Ni No Kuni Review
Nov02

Ni No Kuni Review

Recent outcry in the gaming world would have us believe that the JRPG genre is dead; that it’s inability to innovate and stray from established formula has led to the loss of a western fanbase. But is originality really what’s missing from the formula? With the success of Ni no Kuni, Level 5 and Studio Ghibli’s collaborative project, we may have to think again. Ni no Kuni’s beauty lies in it’s polish. It...

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Skylanders Swap Force Toy Guide: What to Buy?
Nov01

Skylanders Swap Force Toy Guide: What to Buy?

Now that Skylanders has reached its third iteration it can be difficult to find out what toys work with which game. To help you understand what works with what game, here is a helpful guide detailing all of the types of toy and their compatibility.   Skylanders Standard Information:   ALL Skylanders work on all consoles regardless of what platform it was originally purchased for and is NOT locked to a specific console. ALL...

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Sony Teases Possible Pocketstation Revival
Nov01

Sony Teases Possible Pocketstation Revival

Sony has released a new teaser trailer which details the possibility of a new Pocketstation related product. The trailer depicts two people chasing down Toro who appears to lead them to a sign labelled ‘2013. 11. 5, Pocketstation’. At present we’re unsure quite what this indicates, the Pocketstation was a PS1 memory card peripheral produced in 1999, and very similar to the Sega VMU which was available on the...

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Playstation All Stars Battle Royale Review
Nov01

Playstation All Stars Battle Royale Review

Playstation All Stars sees Sony maiden voyage into the crossover brawler sub-genre that has previously seen very little competition. Occupied almost exclusively by Nintendo’s Super Smash Brothers, Sony hope to make a smash of their own, with heroes featuring from their own intellectual property. From the get go it’s very clear where Playstation All Stars’ inspiration lies. The two dimensional  4 player stages bare an...

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DmC Review
Nov01

DmC Review

It’s becoming common for Japanese publishers to outsource work on their somewhat stagnant intellectual property to Western Studios. DMC: Devil May Cry is Capcom and Ninja Theory’s latest effort in rebooting a beloved series. It’s difficult not to feel sorry for Ninja Theory, the original Devil May Cry was one of the most well received titles available on the Playstaton 2, and absolutely groundbreaking for its time, so they’re left...

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