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Splatoon Review

Splatoon Review

Nintendo’s multiplayer shooter is wonderfully weird.

Batman: Arkham Knight Review

Author: Film on 31-07-2015, 11:32

Batman: Arkham Knight Review

The Batmobile leads the new improvements to the Arkham franchise. Does the latest threat to Gotham City give us a night to remember or is it time for the series to retire?

Heroes of the Storm Review

Heroes of the Storm Review

Blizzard re-evaluates what a MOBA should be.

Tembo the Badass Elephant Review

Author: Film on 31-07-2015, 11:32

Tembo the Badass Elephant Review

Trample the forces of evil and fill up on chunky peanut butter in this surprising new action title from Game Freak and Sega.

Feist Review

Author: Film on 31-07-2015, 11:31

Feist Review

Turn from the hunted into the hunter as you attempt to survive a forest of deadly traps.

Game Get A Job Crystal Hunting With Three Friends - Review

Author: Film on 31-07-2015, 10:21

Game Get A Job Crystal Hunting With Three Friends  - Review

After some trademark hints last year, Square Enix confirmed today its action role-playing game Final Fantasy Explorers is coming stateside. Square also released a new trailer and gameplay details.

Combat looks fast-paced and focused on co-op, with up to four players joining together wirelessly. In true Final Fantasy form, Explorers takes place in a world where crystals are a scarce and valuable resource. Players become the eponymous Explorers and fight off monsters in search of shards from the legendary Grand Crystal.

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The popular job system is making a comeback, featuring over 20 choices ranging from monk and ninja to ranger and white mage. Eidolons such as Ifrit and Shiva can be fought and later summoned. There is also a system for recruiting and leveling up monsters to fight by your side. Even some familiar faces are in the game thanks to the Trance mechanic. In battle, players use this feature to transform into characters like Cloud, Squall, and Lightning.

Final Fantasy Explorers will be out exclusively for the 3DS on January 26, 2016. For more, check out our wishlist for the Final Fantasy VII remake.

Game Get A Job Crystal Hunting With Three Friends  - Review

Game Renewed And Improved - Review

Author: Film on 31-07-2015, 10:20

Game Renewed And Improved  - Review

Ratchet and Clank have been romping through the galaxy for three console generations. In that time, the duo has had its share of highs and lows, but next year’s theatrical release could send Insomniac’s gun-toting heroes into a new stratosphere of fame. In conjunction with this hopeful feature film, Insomniac is reimagining the original Ratchet & Clank game for the newest generation of hardware. Thankfully, this game is more than just a quick HD port – it has enough new content to virtually make this a new experience from the heroes’ first outing back in 2002.

During our E3 demo, we boarded a hovertrain in Metropolis and used our grapple line to swing across the gaps as flying cars whizzed by in the background. The most exciting element of any Ratchet & Clank game has always been the inventive weapons, and this entry is full of old favorites like the Groovatron – which forces enemies to break into disco – as well as several new ways to disintegrate foes. A shotgun called the Pixelizer atomizes enemies, turning them into a shower of low-res cubes. Insomniac also teased a new weapon-upgrade system inspired by role-playing games.

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One of the most surprising aspects of this new Ratchet & Clank title is how good it looks – I wouldn’t be surprised if the in-game cutscenes were indistinguishable from the upcoming film.

Ratchet & Clank is a retelling of the galactic duo’s origin story from Captain Quark’s perspective, but considering its wealth of new content, even those familiar with the original origin may want to make a return trip to the Solana galaxy.

Game Renewed And Improved  - Review

Game Komaru Naegi And Toko Fukawa Load Their Guns - Review

Author: Film on 31-07-2015, 10:20

Game Komaru Naegi And Toko Fukawa Load Their Guns  - Review

As we noted in previous coverage, Danganronpa: Ultra Despair Girls exchanges the visual novel gameplay of its predecessors for third person shooting mechanics. Today NIS America revealed specifics regarding how guns work in its upcoming title.

After taking the role of one of two heroines - Komaru Naegi or Toko Fukawa - players must escape Towa City. To aid in this endeavor, the two main characters possess a variety of Truth Bullets with different effects. In some cases, these effects focus on damage; Burn bullets, for example, cause targets to light on fire. Not every bullet inflicts pain, a fact best demonstrated by the bizarre Dance bullet. The eight types of Truth Bullets are Break, Burn, Dance, Detect, Knockback, Link, Move, and Paralyze. For more details on their effects, check out the screens below.

Ultra Despair Girls tells the story between the events of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and Danganronpa: Goodbye Despair. The story begins with Komaru Naegi, the little sister of the first game's protagonist, escaping from a mysterious apartment. When hundreds of children calling themselves Monokumas rush to the scene, Naegi learns her city has been taken over by an evil group hoping to murder all of Towa City's adults. With the help of Toko Fukawa, she attempts to navigate the city and escape once and for all.

Ultra Despair Girls releases on September 1 for Vita. For more Danganronpa, read our reviews of Trigger Happy Havoc and Goodbye Despair.

Game Komaru Naegi And Toko Fukawa Load Their Guns  - Review

Game Bungie Explores The Dreadnaught In Latest Weekly Update - Review

Author: Film on 31-07-2015, 10:14

Game Bungie Explores The Dreadnaught In Latest Weekly Update  - Review

The latest weekly update from Bungie offers some tantalizing glimpses of the Dreadnaught, the new playable area premiering in Destiny: The Taken King, set for release on September 15. The new art reveals both concept and in-game visuals of the strange ship fortress of Oryx.

In addition to some art reveals, Bungie is highlighting how gameplay is going to be different in the Dreadnaught. Patrols are going to be much more difficult, and public events are much larger and more involved than before. Players can trigger these events, but the exact methods behind that process remain mysterious. The update also suggests that the Dreadnaught will be home to a “lot of breadcrumb trails” that lead to interesting secrets and loot. 

Finally, we get a glimpse of a new enemy that makes its home in one of the upcoming strikes set aboard the Dreadnaught. The Darkblade is just one of the new enemies players are set to face, and the update includes a look at both the character and his giant axe.

Before closing out its update, Bungie promises that some big news is on the way next week, so it may be a big week for Destiny news if you’re a fan of the shooter. In the meantime, check out the details on the recently revealed weapon foundries, and how those are set to change the game. You can also read the full weekly update from Bungie.

Game Bungie Explores The Dreadnaught In Latest Weekly Update  - Review

Game Brush Up On Your Satonaka-Style Dancing - Review

Game Brush Up On Your Satonaka-Style Dancing  - Review

It's Chie Satonaka's birthday, and she'll dance if she wants to. Atlus celebrated the character's in-game birthday today by releasing an English-language version of her earlier released video.

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Fans will recognize Chie's lime green jacket as well as her own nod to Bruce Lee's yellow and black tracksuit from Game of Death. As an extra birthday present, Atlus also released a lyric video for Lotus Juice's remix of "Backside Of The TV."

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Persona 4: Dancing All Night will release for the Vita on September 29. For more, read about the game's titular Personas or angry dancer Kanji Tatsumi.

Game Brush Up On Your Satonaka-Style Dancing  - Review

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