Nippon Ichi's latest is something of a departure from its usual fare. Can the legendary power of the Hundred Knight calm the troubled soul of Metallia, the universe's most pissed-off witch?
Pete and Cassandra delve into Spike Chunsoft's latest adventure for Vita -- a compelling, bleak and fascinating adventure through the darkness in human hearts, and whether everyone really does have a "price."
The upcoming visual novel-cum-adventure game from the developer behind 999 and Virtue's Last Reward is shaping up to be something rather special. Pete investigates, trying not to end up dead himself in the process. Puhuhuhuhu.
Some eight months after its original release -- and 112 hours of gameplay later -- Gamindustri is safe once again. Pete shares some final thoughts on Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory.
Next year, two very different series are getting two very different games... with one very similar art style between them. Behold, chibi Persona and chibi Neptunia. Warning: extreme cuteness ahead.
Hyperdimension Neptunia PP and Mugen Souls Z are on their way to the West.
Now PS3 and Vita owners can play together as the gods of hack-and-slash always intended.
Are titles like the upcoming Senran Kagura Burst nothing but fanservicey pandering, or do they offer something more? Pete chats at length with Xseed and NIS America about the more misunderstood end of Japanese video game culture.
Gust has announced a new PS3 and Vita version of its RPG/management sim Atelier Rorona: The Alchemist of Arland.
NIS America's latest is an ambitious, flawed tale of three people who just want to get married. And the problems Toki, Towa and Zack are having are far worse than the band not showing up or the caterers cooking the wrong things...
JRPG developer Gust may be best-known for its Atelier series, but as Pete discovers, its other franchise Ar Tonelico is well worth exploring too.