PC players finally get a chance to play Compile Heart’s brilliant, hellish dungeon crawler Mary Skelter: Nightmares this week.
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We’ve got a fresh batch of screenshots for FromSoftware’s upcoming Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, and Sengoku-era Japan is looking as stunning as ever.
Indie visual novel developer roseVeRTe is seeking funding for their next otome game, How to Sing to Open Your Heart, and it promises plenty of cute romance and a very handsome love interest.
Otome specialists Otomate are finally turning their attention to Switch, with 12 (!) titles announced for the console—including a new Hakuoki game and ports of Code:Realize and Amnesia: Memories.
Things were looking sketchy for a while, but the Kickstarter campaign for Swery’s upcoming debt repayment / life sim / photography RPG has soared past its goal in the final hours.
I have a lot of doubts about Shadow of the Tomb Raider for a lot of reasons, but the announcement that the brilliant Jill Murray is the game’s lead writer restores at least a little bit of faith.
The latest Live Letter revealed new details about Final Fantasy XIV patch 4.3, which is due out in May, but the far more interesting announcement is of a companion app for the game.
After an unsuccessful Fig campaign last year, SWERY’s once again seeking crowdfunding support for his delightful-looking ‘debt repayment life simulation RPG’.
Final Fantasy XIV: Gathering Outdoors may be an April Fool’s joke, but a geolocation-based mobile game tie-in to Square Enix’s titanic MMO actually sounds like a great idea.
Between Burnout Paradise Remastered and Onrush, 2018 is shaping up to be a very exciting year for those of us who look for a little less realism in our racing games.