Gaming

Summon Night 6 Hits PlayStation 4 and Vita in February

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Gaijinworks detailed some of their plans for their release of Summon Night 6: Lost Borders earlier today on the PlayStation.Blog. The game will be releasing in February 2017 for both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, with a limited “The Wonderful Edition” release on PlayStation 4, exclusively available at Gaijinworks website. This particular Limited Edition will retail at $129 for anyone ... Read More »

Hyper Light Drifter Comes to Consoles Tomorrow With Co-op

Hyper Light Drifter

Stylish indie action title Hyper Light Drifter will be available July 26, 2016 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The entire campaign will have the option of couch co-op, which is perfectly suited to the living room. No price point is known, but the game was released earlier in the year for $19.99 on Steam.  The neon samurai title developed ... Read More »

Humble Mobile Bundle 19 Features Dropsy’s Debut

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Looking for something to play while the Pokemon Go servers are down? Humble Mobile Bundle 19 is offering over seven games if you pay $6 or more including an exclusive debut title on smartphones. Funds from the bundle deal will go towards the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play Charity. Here’s a look at the Android games included in Humble ... Read More »

Steam Demo for New VN Corona Blossom

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Frontwing’s visual novel Corona Blossom is coming to Steam with a demo after a successful Indiegogo campaign. The cute anime story does not yet have a release date or price listed on Steam but the first volume is advertised as coming out in July with a “low price”. The demo is available to play now with around 45 minutes of ... Read More »

Rewind Review – Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

Carmen Sandiego

Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego is an educational, web-based (originally released on the Apple II and MS-DOS) detective adventure game developed and published by Broderbund Software. Carmen Sandiego has the player, as InterPol detective, track down members of Sandiego’s gang of thieves, through a series of geography and cultural trivia-based puzzles, after they’ve stolen various national treasures. The player ... Read More »

Indie Interview – Idol Manager

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When you think Japanese idols, you probably think of something like Love Live or The [email protected], a shiny world of fun, fame, and adoring fans. But that’s just one side of the coin. Idol Manager is a simulation game about taking the helm of your own talent agency and building up an empire from the ground up—and as they say, you can’t make an omelette ... Read More »

Megadimension Neptunia VII PC Impressions – Dreamy

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Idea Factory and Compile Heart recently delivered the latest mainline series game in the Neptunia series to Steam two weeks ago, Megadimension Neptunia VII, originally from the PS4.  Before now, a majority of Idea Factory game ports to Steam have originated on PlayStation Vita, except Fairy Fencer F, which was originally a PS3 title and saw a PS4 update as ... Read More »

KekRaptor: Crowdfunding Spotlight for This Dumb TechRaptor Kickstarter

TechRaptor Kickstarter

Usually the Crowdfunding Spotlight is for highlighting Kickstarters with a lot of potential behind the project, but this time let us look at this Kickstarter, which is clearly lacking in substance. Apparently some ragamuffin news site that writes about ridiculous things like video games is raising money to make their website not look like it was coded on Angelfire. The project ... Read More »

Nick’s Untitled Weekly Wrap Up 7/24/16

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Summer is my least favorite time of the year.  California burns down to the ground, everything is sweaty, no games worth playing are released, and we’re still months away from pumpkin spice coffee.  All that being said, this week’s weekly headlines have managed to bring a smile to my and probably nobody elses face.  From skull fracture inducing Pokemon battles, someone showing ... Read More »

Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force Review – Once More, From The Top

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I think I’ll always have a soft spot for the original Fairy Fencer F in my heart. Besides the fact that the title was the first game that I reviewed for TechRaptor back in September of 2014, I could tell that the developers at Compile Heart really tried to make a great game when they released the original for PS3. However, ... Read More »