Nitrolic Games have released puzzle game Mortar Melon on Wii U for all of you to enjoy. The game is exactly what the title suggests: a watermelon shooting puzzle game. What are the controls like? Is it worth the time and money? Read our Mortar Melon review to find out!
XSEED Games and Marvelous got in touch to talk about Exile’s End, a very interesting sidescroller that is being released today for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. The game is available for $9.99, and it is in essence an enhanced remake of Inescapable, the first game from indie game developer Matt Fielding.
This futuristic 2D sidescroller will certainly catch your attention with its looks, not to mention its music which was created by Keiji Yamagishi. You might have heard his music in games such as Ninja Gaiden and Tecmo Super Bowl.
Check out the game’s trailer below and click after the break for a gallery of screens and some additional info on the game’s story!
We’re back after a week off and we’ve got two big announcements to discuss this episode. We actually speculate about the Nintendo Switch for a lot longer than I intended, but that’s fine since it’s always relevant to the gaming landscape. The more exciting news for me was the announcement of Red Dead Redemption 2, though that game is a year off which is a shame.
We also got a few new details about the PS4 Pro from a Mark Cerny interview, and hearing about more technical details is always exciting. Speaking of which that console is right around the corner and I’m looking forward to it.
But we want to hear what you were you excited about this past week. Let us know in the comments below!
October 24th, 2016 No Comments
Nights of Azure from GUST and KOEI TECMO is a new great looking game for the PlayStation 4. GUST is known for the stellar Atelier series (which we love!), and now they have worked on a new action RPG adventure that is exclusive to Sony’s home console. What type of game is this? Come read our Nights of Azure Review to find out!