A meta-referencing, hyper-violent, over-the-top action game where you save your game by using a toilet, my first impressions of No More Heroes III are nothing short of bewilderment. No More Heroes III is the fourth game and third main title to release in the series. Players once again take up the role of Travis Touchdown, a Johnny Knoxville-inspired otaku who also loves video games, wielding the beam katana to take down all the enemies in their way. Originally released way back in 2007 for the Nintendo Wii the franchise has gone on the garner a loyal fanbase and become one of Grasshopper Manufacture, and Suda51's, biggest successes.
What makes Aliens: Fireteam Elite such a blast to play is how much it makes you feel like a Colonial Marine fighting through a hive of Xenomorphs. Everything from the radar blip sounds, the smart gun and pulse rifle bursts, the hissing of approaching Xenomorphs, to all the different M3 Pattern Personnel Armor customization options feels authentically Aliens in a way that shows a respect and fondness to the source material that this medium hasn't seen before.
An unapologetic love letter to the classic JRPG genre, Bravely Default II doubles down on series staples to create every traditional JRPG lover's dream. If you're a fan of the Bravely Default series, then I think you will enjoy this title, and if you're a fan of JRPGs, I think this is definitely a game worth playing. For everyone else, I would recommend checking out the Bravely Default II demo on the Nintendo eShop before making any purchasing decisions.
The newest addition to the ever-popular zombie killing and puzzle solving franchise has been out for a few weeks now and I can safely say that I have put enough time into it to give an honest opinion. I can say that I am happy to be able to give a full review for Resident Evil Village.
Taking place in the fictional Midwest town of Raccoon City, players choose either the role of Leon S. Kennedy or Claire Redfield. Upon entering the now decrepit city, players are welcomed with open arms by the recently infected population. The opening scene has the main characters fleeing a gas station and making their way to the Raccoon Police Department (R.P.D.) in search of answers and survivors. This begins the jumping-off point as you scour your way through the labyrinthine R.P.D., local sewer system, and finally, into the secret underground laboratory where the city-wide outbreak originated from.
Bandai brings its beloved trading card arcade series overseas for the first time. The title features a deep card battling system with over 1,000 cards to collect and create decks with. As a port from the arcades in Japan, there is years’ worth of content to experience and play through.