Game Review: Neon Chrome (Switch)

Last year Finland-based-development studio 10tons released Neon Chrome, a top-down cyberpunk sci-fi styled twin-stick-shooter, onto a variety of platforms; and now this charmingly difficult game has arrived onto Nintendo’s hybrid console – the Nintendo Switch! Is this a good thing? Well that all depends if you like Twin-Stick-Shooters; but there is no denying that Neon Chrome finds itself as a welcome addition to the Nintendo hybrid console. Read more of this post


Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle Receives New Character DLC, Themes & Avatars

Last week NIS America released the bullet-hell battle game Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle onto the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and Nintendo Switch; and now a selection of downloadable content has been made available for the game. Read more of this post

Game Review: Sparkle 2 (Switch)

Back in 2013 developer 10Tons released their debut PS Vita title, Sparkle, a marble busting game that attempted to be different by adding a story and magical powers, and quite frankly I liked it. Fast forward to 2014 and 10Tons released its sequel, Sparkle 2, onto the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita which built upon the foundations of the original.

Now, three years later, 10Tons are back with its Nintendo Switch port; and this time it combines everything I loved about the original with High Definition visuals and fast-paced marble busting to deliver one of the best releases of the game to date. How exactly? Well let’s take a look in our Review!

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Sonic Mania Gameplay Shows Competition, Time Trial and Special Stages

Sonic Mania comes to the Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One and PC next week in digital form and SEGA have been busy promoting their blue mascot with a wave of new gameplay trailers and details; specifically Competition and Time Trial modes, both of which made their debut within Sonic The Hedgehoe 2, will be making their return in Sonic Mania – which is of course a brand new ‘retro HD instalment’ into the franchise. Read more of this post

Nintendo Switch Becomes a Retro Arcade Cabinet with the Launch of Namco Museum

Earlier in the year Bandai Namco Entertainment unveiled Namco Museum for the Nintendo Switch; a title which contains a selection of retro arcade games, such as Pac-Man, Dig Dug and Galaga, remastered with improved visuals and gameplay options. Well today this ‘Retro Arcade Goodness’ is available to download for the Nintendo Switch from the Nintendo Switch eShop. Read more of this post

One Piece: Unlimited World Red – Deluxe Edition Release Date Announced for Europe

Publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment have today announced that the Deluxe Edition of One Piece: Unlimited World Red, a game which was previously released onto the PS3, PS Vita, 3DS and Wii U a few years ago, will be released on the 25th August 2017 for the PS4 and PC as well as the 29th September 2017 for the Nintendo Switch. Read more of this post

Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle Delayed Until October

If you looking forward to NIS America’s next videogame installment into the Touhou franchise then unfortunately that wait has gotten a little bit longer as publisher NIS America have today revealed that Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle has been pushed back to October of this year. Read more of this post

Namco Museum Announced for July Release on Nintendo Switch

Bandai Namco Entertainment have today announced that Namco Museum, a game which will contain a selection of iconic Namco arcade games, will be released for the Nintendo Switch digitally during July of this year. Read more of this post

Game Review: Disgaea 5 Complete (Nintendo Switch)

The Nintendo Switch is soon becoming the console of choice for western publishers of Japanese games and it all begins with NIS America’s release of Disgaea 5, a game which was previously released onto the PS4 but is now being re-released with all DLC Content in this ‘Complete’ Edition for the Nintendo Switch. So; with this being said what does Disgaea 5 have to offer? Well let’s take a look! Read more of this post

Sonic Mania Release Date Confirmed for PC, Switch, XB1 & PS4

Obviously Sonic Mania is not a Japanese anime related title, and realistically it shouldn’t have a ‘news piece’ on this site; but considering that SEGA are returning to Sonic the Hedgehog’s roots, by releasing a 2D game inspired by the original SEGA MegaDrive/Genesis trilogy, and that this new release date trailer features anime styled cut-scenes inspired from Sonic the Hedgehog OVA and Sonic CD it’s worth talking about. Read more of this post