Sega's Valkyria Chronicles revival is a disappointment.
Gaijinworks brings a localized version of the strategy RPG to PlayStation 4 and Vita.
Square Enix announces I Am Setsuna for PlayStation 4 and Steam. Cue cries of anguish.
Sony's portable efforts are slowly coming to a halt.
Once you've blown through the Legacy Collection, this addictive and remarkably well-crafted ninja platformer makes for a great follow-up.
NIS America outlines a year in which they will try to expand their audience via both the PC and PlayStation 4.
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance is returning for the first time since 2003. Meanwhile, Breath of Fire 3 PSP is making its way to North America for the first time.
Is Trails of Cold Steel worth checking out? Kat checks in after the first 10 hours of the latest Legend of Heroes game.
Russia and India are now releasing in 2016 and a new Vita bundle has been announced.
King-size indies take the starring role in this month's eclectic offerings.
More evidence that a successor to the Vita probably isn't around the corner.
Vanillaware's gorgeous action RPG returns with more than just pretty looks.
Playing as Plague Knight brings a new and hilarious perspective to Yacht Club's already excellent adventure.
Bandai Namco has made their bet with the import favorite, and that bet is once again with handhelds as Gundam Extreme Vs. Force is announced for the Vita.
The Vita is dead in the United States, but Japan keeps showing love to Sony's portable.
Atlus' absurdly late PlayStation 2 RPG sparked a phenomenon that still persists to this day.
Mike Bithell leaves Thomas Was Alone behind to try something completely different.
Fair Play Labs' auto-runner appears to be a perfect time waster on a roadtrip. And it's hard, too.
It's been an even stronger year for RPGs than usual. Here are some of the best.
A frustrated Vita owner wonders what's next for Sony's troubled handheld.
Masaya Matsuura's pioneering rhythm game is finally coming to the U.S., and fans couldn't be happier.
This odd puzzle platformer is as endearing as it is strange, but perhaps not as fleshed out as it could be.
In the past decade, visual novels have blossomed in the west. How did it happen? And what's next? We spoke with the talent at XSEED, Aksys Games, and more.
Sony outlines its Japanese priorities for 2014 and 2015, with the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita sharing the spotlight.
Hollow Fragment is a big, competently-produced anime tie-in that doesn't excel in any aspect other than size.
Join the Long Mover on its journey through worlds of color and music. A zen experience that's not for everyone.
Valvatorez and crew return in portable form and NIS crams another PS3 game into the Vita's tiny frame.
Sony loves indies and those indies have created some great games for the PlayStation family.
The gang of console personifications aims to dominate Gamindustri in a whole new way.