Video Games

G-Con UK Gundam Fan Convention Postponed To September

by Grant Whiteon April 24, 2016
Originally planned for this April, Leeds based Gunpla importer Japan-Cool have updated the official website for the G-Con UK Gundam fan convention to reveal the event has currently been postponed to this September, citing issues with securing a venue and time needed to secure rights from Sunrise for screenings at the event. An ambitious attempt […]

PAX East: Death Takes A New Meaning In Let It Die

by Todd Blackon April 23, 2016
Suda 51 is known for their interesting takes on video games, and though they go by Grasshopper Manufacturer now, it’s still the style of game that sets them apart from everyone else. At Pax East, a new trailer for Let It Die, their newest title, was revealed, as well as a demo showcasing just how […]


PAX East: Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Gets Gameplay Video

by Todd Blackon April 23, 2016
Crossovers in games are nothing new, but when it comes to Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, it’s a different story. As it combines both Fire Emblem, Shin Megami Tensei, and the country of Japan all into one extremely different game. From it’s combat system, to the use of music, fashion, and lifestyle, this is definitely a […]

PAX East: Nintendo Shows Off Kirby: Planet Robobot

by Todd Blackon April 23, 2016
When it comes to the Nintendo franchises, you’d be forgiven for forgetting that Kirby has technically one of the most robust lineups in the gallery. With 27 solo titles under his name. There’s no shortage to what the pink puffball has done under the Nintendo banner. And at the last Nintendo Direct, Kirby made his […]


PAX East: Nintendo Having Bravely Second: End Layer Panel

by Todd Blackon April 23, 2016
The popular RPG Bravely Second: End Layer will be getting a special panel at PAX Easter tomorrow at 1-2 pm ET in the Dragonfly Theatre at PAX East. This panel will focus on the creation of the game, talking about what happened with the game during it’s development, showing off lots of concept art, and […]

PAX East: Weaponize Zombies In Moving Hazard

by Todd Blackon April 23, 2016
Zombies are generally regulated to the role of being killed by people in various mediums. In fact, it’s the crux of many post-apocalyptic stories. But in a twist, a game called Moving Hazard aims to make zombies not so much a target, but an ally. While it’s true that the game features first-person shooting from […]


PAX East: New Gameplay Trailer For Outlast II Arrives

by Todd Blackon April 23, 2016
Creating fear in any setting is hard, but for a video game it can be incredibly hard. As everything is virtual, and thus the connections to the “real” world can be harder to come by. Thus developers aim for a “scary” environment, or “jump” scares rather than a scary story. It is those criteria that […]

Rumble Coming To River City This Summer On Nintendo

by Alex Beanon April 23, 2016
This summer will be busy for Nintendo as they will be bringing Natsume’s “River City: Tokyo Rumble” to North America and the Nintendo 3DS and the game is currently one of the games Natsume plans to feature as a playable title at the Electronic Entertainment Expo [E3] in Los Angeles in June. Originally launched in […]


PAX East: Furi Is a AAA Boss Fight In An Indie Game

by Todd Blackon April 23, 2016
For indie game companies, it can be hard to make a full fledged game with limited team members and resources. For Emeri Thao and his team at Game Bakers, they decided to just make one aspects of a AAA title, and do it very, very, well. Enter Furi, a fighting game that is all about […]

PAX East: Top-Down Anime Shooter Ruiner Revealed

by Todd Blackon April 23, 2016
Ruiner, a new game developed by Reikon Games, and inspired by both anime and Cyberpunk is playable at PAX East for the first time this weekend. Furthermore, it’s aiming to release this year to PC, Mac and Linux. You can check out the official synopsis below, or get more details on its Steam page. “RUINER […]