s security has been blown wide open, Labo flops in Japan, and a Dragon Quest director has left Square Enix in the news of the week!
Nintendo apologises to crybullies, many new Persona spin-offs have been announced, Dragon Quest XI gets off to some very strong sales, and Dragon Quest I – III get a PS4 release in the news of the week!
Ethos tries to go back to his roots this week in an exploration of the original Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy games, but runs into unexpected format issues. If that is not an exciting pitch, then he has no idea what is.
Ethos is disillusioned with the Mass Effect series after returning to the third entry, but he also likes Dragon Quest more and more, so maybe he has a problem. What can be made of all this? Who cares?
Ni no Kuni is heralded by some as the best JRPG to grace foreign shore in some time. Does it live up to expectations, or does it fall short of the mark? Read on to discover if everything is fine in the other world.
This week, Blitzmage travels back into the year 2008 where he walks in mists and travels through space.
This week, Enrei reviews a game that is almost a Legend of Zelda game!
Dragon Quest is a polarizing series. Known for its old-school sensibilities and heavy focus on level-grinding, it appears that players either love or hate it. Ethos claims to feel both ways. Read on to see if he makes any sense of this claim.