Oh boy, it’s back baby. Fallout 4 isn’t the biggest surprise ever but we always want confirmation. We see glimpses of the past before the bombs dropped, the protagonist speaks and there’s a dog again. These are only speculations of what the game might feature but we can imagine that this post-apocalyptic future that’s stuck in the 1950’s will maintain the witty writing and humor that the series if famous for.
Dragon’s Crown is brought to you by Vanillaware and Atlus, one of the kings of niche JRPGs. The game draws elements from games like Gauntlet Legends and the arcade versions of Dungeons and Dragons as well the RPG elements of Boarderlands. They take familiar elements and create a new beat-em up experience. Does this old, almost forgotten genre stand strong?
This footage has just caught my attention for a new Phantasy Star Online game. I don’t know how many of you played the first Phantasy Star Online but I spent a lot of time playing the Gamecube version. By today’s standards Phantasy Star Online Episode 1 and 2 is very slow and simple. PSO2 looks like it has much more fluid and varied combat. You can jump and fight in the sky, manually aim firearms and magic can be cast rapidly. There also seems to be a great deal of character customization with outfit designs. The dragon boss was seen being jumped on to attack a different point of it possibly to deal more damage. Hopefully there will be other large bosses that take advantage of the size of enemies. This is a Windows exclusive game which is disappointing but I am looking forward to seeing more of this game in the future.