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[Review] Trine 2

January 26, 2012 | | 17 Comments

The three main characters in Trine 2 are icons in the gaming industry. They represent to us, gamers, the mysterious dungeons, the prized weapon at the end of a painful quest, and above all, the classic old school RPG that we all adore. However, Trine 2 is NOT an RPG. It’s best described as a side-scrolling action adventure/puzzler/platformer/ … OK, so Trine 2 might not have a definitive nature, or a remarkable story, but I’ll tell you what it does have: lots of charm, sharp controls, and some of the most beautiful visuals I’ve seen. Surprisingly, that combination works!

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[Review] Persona 2 – Innocent Sin (PSP)

January 10, 2012 | | 11 Comments

The story takes place in Sumaru City, Japan, population 1,280,000. Its protagonist attends Seven Sisters High School (“Sevens” for short), whose emblem is considered a status symbol even amongst students from other schools.

Soon, though, a rumor that Sevens emblem was actually cursed, and that wearing it would disfigure one’s face, had spread around the city. Even worse, the rumor came true… And it was only the beginning of a string of rumors becoming reality, one after another…

Before long, the protagonist discover the power to summon another side of them called “Personas”, which they use to investigate the strange incidents around the city, all while facing their own personal demons as well.

Time is once again on the march…

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Game of Thrones RPG Trailer

December 28, 2011 | | 5 Comments

Here is the first trailer for the upcoming RPG based on the internationally bestselling book series “A Song of Ice and Fire” by George R. R. Martin and critically acclaimed HBO television series, Game of Thrones.
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Trine 2

December 6, 2011 | | 8 Comments

I had a chance to play the original side-scrolling fantasy action-adventure “Trine” recently and I loved it. It pushes some of the most dynamic and beautiful graphics ever made for a PSN title. Come December 20th, developer Frozenbyte and publisher Atlus will deliver the next installment in the series, entitled Trine 2, on the PlayStation Network for North America. The European release date hasn’t been announced, the price hasn’t been confirmed either. But I would suspect a $14.99 tag. Hopefully a PlayStation Plus members’ discount will follow.

If you haven’t seen Trine 2, check out the co-op video after the jump …

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Game of Thrones Action RPG Coming From Atlus

November 9, 2011 | | 12 Comments

ATLUS , in collaboration with HBO and Cyanide Studios, today unveiled North American publishing plans for “Game of Thrones,” an action RPG based on the internationally bestselling A Song of Ice and Fire series of books by George R. R. Martin and critically acclaimed HBO television series, Game of Thrones. If you are unfamiliar with either, let me tell you, that it is some of the best fantasy ever written.

Game of Thrones will have an original story written under the supervision of Martin. “Game of Thrones promises to deliver the ultimate interactive role-playing experience for fans. The game is filled with familiar locations straight from the pages of the beloved fantasy saga along with the likeness of some actors portrayed in the series.”

Hit the jump for more info and 3 more screens from this great looking game.
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The True Demons Souls Starts Here!

September 22, 2011 | | 8 Comments

Atlus has just made some very loyal Demon hunters extremely happy. We all know that Atlus loves its fan’s and it appears our hunting days are not over any time soon! They announced today, that the Demon Souls server has had its support extended into 2012.

The press release can be read in full below.
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Catherine Review

August 9, 2011 | | 10 Comments


When I was a kid, I *loved* the classic stat-builder stat-battle single player RPG with a pulp fantasy or sci-fi back drop. Today, I feel that some RPGS cling too tightly to a dated view of what RPGs used to be. I’m more interested in games that deliver a fresher style of game play. Catherine is a prime example of this.

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