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April 2, 2016

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Review

Developer: Spike Chunsoft Publisher:  NIS America Platform: PC (Steam) Price: $29.99

Danganronpa was reviewed due to a code received from the publisher, NIS America.

Danganronpa does something truly fascinating. It features such brutality mixed with utterly goofy antics spliced with various genres including social sims, murder mystery along with a bit of Phoenix Wright courtroom drama for good measure. If this is how good visual novels can be then it should come as no surprise that more titles are making their way across the ocean.

I’ll fully admit to being entirely new to Visual Novels. It is an oddity considering how many video games from Japanese [...]

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January 28, 2016

Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster Review

DEVELOPER: Capcom PUBLISHER: Capcom PLATFORMS: PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 PRICE: $19.99 RELEASE DATE: January 19th, 2016

The publisher provided a review code for this review.

The events of Resident Evil Zero take place a mere 24 hours before the infamous Spencer Mansion incident (Resident Evil) and introduce the classic survival formula with a twist. S.T.A.R.S. member, Rebecca Chambers, and her other teammates make an emergency landing in the woods nearby only to discover an overturned military police vehicle. Bodies are strewn about along with evidence indicating that convicted felon, Billy Coen, is lurking around. The group splits up to cover more ground and [...]

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December 31, 2015

Nicole Seraphita’s Games of the Year 2015

2015 was a hell of a year for gaming, with AAA and indie games alike producing some of the finest titles we’ve seen in years. But honestly, I haven’t played most of the games that will likely appear on my fellow journalists Games of the Year lists. So what did I play? A whole bunch of JRPGs, doujin games, and other small scale stuff, my favorite of which you can read about below.

(In no particular order.)

1. Undertale (PC)

Few games this year have garnered as much praise as this little homage to quirky JRPGs of years past, and with good reason as well. As Undertale is a game that simply sucks in players with its mix of quirky humor, strange [...]

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December 9, 2015

Elite Dangerous: Horizons Coming Soon

The world of Elite Dangerous gets a lot bigger this holiday season with the Horizons expansion pack, launching on December 15th. This expanded version of the game will feature a host of new features, including new ships, missions, a CQC (Close Quarter Combat) Arena, and the ability to land on a planet’s surface and explore in search of new resources and adventures. Horizons will also feature a host of other improvements and expanded content including:

Loot and Crafting, unlocking a world of customization options and adding new value and meaning to every action. Multicrew, allowing teams of players to assume roles aboard the same ship. Commander Creation, giving a [...]
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November 26, 2015

Black Friday Wrap-Up

After your done gorging yourself on all the good food and family togetherness you can stand this Thanksgiving, then sit down with us and take a look at some of the best deals in Black Friday gaming.

Nintendo (Via the E-shop, ends December 2ed)

Highlights from Nintendo’s holiday sale include The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker HD for $34.99 and Fire Emblem Awakening for $27.99.

Sony (Via the PSN)

Sony is running their usual discounts this week alongside a unique sale on multiplayer games, with the likes of Dragon’s Crown, Resident Evil Revelations and Rayman Legends leading the pack coming into this holiday shopping season. Also running at the same [...]

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November 23, 2015

Skyhill Video Review

Skyhill is a point & click/survival horror/rogue-like hybrid. How do we feel about it? Watch the video review by APGNation newcomer Matthew Ball.

Let us know how you think of the game!

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November 22, 2015

Gaming On A Budget: 11/23/2015 Edition

As we approach the holiday season, it is more than likely then many among our gaming family here in the APGNation are feeling a bit light in the wallet as of late. But even for those of us with a tight budget, that shouldn’t mean that we can’t pick up a few games on the cheap to guide us through the end of the year.

First up we have Persona 4 Golden. The updated Vita port of the excellent 2008 urban fantasy RPG of the same name, Persona 4 Golden weaves a story of murder, self-discovery, and obscure religious and mythological references that combine to make it perhaps one of the best RPGs of all time. While the original version of the game is available for [...]

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November 18, 2015

Warhammer 40k MOBA Coming to Steam

The gritty far future universe of Warhammer 40k is set to explore new territory later this year in Dark Nexus Arena, a hybrid MOBA-FPS game set to launch in Steam Early Access on December 9th.

Dark Nexus Arena seeks to breaks new ground in the MOBA genre by featuring a skill-based attack system, in which the player must aim each strike against their foes, while those being attacked will have the chance to dash and take cover to avoid being injured. The game also does away with the traditional 3-lane gameplay made famous by games like League of Legend in favor of a more open arena, a move the developers say was made to make the game feel closer to the brutal style of [...]

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November 12, 2015

Hylics Review

Title: Hylics Genre: Indie, RPG Developer: Mason Lindroth Publisher: Mason Lindroth Release Date: Oct 2, 2015

A copy of the game was provided by the publisher. 

Cooper Union graduate Mason Lindroth started developing video games in the winter of 2012, for the 25th iteration of the Ludum Dare game jam. The theme was “You are the Villain” and he published this short side-scrolling adventure game called ASMOSNOS, with a yellow dancing alien that was sent to annihilate a planet and pull off some sick moves. The story was casual and the controls were basic, but the visuals were different. Made on the game creation platform Stencyl, Lindroth embraced pixel environments that [...]

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October 29, 2015

Gaming on a Budget: Steam Edition 10/29/2015

Nicole Seraphita here, bringing you the best and brightest in the world of budget gaming for the last week of October, 2015. This week we’ll be focusing on Steam, and showcasing a collection of games both spooky and not so scary that should scratch your gaming itch for many weeks to come.

Alien Isolation

Normally priced at $49.99, this atmospheric survival horror game clocks can be yours this week for a mere $24.99. For more on this latest entry in the classic Aliens franchise, check out our review from late last year here.

D4: Dark Dream Don’t Die -Season 1-

If you like your [...]

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