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Monthly Archives: July 2021

Songs for a Hero: Definitive Edition
Ever wondered what a musical would look like if was expressed in the games medium? Well you don’t need to any more now that Songs for a Hero: Definitive [...]
Evercade’s Renovation Cartridge
Evercade has another cartridge-based collection of retro games on the way. This time we’re going to be getting our hands on some classic games from [...]
Yu-Gi-Oh Announcements
Konami are on their way with Yu-Gi-Oh related announcements, coming this month. The Yu-Gi-On Digital Next event is scheduled for the 20th of June, and is [...]
Valve’s Steam Deck
The Switch is a juggernaut, metaphorically, so it’s easy to see why a company with enough money and know-how might want to hop on Nintendo’s gravy train. [...]
Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl
Has someone finally stepped forward to launch a serious challenge to Smash Bro. as the next big fighting game? Almost certainly not but we should take a [...]
Persona’s New Website
In anticipation for the 25th anniversary of the Persona series, Atlus has put together a new Person website. The new website is here, and promises a series [...]
Ghostwire Tokyo Delayed
Ghostwire Tokyo has had it’s release date pushed back until 2022. The news comes from the official Ghostwire Twitter account, stating that the delay was [...]
New Super Monkey Ball Trailer
If you want to take a look at the antics of Sega’s banana-mad monkeys then take a look at the new trailer for Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania. Super Monkey [...]
FIFA 22’s Release Date And Controversy
EA’s license for FIFA, the global body for the Football World Cup, is almost certainly the most profitable license in gaming. The series conjures literal [...]
Nexomon Coming To Consoles
Monster catching and taming has never been so popular, and the goliath-sized Pokémon franchise has to take a great deal of credit for that. Challengers to [...]