The Wait Goes On…& On.

It feels like, here in the West at least, that we’ve been waiting forever for the fifth instalment of the Persona 5 series & that sense will now only worsen as the game is set to miss it’s February release and ship instead some time in April 2017. To further add to frustrations Atlus haveContinue reading “The Wait Goes On…& On.”

Persona 5.

While Persona 5 still remains frustratingly far from it’s February 14th release, Atlus have thrown us a bone in the form of some brand new trailers centred around Anne Takamaki, Makoto Niijima, Yusuke Kitagawa and the game’s Protagonist. And while sadly the trailers themselves are a little on the short side, Persona 5 certainly looksContinue reading “Persona 5.”

Berserk Musou.

Omega Force’s take on Kentaro Miura’s classic manga Berserk is shaping up nicely if the newest trailer of the game is anything to go by. The tale of Guts, Griffith and Casca’s rise and fall is certainly a harrowing one so Omega Force will have their work cut out for them but the chance toContinue reading “Berserk Musou.”

Ninja Turtles Mutants in Manhattan.

When news broke that Platinum Games would be turning their hand to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles universe fans of both the studio and franchise alike began to imagine what such a pairing would produce. Fans need not imagine any longer though as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan is but a little overContinue reading “Ninja Turtles Mutants in Manhattan.”

Persona 5.

The wait is slowly approaching its end, Atlus have confirmed that the fifth instalment of the popular Persona series will see it’s long overdue release this September 15th in Japan on both the Playstation 3 and 4. Unfortunately the Setagaya based company are remaining tight lipped on when the next Persona will make its wayContinue reading “Persona 5.”

River City Super Sports Challenge.

When Arc System Works acquired the rights to River City Ransom back in June, the Guilty Gear creators promised fans wouldn’t have to wait too long before the deal bear fruit and it looks like they’ve kept their word as River City Super Sports Challenge is heading to the PS3’s Store this very week. AContinue reading “River City Super Sports Challenge.”

Late Knight.

Yacht Club Games has announced that the long awaited physical release of Shovel Knight has been delayed by weeks, and now won’t reach store shelves until the 30th October in Europe and the 3rd November in North America. Yacht Club Games have also revealed the physical release of Shovel Knight on the XBox One hasContinue reading “Late Knight.”

Mighty February.

After a disappointing delay and some less than positive press, Keiji Inafune’s Mighty No. 9 has finally received some good news this week by way of a new February release for both North America and Europe (February 9th and February 12th respectively). On a bit of a sour note, 3DS and PS Vita versions ofContinue reading “Mighty February.”

Duty Bound.

While a fair few gamers have already taken the next gen leap, not all are ready to turn in their 360s and PS3s, that said should these hangers on be Call of Duty fans now might be time to think about a new console as Activision have revealed the latest in the long running FPSContinue reading “Duty Bound.”

Persona 5.

Persona fans everywhere will have been saddened to learn this week that the long awaited fifth instalment of the series is to miss it’s 2015 release. Worse yet publisher Atlus wouldn’t be drawn on when we’ll actually see Persona 5 bar, saying the game would reach Japan by Summer 2016. Still there was some goodContinue reading “Persona 5.”