Danganronpa has been around for quite a while, originally landing on Japanese PSP's in 2010. With the third mainline story coming to America in September, Spike Chunsoft releases the original two games on PS4 in America. Ryan Johnson at The Gamer's Lounge was able to go through and tell you whether you should take another trip to Hope's Peak Academy.
2Dark is a fun take on the idea of a neo-retro game. Gamers who like puzzles, and suspense should find the game rewarding. Join the Gamers Lounge as we review the game and let readers know if this is a must buy.
Pixel Heroes: Byte & Magic by developer Bitfather is a turn-based action game that reminds me of a mix between the original Dragon Warrior and Oregon Trail. It succeeds in satisfying nostalgic yearnings but still leaves a few things to be desired.
Everything promises that players can anything in the world, but does it deliver? Find out in this review!
On this episode the guys talk Nintendo Switch, PAX, Horizon Zero Dawn, Zelda Breath of the Wild, 2Dark, Link Between Worlds, Super Mario 3D Land, Sega 3D Classics Collection, our monthly contest and more!
Loot Rascals features an amazing classic cartoon art style, but is that all it features? Find out if Loot Rascals is worth your time in this review!
Over the past few years books about video games have been very popular kickstarter with Artcade, the Genesis Collected Works and more. Bitmap books have been on the for front releasing several high quality books in their Visual Compendium Series. The series includes Commodore 64, Amiga and ZX Spectrum. After a very successful Kickstarter the forth book NES/Famicom has officially been released. Does it get the Nintendo Seal of Quality?
Monster Monpiece, the latest game from Compile Heart, is something of a departure for them. There's no obvious grind, no weirdly implemented combo system, and it feels significantly different from most of their other games. All in all, it's new territory, and at first, it felt like they'd learned something from the process. Maybe, I thought to myself, maybe I've just suffered burnout from too many samey anime-style JRPGs. Maybe this time I'm wrong.