Vita Hacking Tool Vitamin Leaked

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Today on popular programming and homebrew website Wololo a tool called Vitamin was leaked. This program can be used to create backups of Vita games that you already own and play them on your Vita, provided you are using the latest HENkaku. Vitamin was advertised as a project for backups of games that you already own but now that it ... Read More »

Blue Reflection Details Revealed

Blue Reflection

Gust has another new RPG game in the works called Blue Reflection: Sword of the Girl Who Dances in Illusion. This all-new game has been described as a “heroic RPG” for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. New details about the game’s setting and characters have recently been revealed. Featuring a cast of primarily female characters, the game will blend fantasy ... Read More »

Nights of Azure 2 Gets New Details

Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon

Gust has revealed new details about their upcoming sequel Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon. Recently announced last week, the RPG will be set in the same universe as Nights of Azure with a whole new story and cast of characters. Now more information about the story, characters and gameplay have been released. Set in the same ... Read More »

Overwatch Open Announces ASUS ROG As Official Sponsor

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The Overwatch Open, an online competition where European and North American teams can enter and show their skills for a chance at a prize pool of USD 300,000, have just announced their first official sponsor, ASUS Republic of Gamers. Over the course of the competition teams will go from qualifiers, to regional playoffs and then if they make it that ... Read More »

Hue Review- Shining Bright

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We all have our own lens when looking at the world around us. Our lens changes our perception of events and how they fold out. The studio Fiddlesticks looks to question perception in their beautiful puzzle-platformer Hue. A game where the flick of the right analog stick changes your perception of the game’s world in this beautiful 2D puzzle-platformer. The ... Read More »

Paragon Impressions – Fun with Friends, Not Competition Ready

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Is there anyone who actually likes MOBAs? It feels like most players have an ongoing love-hate relationship with the genre, assuming they don’t outright loathe it even as they hop into their next match. That seems to be the one obstacle no MOBA can overcome. It isn’t necessarily a problem with competitive games either. Team objective grabs like Overwatch and team shooters like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive may ... Read More »

Guardians of Atlas Heading into Open Alpha


The world of MOBAs is getting a new a competitor, from a prominent YouTuber too! Well-known eSports commentator and YouTube content Sean Plott, a.k.a. Day9, in collaboration with studio Artillery Games, former by three-ex Google employees (Ankur Pansari, Ian Langworth and Mark Logan) are moving forward with the production of their “free-to-play, multiplayer MOBA-RTS hybrid” Guardians of Atlas. One weird thing to ... Read More »

Rick and Morty Creator Founds Gaming Studio Squanchtendo


Justin Roiland, co-creator of popular Adult Swim cartoon Rick and Morty, has founded a gaming studio called Squanchtendo as reported by Gamnesia. The announcement came in the form of a comic hosted on the company’s official website. Justin Roiland has not begun this endeavor alone. His co-founder is Tanya Watson, a former producer from Epic Games with experience working on the ... Read More »

In Case of Emergency, Release Raptor Is Being Pulled

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In Case of Emergency, Release Raptor (developed by Arcen Games) is being pulled from Steam by the developers according to a news post on the game’s Steam community page. The game has a simple premise: in a world where humanity is plagued by killer robots they’ve decided to do the only logical thing and genetically engineer attack raptors to fight the robots. ... Read More »

We Happy Few – New Quest Mechanics and Dialogue System in the Works

We Happy Few

The guys at Compulsion Games released their usual weekly update on the ongoing development of We Happy Few. The developers speak of the future changes to the game following, among other things, user feedback. In this week’s journal, Compulsion Games hints at a new quest system being in development as well as a new “conversation mode”. Following user feedback, the developers ... Read More »