Have you ever wondered what life would be like if magic was a normal part of our lives? Sorcery Jokers takes place in a world where exactly this has happened.
I’ve had Monster Hunter World in my physical possession since about 6 pm Friday, January 26th. As of this writing, even accounting for 7ish hours of sleep a night, a couple days at work, chores, and so on, I’ve clocked in over 33 hours. And I’m still technically in early game, not having even reached high rank quests yet. To say I find Monster Hunter World, the franchise’s first home console release in years, enjoyable, even despite some lingering missteps, is an understatement.
Monster Hunter finally returns to home consoles with Monster Hunter World, which launched to much anticipation and praise on Friday, January 26th, and Capcom has announced a bunch of DLC plans to keep hunters busy throughout the coming months.
After taking a break from the City of Industry to reside in the Ontario Convention Center, SoCal Retro Gaming Expo returned to Frank & Son Collectable Show this past weekend and brought all the attendees cool guests, fun panels, great tournaments, and best of all: gaming goodness!
Over a decade ago, Sega released the first game in what came to be one of the most interesting Japanese franchises that could fully encapsulate many of modern day Japan’s cultural “eccentricities” on the PS2. To celebrate 10 years of the franchise going strong, Sega rereleased the original Yakuza as Yakuza Kiwami, bringing the origins of the wildly popular beat ‘em up to modern consoles. As someone whose played bits and pieces of the Yakuza series throughout the years, it was good to play the first installment in a way that expanded and improved the series’ beginnings without making it an entirely new game.
If you didn't own a PSP, you missed out. There was a ton of really great gems on the system, and surprisingly enough, the platform sold some 80 million units. If you did own a PSP and DIDN'T play Locoroco, literally what were you doing with one? Thankfully for you Sony rereleased it on PS4, in glorious HD, and it's as fun and colorful as ever.
Sony is getting in on the collectable mini-figure game with the Totaku line, at an attractive price point for collectors of all ages looking to get their hands on some Sony IPs goods.
Nintendo recently revealed a new experience coming in April for the Nintendo Switch called Nintendo Labo. We’ve seen some odd and interesting Nintendo peripherals in our time, but this is truly one of the most creative ones to come out of them yet.
With the release of Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon last year, there has oddly been no announcements of any sort of distribution, up until now. Throughout this year, we’ll be getting a plethora of Legendary Pokémon that will be made available in Sun/Moon and Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon.
PM Studios and acttil are bringing us a brand new rhythm game called MUSYNX to the Nintendo Switch.