August 24th, 2016 No Comments
How would you like to get over $150 worth of Capcom games for only $15 AND help charity as well? Then get ready because the Capcom Humble Bundle is now live! This marks the first time PlayStation games are part of the Humble Bundle and there’s plenty of great games available in a “Pay What You Want” model! The first console maker to make games on their system available through a Humble Bundle was Nintendo, so it’s great to see Sony do it now.
For $1 or more you can get Wolf of the Battlefield: Commando 3, Strider, Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo HD Remix, Final Fight Double Impact and a 45% discount code for Street Fighter V.
If you pay more than the average (which at the time of writing this sits at a very affordable $12.15), you get all of the above as well as Lost Planet 3, Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix, Resident Evil HD, Okami HD, Remember Me, Mega Man 9 and Mega Man 10!
But if you pay $15 or more you get all of the above as well as Resident Evil 0 Remastered, Devil May Cry HD collection and a 50% discount coupon for Mega Man Legacy Collection on PlayStation 4!
It will interesting to see if the Capcom Humble Bundle follows the model of previous Humble Bundle campaigns where later in the campaign more games are added to make it an even better deal.
Armikrog was a successful Kickstarter campaign that achieved $975,000 in funds from a $900,000 base goal. After a long wait, the game is finally available on PlayStation 4. What did we think of this new entry in the classic point and click genre? Come ready our Armikrog review to find out!
Thunder Lotus Games is ready to release Jotun: Valhalla Edition on September 9 for PlayStation 4. This new version of the game includes Valhalla Mode (hence the new name) which is a boss rush mode where the bosses are even deadlier than in the main mode of the game! Check out the trailer below and click after the break to learn more about this great looking release.
August 22nd, 2016 No Comments
MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune Vs Zombies is set in the Gamindustri universe, in a school called Gamicademi. This time, the girls are back to save their school from being closed, and they come up with an idea to shoot a movie with zombies. Everybody loves zombies, right? Well… they may start singing a different song when the ‘REAL’ zombies start showing up, something the girls did not anticipate happening! Want to learn more? Then come read our MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune Vs Zombies review!
Once everything is set up, and the filming was about to begin, things started to go awry, and actual Zombies started appearing with one thing on their minds: take over their school and eat their braaaaains! Blanc and the girls then decide to improvise and make the movie a real life Zombie killing action. The plot of this game is a little over-the-top, but that is part of it’s charm, and it is why we all love the Neptunia games! Without further ado, let’s get down to our MegaTagmension Blanc Neptune VS Zombies Review!