Granblue versus the west: Granblue Fantasy is an oddity. A Japanese mobile game never released worldwide, it seems crazy that this little gacha game from Japan has become something of a media empire. Since its release back in 2014 the game has grossed a crazy ¥54.8 billion ($496 million) as of […]

Mortal Shell: A Dark and Punishing Action RPG A dark and decrepit third person action RPG is on the horizon for late 2020. Newly formed developer Cold Symmetry has just announced their new title Mortal Shell. The release trailer looks absolutely stunning, take a look for yourselves below. How Does […]

Starting today, a free prologue chapter for ESO’s new expansion Greymoor is available for all players with the base game. Greymoor’s prologue will likely be available until the full expansion is released. This will also coincide with Elder Scrolls Online’s free play weekend that will start on April 1st. Greymoor […]

NieR Replicant is getting a remake. Announced on the series tenth anniversary, NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… is described as an upgraded version of the original game. NieR Replicant will release on PS4, Xbox One, and Steam. Currently, there’s no release date. But, given that the announcement was to coincide with the game’s […]

Ori and the Will of the Wisps is the sequel to 2015’s Ori and the Blind Forest, developed by Moon Studios. The vivid, emotional platformer emphasized brilliance and subtlety and has merit in being one of the few dedicated platformers I thoroughly enjoyed. Now, here we are 5 years later, […]

Stela Is An Indie Girl: The artsy minimalist platformer has become to indie gaming what the FPS is to triple A. Ever since Limbo brought its gloomy sensibilities to digital marketplaces, the indie scene has been littered with these quiet, minimal experiences. From the dark kafkaesque world of Inside to […]

The Lines aren’t the only thing that’s broken: There are a few phrases I’ve found myself repeating throughout the eighth generation. “So they’re remaking that game now?” or “So they’re rebooting that franchise now?” or the slightly less used but similarly relevant: “When will we get another good World War […]

Trials of Mana: Where it All Began What do most folks remember about the summer of 1995? Honestly, quite a few of you reading this probably weren’t born yet. As for me, I was salivating at the upcoming release of the Sony PlayStation with my now well entrenched love for […]

A ton of indie games get released each and every year in the gaming industry. Some are complete gems, whilst others… Not so much. When I first saw Swordbreaker, back to the castle, I was quite impressed by how it looked by some of the gameplay videos I watched. So […]