Wednesday
Aug242016

Bullet Heaven EX, Episode 32 - Shooting Love 20XX: Exzeal

In episode 131 of Bullet Heaven HD, we took a look at Shooting Love 200X on the Xbox 360. It collected four triangle service titles into one great collection. Recently, Degica Games has seen fit to port these four titles to Steam as part of the newly-rebranded Shooting Love 20XX line, and the final title, Exzeal finally rounds out the collection. How does it stack up?  

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Wednesday
Aug242016

Bullet Heaven EX, Episode 31 - Shooting Love 20XX: Trizeal Remix

In Episode 131 of Bullet Heaven HD, we took a look at Shooting Love 200X, an Xbox 360 compilation of 4 Triangle Service games. Publisher Degica Games returns with Trizeal Remix, the third Shooting Love title of the Shooting Love 20XX steam line. How does it stack up? Let's take a look!   

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Sunday
Jul312016

Bullet Heaven HD, Episode 155 - Galaga '90

alaga is a classic gaming essential that most people have played. Galaga '88 though? Not so much, since the arcade boards were much more uncommon. Thankfully, it was ported to the PC Engine and Turbografx-16! How does this reborn classic stack up? Lat's take a look!

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Sunday
Jul312016

Bullet Heaven HD, Episode 154 - Night Striker S

ow here's a game that Ser has been just itching to play ever since he got a small, tiny taste of its flavour in the Dariusburst CS Taito DLC back in Episode EX24. In this episode of Bullet Heaven HD, we take a look at the first 3D scaling-type shooting game to be featured in Bullet Heaven: Taito and VING's Night Striker S! How does it stack up?

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Sunday
Jul312016

QCF: Grand Kingdom

IS is back with another take on the SRPG formula with Grand Kingdom, a PS Vita and PS4 game that seemingly exists as an amalgamation of every major RPG convention known to the human race. “Awesome!” you might say, but could it real be as great as it sounds; in short, he answer is, “kinda.”

Grand Kingdom has players take on the role of a commander of a band of mercenaries that are fighting in a newly kingdomless land where other bands of fighters fight for wealth and fame. Players manage troops via a central base where quests can be initiated, training conducted, equipment procured and distributed, and so forth—think Dragon Force meets Ogre Battle meets Disgaea. New units can be hired to form up to six troops of up to six fighters each to deploy on various quests.

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Friday
Jul222016

Import Heaven #002 - Wangan Dead Heat

ith 50% of the Vote, Wangan Dead Heat is the next game on Import Heaven! Developed by Genki, Wangan Dead Heat is a street racing game with an emphasis on getting a selection of ladies all hot and bothered with your sick race ethic. But a certain publisher looms large on the cover... how does it stack up?

Be sure to vote for the next game to review on Import Heaven at the end of the show! 

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Monday
Jul182016

Evo 2016: Day Three Impressions

ur weekend at Evo comes to an end, as we pack into the Mandalay Bay Events Center for the Top 8 and finals of Evo 2016. Some great highlights from the event as well as big announcements were as exciting as the gameplay on Sunday.

Announcements from the day included:

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Saturday
Jul162016

Evo 2016: The MIX Indie Showcase

he MIX stands for the Media Indie Exchange which is a colaboration between the MIX and Evo to showcase games from indie game developers to the hardcore fighting game and competitive players. From the offical Media Indie Exchange website, the MIX states "The fighting game community (FGC) is a tight-knit culture who share a lot in common with Indies.

Both are interested in system design, have grassroots community backgrounds; both appreciate well-crafted game design, mechanics and both understand that games are only as fun as the people you can play with and talk to. The MIX and EVO are independent productions who strive to develop their cultures and bring people together to share amazing experiences". We were able to play and speak with the developers of several titles on the Evo floor, a few we enjoyed and some that seemed a little out of place but worth discussing either way. 

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