Sakuranomori Dreamers, Moe Horror Visual Novel Launches On MangaGamer

Sakuranamori Dreamers

Moonstone’s Sakuranomori Dreamers has finally launched in English for Western gamers. Publisher MangaGamer helped bring over the Japanese visual novel, which mixes in grotesque horror with moe characters. Continue reading “Sakuranomori Dreamers, Moe Horror Visual Novel Launches On MangaGamer”

Saints Row Sequel Development Confirmed

Saints Row 5

By 2010 THQ’s fate began to appear grim. Following a period of expansion and acquisitions, the company hit hard times that ultimately lead to its bankruptcy and liquidation in 2013. During the interim the third Saints Row game was developed and released, clearly having suffered from the publisher’s financial state. Continue reading “Saints Row Sequel Development Confirmed”

Hatred Teased For Nintendo Switch

Hatred Nintendo Switch

Destructive Creations made a simple post on April 8th, 2020, indicating that “Something is coming!” and asked if their audience could guess what it was. The post was accompanied by a giant picture featuring a loading screen on the Nintendo Switch with a backdrop from Hatred. Continue reading “Hatred Teased For Nintendo Switch”

DuckTales Reboot Adds Gay Couple To Children’s Cartoon

DuckTales Gay

Disney continues to pepper children with the gay agenda, this time with Season 3, Episode 1 of the DuckTales reboot, which airs on Disney Plus and Disney XD. Continue reading “DuckTales Reboot Adds Gay Couple To Children’s Cartoon”

Blue Protocol, Anime MMO Closed Beta Sign-Ups Extended To April 13th

Bandai Namco’s Blue Protocol MMO originally had closed beta sign-ups open up back in February for testing in March. For whatever reason they decided to extend the beta sign-ups to April 13th so that they can conduct closed beta testing between April 23rd and April 26th. Continue reading “Blue Protocol, Anime MMO Closed Beta Sign-Ups Extended To April 13th”

Green Hell Adds 4-Player Co-op To Jungle Survival Sim

Green Hell

Creepy Jar announced that the jungle survival sim, Green Hell, has been updated to include a co-op mode for four players. This is a neat little addition to the game to help make things feel a little less lonely. Continue reading “Green Hell Adds 4-Player Co-op To Jungle Survival Sim”

Sea Of Stars Kickstarter Acquires Services Of Guest Composer Yasunori Mitsuda

Sea of Stars

One of the best video game composers from the golden era of gaming is making a return to compose music as a guest composer for Sabotage Studio’s crowdfunded Sea of Stars, which is a JRPG-inspired title that’s still gathering funds over on the Kickstarter page. Continue reading “Sea Of Stars Kickstarter Acquires Services Of Guest Composer Yasunori Mitsuda”

TechnoTsunami, Art Deco Retro-Fi Shooter Early Access Set For April 17th

TechnoTsunami

Neon Castle Studio’s Lost Cycle has undergone a name change after initially being announced back in February. I’m not sure why the name changed, but now the game is known as TechnoTsunami. I don’t know if the appellation is better or worse than before, but what I do know is that the Early Access date is set for April 17th on Steam. Continue reading “TechnoTsunami, Art Deco Retro-Fi Shooter Early Access Set For April 17th”

My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Climax Third Season Postponed Due To Coronavirus

My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Climax Coronavirus

Brain’s Base and Studio Feel Feel’s My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Climax, based on the Oregairu manga of the same name, was supposed to start its third season on April 9th, but things did not go as planned and the anime’s third season ended up getting postponed due to the coronavirus. Continue reading “My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Climax Third Season Postponed Due To Coronavirus”

Sorrow Trailer Teases Sci-Fi First-Person Shooting, Exploration

Sorrow

JOMM! Just One More Minute released a new video teaser for their alpha project, Sorrow. The trailer gives gamers a very brief glimpse of the Unreal Engine 4-powered sci-fi shooter that’s due out for PC. Continue reading “Sorrow Trailer Teases Sci-Fi First-Person Shooting, Exploration”

No Guns Life Anime Second Season Delayed Due To Coronavirus

No Guns Life

The second season for Madhouse Entertainment’s No Guns Life has been postponed due to coronavirus. The news was rolled out via a tweet made by the official account on April 7th, 2020, informing fans that the new start date of the second season will be announced shortly. Continue reading “No Guns Life Anime Second Season Delayed Due To Coronavirus”

Thunder Rally, Multiplayer Destruction Derby Game Enters Early Access On Steam

Thunder Rally

Typical Entertainment announced that they have a brand new top-down destruction derby game available on Steam via Early Access called Thunder Rally. The indie-made title is filled to the brim with explosions, crashes, and over-the-top physics-effects, primed and ready for your indulgence. Continue reading “Thunder Rally, Multiplayer Destruction Derby Game Enters Early Access On Steam”

Sony Reveals The PS5 Wireless “DualSense” Controller

Sony has officially revealed the PS5’s new wireless controller, which is named the “DualSense.” The new controller is said to have been tested by “a wide range of gamers” with a variety of hand sizes to achieve a comfortable, wireless design that uses a rechargeable battery. Continue reading “Sony Reveals The PS5 Wireless “DualSense” Controller”

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