Ken Dubois

Ken Dubois

Gaming enthusiast. "No Game, No Life"

The King of Fighters XIV (PS4) Review stars

In most respects, PlayStation 4’s The King of Fighters XIV - which is the 14th core King of Fighters game - is simply more King of fighters, but as a fan of previous entries in the series, that’s exactly what I wanted. There’s a lot that in this latest installment that veterans will find familiar along with new changes that will be welcomed. Familiarity is one of The King of Fighters XIV’s greatest strengths, allowing players to jump straight into the action while cutting through formalities that aren’t needed.

Sekai Project Announces Next Wave of Exciting New Titles for PC and PlayStation Platforms @ Otakon stars

Sekai Project, a rising publisher and licenser of Japanese new media and electronic entertainment today announced, during their live panel at Otakon in Baltimore, their plans to publish and localize several new titles for PC and bring a highly-popular PC series to the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system.

Phantom Brave (PC) Review stars

The plot to Phantom Brave revolves around the character Marona, a young girl who has the power to communicate with Phantoms, which are essentially the spirits of the dead. In the world of Chromas, her powers carry a negative stigma, and she lives on an island all by herself taking odd jobs to survive. However Marona has a guardian - the phantom Ash - a friend of Marona’s deceased parents tasked with watching over the girl.

Tarsier Studios Partnership for new game called LITTLE NIGHTMARES stars

BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. today announced a worldwide publishing agreement with Swedish video game developer, Tarsier Studios, for a brand new game called LITTLE NIGHTMARES. LITTLE NIGHTMARES presents a dark yet whimsical tale that will have players confront their childhood fears as they help a girl dressed in a yellow raincoat escape the jaws of The Maw – a vast, mysterious vessel inhabited by corrupted souls looking for their next meal!

A.W.: Phoenix Festa (Vita) Review stars

A.W.: Phoenix Festa comes by the way of Kadokawa Games, a sizeable Japanese developer best known for its connection with many portable RPG games as well as the popular series Sword Art Online. It is based on the anime series The Asterisk War and it combines elements from dating simulations with action RPG gameplay and still, manages to find its footing with its fun combat system and interesting gameplay elements.

Domobics with TPDomo FAN EXPERIENCE @ J-POP SUMMIT 2016 stars

Domo-kun has had a long history, as the mascot of the Japanese broadcast company NHK, and behind his large, saw-toothed mouth, there’s something endearing about this brown, open-mouth monster. During this year’s J-POP SUMMIT, the NHK mascot collaborated with the idol group Tokyo Performance Doll, forming a new unit called “TPDomo”. Making their American debut, Tokyo Performance Doll (TPD),  kicked off J-POP SUMMIT at Fort Mason Center on the main stage with a fun and energetic five-minute workout called “Domobics” at 11:00am on both days. 

Grand Kingdom (PS4) Review stars

Grand Kingdom tells the tale of Resonail, a continent which consists of four nations at war over the fallen Empire of Uldein. The story is delivered via voice-acted comic book-esque cutscenes where players engage in turn-based battles. Delivered by lead designer Tomohiko Deguchi, Grand Kingdom takes inspiration from many of my favorite like minded games in the genre – think Fire Emblem or Valkyria Chronicles or even Odin Sphere – but it also shakes things up to keep the experience unique. 

Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force (PS4) Review stars

Let’s just cut to the chase, shall we? I am happy to report that Idea Factory has brought Fairy Fencer F, a PlayStation 3 game, to PlayStation 4 in the form of Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force. It’s as much fun on PS4 as it was on PS3, whether it is a replay, or jumping in for the first time. Sure, a port may not have been necessary, but then again, the developers at Compile Heart went to great lengths and have implemented changes by adding a new twist with different story arcs, more challenging battles, and multiple endings.

The Longest Five Minutes coming to the West stars

North American video game publisher NIS America has announced that they will be bringing The Longest Five Minutes to North America and Europe for the PlayStation Vita and Windows PCs via Steam.

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