Originally released for the PlayStation Portable’s of Japan in 2011, Osaka-based dev HexaDrive take the reigns of this latest HD remake of Square Enix’s Final Fantasy Type-0. In early 2012, the game received an all around positive reception, ranking fairly high on the portable gaming charts of Japan. In some areas it would go on to outsell one of it’s biggest competitors, Capcom&...[Read More]
Airtight Games and Square Enix have been producing intriguing trailers again. This time out, we have a full five minutes plus of their dead detective thriller, Murdered: Soul Suspect. This really gives us a huge overview of the game, including a lot of Detective Ronan O’Connor’s supernatural abilities, that only increase as you progress through to finally solving the identity of The Be...[Read More]
The new trailer for Square Enix’s new detective thriller Murdered: Soul Suspect is not for the faint of heart. Take control of Ronan O’Connor as he tries to use his investigative skills to link his own death to a series of killings in the terrifying town of Salem. Can you make Ronan’s death the last committed by the Bell Killer? Utilise Ronan’s supernatural abilities, grant...[Read More]
With a near countless number of titles and spin-offs in the series, Square Enix have added yet another Final Fantasy to the collection. Introducing, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, a direct sequel set 500 years after the end of Final Fantasy XIII. Now, I’ve not played a Final Fantasy title in over ten years, with my last one being 2001’s Final Fantasy X, which funnily enough alo...[Read More]
Kicking off January’s Free Games With Golds in style is Sleeping Dogs! Check out our review from when the game was initially released, way back in 2012… Originally starting life as a True Crime title but subsequently hitting development hell, SD got cancelled and then resurrected by publisher Square Enix. With all due respect, I had the ‘misfortune’ of playing True Crime St...[Read More]
Murdered: Soul Suspect has recently caught my eye as an upcoming game to watch out for. Published by Square Enix and due for release early next year on Xbox 360, this action-adventure game puts the player in the unusual shoes of a ghost. The game opens with the main protagonist; Ryan O’Connor, being erroneously murdered. The one time detective witnesses his demise from an out of body experie...[Read More]
Announces an important date next week.
Hot off the news of our Tomb Raider Review, Square Enix has announced some upcoming downloadable content for the game that is sure to be top of the charts this week. Titled The Caves & Cliffs Multiplayer Map Pack will feature the following content:- The Scavenger Caverns, Cliff Shantytown and Burning Village maps as featured in the single player game all for a price of 400 Microsoft points. Th...[Read More]
Lara Croft is right up there as one of the most iconic and influential female video game characters of all time. Since her creation back in 1996 there have been 10 games and 2 films dedicated to the women herself, I’m honestly struggling to think of another character that can say the same; male or female! I’ll admit it, when a Tomb Raider reboot was announced I had my reservations, but...[Read More]
Originally starting life as a True Crime title but subsequently hitting development hell, this game got cancelled and then resurrected by a different publisher-Square Enix. With all due respect, I had the ‘misfortune’ of playing True Crime Streets of L.A. way back in 2003. Now fast-forward nine years and welcome Sleeping Dogs, a high-octane crime thriller of a game and quite possibly o...[Read More]
Hitting shelves next week!
We’ve seen the action-packed fighting side of the game; now lets take a look at something different.