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Trapped with nine others in a dangerous game, you need to keep yourself alive, possibly at the cost of the other players. Are you ready to play the Nonary Game in Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward?
Once again nine people are trapped in a dangerous game where not everyone will be able to exit alive. Are you ready to play the Decision Game and control who dies and who survives? Read our Zero Time Dilemma Review to find out why this is a must-play game!
Chronicles of Teddy: Harmony of Exidus is a 2D platformer with RPG elements. Will you be able to survive the hordes of monsters and insane bosses to solve the puzzles needed to restore peace to Exidus? Come read our Chronicles of Teddy: Harmony of Exidus Review to learn more about this cool game!
Aegis of Earth: Protonovus Assault is a strategy/Tower Defense game, but not in the classic Tower Defense style that we are all used to. This is a bit different and a little more complicated, but just as fun! Want to learn more? Then come read our Aegis of Earth: Protonovus Assault Review!
Aksys Games and Arc System Works have made fighting video game fans very happy after they announced that they’ll be releasing BlazeBlue: Central Fiction this winter on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4! The game will be available as both a digital and a physical release on PlayStation 4, but will only be available digitally on PlayStation 3 (like it happened for Yakuza 5 from SEGA).
With very few habitable cities left on earth due to an alien invasion, you are now put in charge of one of the few cities left, and you need to help prepare it for an attack in order to preserve the human race.
Aksys Games has released Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~, a new visual novel on PlayStation Vita where players will control the fate of Cardia, an enigmatic girl living in an abandoned ansion near London that has been labeled as a monster by the villagers. Is this true, or is there more than meets the eye?
Norn9: Var Commons is an interactive Otome visual novel. An Otome game generally focuses its content on what female players like and it features a lot of potential romantic relationships for players to interact with other characters. Norn9: Var Commons definitely does its genre proud!