Adam Shiroma

Adam Shiroma

Top Three Surprises Hidden at PAX West 2017 stars

Another PAX West has come and gone, and with it, thousands of gamers got their hands on some of the biggest titles coming out in the near future. Yet hidden amongst the crowds and booths competing for everyone’s attention, gems are just waiting to be discovered. Here are three of the most intriguing games I found at PAX West 2017.

Dragonball Fighter Z - Hands-on stars

Ever since Dragon Ball hit the market in the 80's, fans have wanted a video game that best harnesses the essence of the series. Although games like Budokai and Xenoverse gave us a taste of what it's like to go super saiyan, they always left us wanting more. This week, Bandai Namco finally debuted a true 2D fighting game called Dragon Ball Fighter Z. We were able to to get our hands on a first look of the game at E3, and it exceeded all of our expectations.

Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood - Susano Primal Battle Challenge stars

Final Fantasy 14 Stormblood's release date is just a few short days away, and to help build anticipation for its launch, an eight person boss battle is open for attendees at E3. This is a the first chance for the public to try Stormblood and its two new classes: red mage and samurai. I braved the lines to get my hands on the new battle coming this expansion.

DYNASTY WARRIORS: Godseekers (PS4) Review stars

Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers is the most recent release in the Koei Tecmo’s Dynasty Warriors universe, but this entry eschews from the familiar button-mashing chaos many come to expect when hearing Dynasty Warriors. Going in a new direction, Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers is a turn-based, tactical RPG where you control each unit's movement and actions individually then wait for your opponent to do the same. It cannot be denied Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers is a bold step away from Koei Tecmo flagship, but is it a breath of fresh air for the franchise or just a game to tide fans over until the recently announced Dynasty Warriors 9?

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