A look back at some E3 2017 videos

A look back at some E3 2017 videos

Transference (PSVR) Only game to have drawn my attention during conferences, Transference is a intriguing UGO from Ubisoft. The publisher takes neurological experiences conducted in the late 90’s as base. It was about transferring human emotions into a digital space. By reflecting that in virtual reality, the French company lets us expect a mystical and … Continue reading

E3 2017 Nintendo – The Longest 25 Minutes

E3 2017 Nintendo – The Longest 25 Minutes

The Nintendo defense force has faith. Despite a tiny launch line-up and a cloudy future, Switch entered the gaming market with a bang. Stocks issues keep being recorded in all continents, the situation being extremely serious in Japan where costumers have to earn the right to purchase via lotteries organized in stores. As the demand … Continue reading

Review – Cyberdimension Neptunia 4 Goddess Online

Review – Cyberdimension Neptunia 4 Goddess Online

I had been exactly 1 year, 2 months and 2 weeks since Superdimension Neptune vs Sega Hard Girls when Cyberdimension Neptunia 4 Goddess Online hits Japanese shelves last February. Compile Heart had declared in April 2016 that this time they would take their time and not disappoint. 1 year later, what’s left of that promise? … Continue reading

Review – Tokyo Xanadu

Review – Tokyo Xanadu

In the long list of Falcom’s action-RPGs since the 80’s, I find names like Ys, Brandish, and the more discreet Xanadu. Distant successor, Tokyo Xanadu drops the heroic-fantasy of its ancestor to deal with urban legends in more contemporaneous anime style. Kô is your average high schooler, spending his time between school and part-time jobs. … Continue reading