Tagged: Omega Force

Persona 5 Scramble Releasing in Japan in February

Atlus has announced a release date for Persona 5 Scramble, its upcoming action RPG being developed with Koei Tecmo’s Omega Force studio. The game will act as a sequel to Persona 5, with the Phantom Thieves’ summer vacation interrupted by a new Palace-related incident.

Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle Impression

The narrative fueling Attack on Titan is engaging and action-packed enough to make a game adaptation worth checking out. But does this foray into humanity’s desperate struggle against its monstrous adversaries manage to nail down the dynamic fluidity of its action set pieces?

Dragon Quest Builders 2 Review

Dragon Quest Builders gleaned a lot from Minecraft, but the sequel Dragon Quest Builders 2 takes the offshoot series to a whole new level. Do the new additions and improvements make this a worthy successor?

Some Definitive Hyrule Warriors Shown

Hyrule Warriors reaches its third platform in a month’s time. Nintendo provided a new trailer reminding players of some of the warriors appearing in the game.

Fire Emblem Warriors’ Awakening DLC Detailed

The last DLC pack for Fire Emblem Warriors is getting ready to release and Nintendo has detailed just what is coming. As a hint, it involves some fan-favorite Awakening characters.

Multiple Games Coming to Nintendo Switch

Nintendo has a new Direct Mini video revealing a number of titles that will be heading to the Switch. The World Ends with You, Ys VIII, Hyrule Warriors, and Dark Souls will all be arriving this year.

Fire Emblem Warriors Review

Koei Tecmo’s Musou machine is still chugging along at a decent pace. Fire Emblem’s crossover allows the series to add in a few interesting tactical options.

Dragon Quest Heroes II Review

Fighting waves of foes can only be so enjoyable. Metal Slimes, Liquid Slimes, King Metal Slimes, those buggers don’t sit still.

Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers Review

The Dynasty Warriors series comes full circle, returning to its strategy RPG roots in Godseekers. You’d think that everyone would have learned not to trust Lu Bu by now.

Dragon Quest Heroes Review

With the skin of Dragon Quest and the bones of Dynasty Warriors, what could possibly could go wrong? Find out in our review.

Toukiden Kiwami Review

Toukiden continues the tradition of beast-slaying games delivering an enhanced version after the initial release. How much of a boost does the extra content and bringing the title to the big screen provide?

Toukiden: The Age of Demons Review

RPGamers looking to hunt rather large game have a number of organisations and places to ply their trade nowadays. Can the Slayers from the Age of Demons provide any new ideas for their beast-battling brethren?