Cosmic Star Heroine: New turn-based RPG from the creators of Cthulhu Saves the World


New turn-based RPG from the creators of . Inspired by Chrono Trigger, Phantasy Star & Suikoden. PC/Mac/PS4/Vita.

Alyssa L’Salle is one of the galactic government’s top agents and always manages to save the day! But when she accidentally uncovers a dark conspiracy, her own government outs her as a legendary spy and the people’s champion! Sure, now she has hordes of adoring fans but every villainous organization she’s ever crossed in her career knows who she is and is out for her blood! Can she save the day once more while she faces her greatest challenge… Everyone!?

Releases for September 15-September 21 2013

The Wonderful 101-September 15 WiiU A mass hero action game from the team that brought you Okami and Viewtiful Joe, published by Nintendo and developed by Platinum Games. Players control a group of superheroes and must use them to explore each level seeking out citizens to help and eventually recruit them to join their group […]

TomoCon: Comic-Con ’13: Arkham Origins


From the floor of San Diego Comic Con comes the next game in the Arkham asylum series Origins, a prequel inspired by Legends of the Dark Knight and Year one.

Final Fantasy X/X-2 to Feature Brand New Cut Scene During Ending Credits


Editor’s Note: This article is subject to change as new information is revealed.   According to this week’s edition of Japan’s Shounen Jump magazine, the HD update of Final Fantasy X/X-2 will be featuring a previously unreleased 30-minute cut scene during the credits of the remaster. Other than this new cut scene featuring new voiceovers […]

Tomostalgia: Feeling Old (And Quite Nostalgic) About Final Fantasy X


When I first read about the upcoming HD update of Final Fantasy X, the first thing I thought was I couldn’t believe Square Enix has practically redone every single Final Fantasy except for the only one fans have been rambunctiously vocal about wanting (*cough* Final Fantasy VII *cough*). Then I just couldn’t get over how it had been more than ten years since the game came out on the Playstation 2. It was the first video game other than some casual SNES Legend of Zelda play that I really got into. The game played a pivotal role in my development as a youngster, and because of nostalgia it remains my favorite game in the series and one of my favorite games of all time.

The High Price of Backwards Compatibility


Guess what wasn’t backwards compatible? Every major home console before the Playstation 2 and the Dreamcast, GameCube, Vita and later models of the PS3 afterwords. Therefore a MAJORITY of consoles haven’t been backwards compatible, yet they still sold well. So why is it such a big deal that the PS4 and Xbox One aren’t backwards […]