In America-speak, that means they’re making a One Piece Dynasty Warriors game.
Ever since I moved out of the south to a place where people do cool things like playing nerdy tabletop games and not beating up people who play nerdy tabletop games, I’ve had a newfound interest in nerdy tabletop games.
From the minds of Ace Team, the nice people who brought you Zeno Clash, comes another game with a distinctive artstyle and an interesting premise.
Nintendo is gracing us with another installment of the Rhythm Heaven series, this time on the Wii.
Derek Yu’s insanely difficult, incredibly addicting free PC game is slowly but surely making its march to Xbox Live Arcade with an improved artstyle as well as 4 player co-op and deathmatches.
I was very excited to finally get my hands on Fez. It’s been in development for over three years now, and it seems like it will be worth the wait.
Once you hear the premise of Snapshot, one of the games featured in the PAX 10 this year, it’s one of those games that you know immediately whether you have to play it or not.
Rolling through the PAX floor, I see the Mojang booth. I expected to see a bit of Scrolls, their mysterious upcoming game, but instead find Cobalt.
Rusty Hearts is a massively multiplayer 3D brawler being developed by Perfect World.
What is best in life? To blog your opinions, see them published before you, and to hear the lamentations of the commenters. Of course, throwing someone a first class beatdown is nice too.
We’ve seen a lot of very conventional Man Meals this week, but Crom laughs at these meals. He laughs from his mountain! This is a recipe for a cake I found in a dusty box of my great-grandfather’s belongings. It was found underneath a bunch of Hustlers, a box of menthol cigarettes, and a gun.
“A proper guest never overstays her welcome,” croons the Red Queen as you jump from one platform to another for what seems like the millionth time; Perhaps Spicy Horse, American Mcgee’s Chinese development house, could have taken that advice for themselves.