Tokyo Game Show 2012: Day Four Recap (Tales of Xillia!)
Tokyo Game Show 2012 is starting to come to a close, and on the fourth day of events, we didn't get as much new information or new game announcements, but there was still a lot to be excited for, especially for RPG fans. In this article, I will offer the latest about Dragon Ball Z for Kinect, go over the new information about Tales of Xillia, and cover a brand new PlayStation Vita augmented reality game that has been called the "sleeper hit" of TGS 2012.
You'll get to decide that one for yourself. In the meantime, don't hesitate to check [...More
Tales from the Dragon Mountain: The Strix (iOS) [ Review ]
There are certain genres that tend to not do so well in some platforms, while they do very well in others. Casual games are a very good example of this. While PC gamers wouldn't really bother as much unless they're really bored, mobile gamers get to have fun with them on the road. Perhaps this is the same as well with this game released by Cateia Games and G5 Entertainment.
Tales from the Dragon Mountain: The Strix had been released for the PC and Mac for quite a while now, then Cateia Games and G5 Entertainment then decided to release it [...More
Tales of the Abyss [ Screenshots ]
Tales of the Abyss is published by Namco Bandai. This game was first available for PlayStation 2 in 2006 and now is being released for Nintendo 3DS later this year.
The classic RPG features characters that come to life like never before and tells the tale of Luke fon Fabre. An aristocrat and sole heir to the family fortunes, he must make his way in the world for the first time. Many life lessons still need to be learned and more than a little adventure will be had.
The game will utilize the full 3D features of the 3DS and game play [...More
Tales of Graces F [ Screenshots ]
Tales of Graces F is a game developed by Namco Tales Studio and published by Namco Bandai. Tales of Graces is the 12th game from the mothership title.
This game focuses on the story of Asbel Lhant on the planet of Efinea. The game was previously released for Wii and PlayStation 3 in 2009 and 2010 in Japan. Now players from North America and Europe will get to experience this game next year, 2012 for PlayStation 3.
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Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor
Company of Heroes has established itself as the top video game franchise when it comes to real-time World War strategy. Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor is the latest standalone expansion which aims to improve the overall experience of the game and add some brand new game modes, too.
Unfortunately though, Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor will ultimately dissapoint most fans of the original game and the previous expansion, Opposing Fronts, as the extra stuff this expansion adds to your game is, we are afraid to say, not worth having.
Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor brings you three new campaigns, [...More
Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World Review
Tales of Symphonia on the GameCube was without a doubt one of my favorite games of all time. To a lot of people it wasn't really that special, maybe it was because it was my first RPG that I enjoyed it so much. Nevertheless, it was a good game that was a savior to the RPG starved library of the GameCube. Then Namco announced a sequel and we (I) squealed and couldn't wait to play it. Was it worth the wait? Well... not as much as you'd hope.
First off, let me begin by saying DO NOT buy this until you [...More
2020: My Country Walkthrough [Guide]
2020: My Country puts players in the role of mayor on a futuristic island, and they are tasked to manage the various resources available so that they can expand and give the ever growing population a great place to live, work, and play in. There will be various businesses, establishments, and other sites to build, with each having certain requirements that will reward players with cash and other items that they can then use to make further improvements. Can you run your country and turn it into a bustling metropolis?
2020: My Country is a city simulation game with various resources [...More
Bombcats Walkthrough [Guide]
Bombcats is a fun and explosive game where players must save mini versions of themselves across several challenging puzzles. There are many cats – each with unique and explosive abilities – that can be used in order to get the job done, and the fun and excitement just multiplies with every stage that you play.
Bombcats revolves around rescuing kittens by navigating through the world by jumping through and around different obstacles. Doing well in these missions are important, as certain requirements must be met in order for further stages to unlock, and amassing gems are also very important so that [...More
Fast and Furious 6: The Game Walkthrough [Guide]
Rev up your engines and take it to the streets with Fast and Furious 6: The Game, the official video game tie-in for the movie that is soon to come out in theaters. Play through the storyline and pimp up your ride in order to dominate the streets with your high-speed car and amazing drifting skills. This article will have you racing left and right and proving your dominance on the track in no time flat.
Fast and Furious 6: The Game revolves around proper timing of moves based on visual cues displayed on the screen. Players must launch, shift up, [...More
Metro: Last Light [Review]
Metro 2033 was one of the big hits from 2010, which combined a dark atmosphere with some pretty substantial action. When THQ met its demise in early 2013, the fate of the sequel seemed to be in jeopardy. But with Deep Silver taking the reins of publishing rights, the game proceeded with final stages of development and has now been released to an eager fanbase. Metro Last Light held the promise of improvements from the original formula that made for the previous game's success.
This game is a first person shooter set in a post-apocalyptic Russia with bold visuals and a [...More