2010's Atelier Rorona gets an overhaul with an all-new Plus version. Cheap cash-in or an opportunity to fix the issues of the original? Pete takes an in-depth look.
The gang of console personifications aims to dominate Gamindustri in a whole new way.
Edelweiss' latest title for PC is an impressively cinematic shoot 'em up that offers a considerable amount of depth beneath the eye candy.
Hungry to stomp about in a big robot and blow stuff up? This enhanced PSP port has got you covered if Titanfall didn't quite fit the bill.
Daisuke Amaya's newest retro-themed game is a very different beast to its predecessor. But is it any good?
Nyu Media's latest localized doujin title is a joyful hack-and-slash affair. But is there any meat on the bones?
Take a trip back to the '90s with this curious, rather literally named little oddity for PC.
Kadokawa Games' dungeon crawler is a wonderfully accessible introduction to the genre -- and proof a game doesn't need to be overly flashy to provide an enjoyable, addictive experience.
Nitroplus and 5pb.'s classic Japanese visual novel Steins;Gate finally gets an English language release thanks to localization specialists JAST USA. Was this time-travelling tale worth the wait?
Renowned game writer and Sierra On-Line alumnus Jane Jensen is back with a brand new adventure that will have you scratching your head until the small hours.
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?
Hatsune Miku and her Vocaloid friends make the jump from PlayStation 3 to PlayStation Vita, and find their spiritual home in the process.
Nimblebit's latest is a return to its winning formula, for better or worse.
Fancy getting away from it all? Shoot yourself off into the loneliness of deep space with this intriguing, combat-free take on FTL's formula.
Obsidian's latest is a 15-hour episode of South Park. That probably tells many of you everything you need to know about this game.
Atari Lynx fans rejoice! The classic-ish puzzler Chip's Challenge has a sort-of-official follow-up.
Pete and Cass are back from their adventures with Loren the Amazon Princess - a sometimes predictable but mostly enjoyable visual novel/turn-based RPG hybrid.
If you can't get enough of all things pony, this two-player collectible card game will see you confronting life's problems with your friends until the small hours.
The newest version of Mike Elliott's deckbuilding card game is set in Monte Cook's Numenera RPG world -- a familiar setting to those who backed the Kickstarter for inXile's Planescape: Torment successor.
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."
Silicon Studio and Square Enix's latest makes no attempt to hide its roots. Is this a firm foundation for a new game, or has the world moved on since Final Fantasy's PlayStation 1 era?
Ada's "Separate Ways" story hasn't had quite the same level of spit and polish as the main game.
Remember when puzzle games weren't 30-second disposable affairs? Velocity dev FuturLab does.
Need an excuse to fling your expensive piece of consumer electronics at the nearest wall? Enter Flappy Bird.
Hello Games' latest might be the last we see of Joe Danger for a while. Last hurrah or quiet slide into obscurity?
Can Nintendo's latest take on its popular exercise-at-home program make working out fun?
One of the most well-established roguelikes ever made finally gets a Steam release.
Think you can outrun the encroaching darkness? This unusual take on the roguelike sees you running for your life.
George Stobbart and Nico Collard return for another grand adventure; can Charles Cecil's latest live up to the legacy of its predecessors?
Nyu Media brings us "the game you'll be dying to beat," and a fine example of the sadistic trapformer genre.
When is a roguelike not a roguelike? When it's a strategic puzzle adventure citybuilding... thing.
Atlus brings us a fighting game based on a series of visual novels from Aquaplus' Leaf label, in the process creating possibly the most specialized, niche game of all time. Is it a dream match or a fighting game nightmare?
Another day, another roguelike-like. What does Minor Key Games' Lovecraftian effort have to set it apart from its rivals?
This is a review about a man called Stanley. This is not a review about a man called Stanley.
Pac-Man's back... again, and this time on PC. Has he still got the old addictive magic?
A brand new PSP game? In 2013? Yes, not only is Sweet Fuse a thing that exists, seemingly against all odds, but it's rather good, too. Pete spends some time with Keiji Inafune's niece and her army of suitors as the dastardly Count Hogstein attempts to make trouble for the man behind Mega Man.
Against all odds, Square Enix's second attempt at a Final Fantasy MMO is back for another shot at glory. Does it have what it takes to survive in a market that has changed significantly in the last few years, or should Yoshi-P have left Eorzea crushed beneath Bahamut's wrath?
The latest installment in Namco Bandai's long-running JRPG series sets a number of fantastic examples for other developers to learn from -- and is quite simply a marvellous game in its own right, too.
It's a roguelike based on a sci-fi 4X strategy game. Can such an unholy combination really work?
The cult classic shooter from the '90s is back with a bang, but has it learned anything in the last 20 years?
One of Sony's strangest games makes the jump to the small screen -- but is it any good in portable format? Desperate Female is interested.
Nadeo and Ubisoft's latest installment in the long-running arcade racer series takes us into the depths of the European countryside.
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...
Velocity Ultra, a combination of vertically-scrolling shoot 'em up and brain-frying puzzle game from British developer FuturLab, is the latest "must-purchase" title for the rapidly improving PlayStation Vita platform.
Ever wondered what would happen if the Belmont bloodline had a few genetic defects along the way? Wonder no longer.