Tagged: Cattle Call

Metal Max: Wild West Cancelled

Kadokawa Games announced it has cancelled development of Metal Max: Wild West. The game was originally announced as a sequel to Metal Max Xeno: Reborn.

Demon Gaze Extra Coming to PC This Month

Shortly after bringing the dungeon-crawler to PS4 and Switch, Clouded Leopard Entertainment is releasing Demon Gaze Extra on PC. The PC version will launch on Steam in a couple of weeks.

Demon Gaze Extra Release Pushed Back

Clouded Leopard Entertainment announced a delay for the western release of Demon Gaze Extra. Previously planned to release next week, the game will now arrive in January.

Demon Gaze Extra Getting December Western Release

Demon Gaze Extra launches in Japan today, but western RPGamers will also get to play it later this year. Publisher Clouded Leopard Entertainment is releasing the port of the Vita dungeon-crawler internationally in December.

Demon Gaze Extra Announced

After the recent release of Students of Round remake Saviors of Sapphire Wings, another Experience-developed dungeon-crawler is getting a new release. An enhanced version of Demon Gaze is set to launch in Japan this September.

New Metal Max Titles Announced

Kadokawa Games held a dedicated Metal Max-focused stream a couple of months ahead of the series’ 30th anniversary. The stream showcased three upcoming titles, which include two brand new reveals.

The Alliance Alive Review

The Legend of Legacy gave SaGa fans a spiritual successor when it released in 2015, and The Alliance Alive looks to follow it up in 2018. Can this latest evolution find a new lease on life, or is it dead on arrival?

The Legend of Legacy Review

At the end of the day, Legend of Legacy provides a satisfying experience, with plenty to explore, and lots of challenging combat to experience. It may not bear the SaGa name, but it carries on the best aspects of the series. Akitoshi Kawazu would be proud.

The Legend of Legacy Import Review

The Legend of Legacy comes from FuRyu’s development studios, and it has most everything that has come to characterize the SaGa games, both for good and for bad.

Arc the Lad: End of Darkness Retroview

Some series are able to flit between genres successfully. Arc the Lad did not prove to be one of them, and this game helps explain why the series hasn’t been seen in a long time.

Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits Retroview

Humans and Deimos are on a collision course, with both sides seeking to draw blood forevermore. The resulting game does a lot of things right, but never addresses what happened to Phobos in this naming convention.

Arc the Lad: End of Darkness Review

The previous games in the Arc the Lad series have been tactical RPGs, but things are different this time around. Are these changes for better or for worse?