Star Fox Guard (Wii U)

Cast your mind back to Nintendo’s 2014 E3 conference and you might remember the legendary Shingeru Miyamoto brought to light a couple of early experimental games he was working on. The aim of the games was to showcase more of what the Wii U gamepad was capable of. The first was Project Giant Robot, essentially a…

Star Fox Zero (Wii U)

It’s been nearly 20 years since we’ve a seen a real sequel to the Star Fox series. There’s been a multiplayer spinoff in the form of Star Fox Command, a remake of one of the franchises best and don’t forget a certain GameCube title that took the series in an action adventure direction. Nothing though…

Dark Souls III (PS4)

FromSoftwares unforgiving action role-playing games have really picked up momentum in just a couple of years. Even the mention of a new instalment and they jump straight to the top of any hardcore gamers wishist. These are games that are famed for being brutally difficult with limited healing abilities, a precious but perishable currency system…

Pokken Tournament (Wii U)

Play any Pokemon game and you’ll probably come away with the same conclusion. The battles are a lot of fun but it’s a slow drawn out process as you take it in turns to launch attacks back and forth. When you come to the Smash Bros. games or the Anime series the fights are a…

Rainbow Moon (PS4)

When you first look at SideQuests Studio’s comic book styled RPG Rainbow Moon, you may get the feeling that this is a game that began life as a free-to-play game on a mobile platform. In fact this is a game that came out originally on the PS3 back in 2012, and it’s just made the…

Hyrule Warriors Legends (3DS)

Last year Nintendo and Koei Tecmo teamed up to create a game that would combine the Musou games large scale battles with familiar faces from The Legend of Zelda franchise. Hyrule Warriors was an experience that got bit of a mixed reception with some loving the blend of open-world battles with Zelda fan service, while others found it an overly repetitive hack n’…

Nights of Azure (PS4)

Gust are most well-known for their predominantly turn-based RPG’s Atelier and Ar Tonelico series. They very rarely step away from these stories or the turn-based formula, so it’s a pleasant surprise to see their latest title does both. The world of Nights of Azure takes place in an alternative reality, where a battle between good…

Kholat (PS4)

On February 1959 a group of nine college students set out to explore the mountainous region of Kholat Syakhl. Over the next four months all nine of the teams’ corpses were recovered buried in the snow somewhere around their camp site. What exactly happened to the team remains a mystery. The Dyatlov Pass Incident is…

Senran Kagura Estival Versus (PS4)

Since its debut in 2011 Senran Kagura has managed to gather a loyal following of fans. The franchise has expanded into 4 games over the 3DS and PS Vita systems, gained a number of manga adaptions plus an anime series and OVA . For those not familiar with the series, they’re beat em’ up titles…

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD (Wii U)

2016 marks the 30th anniversary of Nintendos green clad hero. While it is unlikely that we’ll see a brand new instalment to the franchise this year, Nintendo had prepared a HD remaster of one of their best. 2006’s dark, gritty epic Twilight Princess has been given a HD facelift, as well as receiving a couple…