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  • Blog Post: The Top 10 Games On PlayStation Vita

    Handheld consoles are often home to a variety of niche games and genres, and the PlayStation Vita keeps that streak going. The system is a great buy for people who can't get enough JRPGs and adventure games, but that's not all it has to offer. We've compiled some of the top games for the... More
  • Blog Post: E3 2015's Confirmed No Shows

    E3 is always full of surprise appearance and announcements, but ahead of the show there are always a few titles we know won’t be showing up. These are games we would love to learn more about, but its creators have openly acknowledged they will not be appearing, in the interest of tempering our... More
  • Blog Post: Danganronpa Spoiler Talk: Creator Sheds Light On Bringing Back Characters And How Monokuma Works

    Recently, we interviewed Danganronpa's creator, Kazutaka Kodaka. Kodaka covered a lot of ground from how it feels to kill off his characters to what the future holds. However, he also answered a few questions that contain spoilers. We wanted to share his responses, but only those who have finished... More
  • Blog Post: Danganronpa’s Mastermind Discusses Killing Off Characters And The Next Entry

    Last year, NIS America and Spike Chunsoft debuted a new niche series for the PlayStation Vita in North America that centered on murder and challenged just how far people would go to save themselves over others. The delightfully demented Danganronpa meshed visual novel storytelling with intense courtroom... More
  • Blog Post: 15 Handheld Games To Look Forward To In 2015

    2015 has started off strong for handheld games. This week Code Name S.T.E.A.M. and Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters hit the 3DS and Vita respectively, and earlier in February the New 3DS launched alongside Majora’s Mask 3D and Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate. What’s really exciting is that the year... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – J-Stars Victory VS+

    What happens when some of the biggest characters in anime come together and battle it out? The result is J-Stars Victory VS, a unique fighter that released in Japan in 2014. Now, Bandai Namco Games is bringing the Spike Chunsoft title over to North America, and we decided to give it a spin. Join Brian... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Myst Meet Infinity Blade In DrinkBox's Severed

    With incredibly impressive games under their belt like Tales From Space: About A Blob and Guacamelee , DrinkBox Studios is a name that should grab your attention. At the PlayStation Experience convention this weekend in Las Vegas, the team showed off an extended demo for their new game Severed . Launching... More
  • Blog Post: Top 50 Challenge 2014 – Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc

    There are some genres that are simply perfect for handheld gaming. I’ll always choose a console or PC for first-person shooters, fighters, and anything else that requires precision. Interactive visual novels, though, are simply perfect for the smaller screens. Learn more about the Game Informer... More
  • Blog Post: Fight For The Top 50 2014 – Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc

    Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is straight-up demented, but that’s what makes it so damn intriguing. This visual novel adventure game keeps the tension rolling as you and a group of students are trapped in a school by a sadistic bear named Monokuma. Your only way out? Murder. If you kill another... More
  • Blog Post: The 10 Best Strategy/RPGs You Can Purchase Now

    The strategy/RPG has always been a niche genre, which is ironic since it's a hybrid of two popular genres in Japan. Great series like Fire Emblem, Final Fantasy Tactics, and Shining Force have no doubt put it on gamers' radar, but the genre is like a diamond in the rough with only a few releases... More
  • Blog Post: A Day With PlayStation TV

    Today sees the release of Sony’s PlayStation TV. The tiny system (about the size of a wallet) allows access to a broad variety of PlayStation content, but as of launch, it certainly isn’t the entertainment all-in-one package some might hope it could one day become. Limited access to older... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Citizens Of Earth

    Citizens of Earth, the EarthBound-inspired RPG where players play as the vice president of United States, doesn't release until next month, but Atlus joined us to show off an early extended look at the game. In the video below, we're joined by Atlus' John Hardin as he walks us through an... More
  • Blog Post: Why Isn't Media Molecule Just Making Tearaway 2?

    If you haven’t played Tearaway on the Vita , it’s a clever little platformer, and it looks like the new PS4 version – Tearaway Unfolded – will be well worth your time. If you have played the Vita version, Media Molecule has revamped the game to such an extreme degree that in many... More
  • Blog Post: Kim’s Niche Picks From E3

    I’ve always been a fan of weird and niche Japanese games, and I love alerting people to interesting titles that they may overlook. Therefore, I scoured the E3 show floor for the hidden gems amongst all the chaos. These are ones you should keep an eye on. Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair (PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: Game Informer's Best Of E3 2014 Awards

    E3 2014 might have lacked the exciting hardware debuts and surprise game reveals of the past few years, but there was no shortage of amazing games playable on the show floor. Titles like Batman: Arkham Knight and Assassin’s Creed Unity finally demonstrated what the new-gen systems are capable of... More
  • Blog Post: Previously On E3: What Happened (And Didn’t) At Last Year’s Show

    Just like an episode of Game of Thrones , E3 is packed with drama. From shocking revelations to high-stakes blunders, the convention can make or break games, systems, and companies. What happened last year? Read on for a brief refresher. Sony In case you forgot, Sony had a pretty good press conference... More
  • Blog Post: 10 Games That Are Better On Handheld

    The original version of a great game is always special, but it doesn’t always provide the best or most complete experience. Remakes, ports, and special editions can add features and make tweaks, creating definitive versions that surpass the initial release. While that isn’t a rare event,... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion – E3 Is A Crossroads For PlayStation Vita

    Every three months, we get a brain dump of financial data from most publishers. We see what’s done well, and what might have underperformed. What isn’t said is often just as telling as what publishers put in the spotlight. Sony released its troubling year-end financials today, and as you... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster

    Next Tuesday marks the release of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster for PlayStation 3 and Vita. We thought we'd give you a glimpse into the experience in our latest test chamber. Today, our review went live, but we wanted you to see the visual upgrades for yourself. As such, Andrew Reiner and Joe Juba... More
  • Blog Post: Reflecting On Persona’s Growth And New Ventures

    This week, Atlus USA confirmed four new Persona games are coming to our shores. From another fighting game to a dance-party rhythm title, these spin-offs are showing just how much the franchise has grown throughout the years. While Persona will always be entrenched in its RPG roots, it’s interesting... More
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