Project X Zone 2 to add a new company to the mix?


Even though Idea Factory International CEO Harusato Akenaga was unable to attend the inaugural press event recently, he did have a message for all those attending. It started off with a normal apology for not being able to attend and ended by thanking the loyal fans for supporting them throughout the … Continue reading

Jada’s Favorites Video Games by the Month for 2014


2014 is wrapping up and I decided to pick out my favorite game for each of the month, so without further ado here are my top picks for 2014. January – Tomb Raider Definitive Edition Last year our favorite Tomb Raider got the reboot treatment, and just under a year later, Square … Continue reading

Breathe even more life into Pokemon when Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire come out


We are just under a week away from the releases of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. While this may be the first time younger audience will get to experience the third generation of Pokémon, for some of us this will be a repeat playthrough of this generation. There will be … Continue reading

Kero Blaster, tight, action-packed platforming on your iOS?

Gero Blaster Daisuke Amaya 2

Daisuke Amaya, the man behind the construction of pixels known as Cave Story has just released a new trailer for his upcoming game, Kero Blaster. This game is all about action-platforming, so if you’ve been hankering for something Mega Man-like, you’re in luck. While Kero Blaster doesn’t have the same … Continue reading

Yoshi’s New Island recieves an eggceptional reception to the 3DS


Who doesn’t love Yoshi? I mean, really, how many times has Yoshi gotten Mario out of the worst possible circumstances. Let’s face it, without this adorable reptile companion, the franchise just wouldn’t be the same. We were glad to see such a warm reception for our favorite leaping, speedy, green … Continue reading

Shovel Knight digs into gaming history, IndieCade hands-on preview

shovel knight title screen

Having lived through (and thoroughly enjoyed) the 8-bit era, I can spot the probable influences that Shovel Knight has contained within it. Indie team Yacht Club Games is forging a seemingly worthy effort; a game that seems to contain influences from past greats such as Zelda 2, Duck Tales, and … Continue reading

Toon Link joins the Super Smash Bros. Wii U, 3DS roster

Toon Link Super Smash Bros Wii U 3DS pic 1

Here comes a new challenger! Considering the launch date of Super Smash Bros., we could be saying that for a long while now. Today, as you can see by the picture above, Toon Link has again joined the fray. There aren’t any details yet regarding his moveset, but a few … Continue reading

Zelda: A Link Between Worlds has online functionality

Zelda A Link Between Worlds Box Art

Nintendo released the box art for Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, and whether or not they intended to, they’ve revved up the speculation machine. Why? Well, if you look at the top-right corner of the box, you’ll notice that there’s a “Nintendo Network” logo there. Now, it could be that … Continue reading

Atlus and Nintendo have Fire Emblem Awakening and Shin Megami Tensei IV $30 eShop credit promotion


Nintendo and Atlus USA have teamed up to bring a new promotion for fans of JRPGs who own a Nintendo 3DS. If you already own or plan on buying Fire Emblem Awakening and Shin Megami Tensei IV, you will get $30 in eShop credit for anything on the Nintendo eShop. All … Continue reading

Nintendo Download – Project X Zone demo brings Capcom, Namco Bandai, Sega together


Sure there are two good Zelda games on the 3DS eShop this week, but there’s something perhaps a bit more important than those: a game made by Monolith Soft that contains Sega, Namco Bandai, and Capcom characters. These kind of mashups are relatively common in Japan, but they don’t often … Continue reading