The Yakuza series never really did much for me. It always seemed somewhat lackluster, but even though it wasn’t my cup of tea, everyone deserves another shot, right? With Yakuza 3 coming out very soon(March 12th in fact!) on the PS3, I figure it is time to step back into that suit and take Kazuma for another go. More »
From Wirebot: I remember playing the demo version of the first release of this game series on PS2 and seriously wanting to get it. It was fun. It was innovative. One second I was beating up thugs. The next second I was playing baseball. A third second I was in a lounge chilling with girls. It was fun (sadly I never got it because it was rated M and I was young). More »
From Rekuru: This year was a busy year for Nintendo’s handheld, with heaps upon heaps of games released over the course of 2009. Amidst the onslaught of titles to be released though, 2009 also marked the release of some of the most original, as well as best, titles for the system. Below, I’ve compiled a list of ten games that stood above the rest. If you haven’t played these titles, it’s time to start spending that christmas money from grandma. More »
Let’s face it, Ninjas beat all the martial artists (besides Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris) to their doom. They are so skilled that one could only dream about becoming one. They are a combination of a top gymnast, assassin, survivalist, stuntman, judo, karate master, weapons master and of course black magician. It’s a great thing video games have been able to capture all the fun of being a Ninja, from the comfort of your own home or out for a fun night at the arcade. My list summarizes the top genre defining Ninja video games. More »
Go ahead, put down your m16 for a second. Its ok. There you go. Don’t worry, he’s not going anywhere.
Now that I have your attention, and before I lose you to the “best game ever“, I would just like to take this opportunity to let you know about the release of Sega’s Phantasy Star Zero for the DS. More »