Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal is the second JRPG spin-off of the To Heart series of romantic visual novels. Released last week in North America,
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A turn-based RPG where your teammates live or die based on your choices, which affects how the final battle plays out? Count me in, I’ve been excited for Lost Dimension
Danganronpa quickly became one of my favourite series’ when I belatedly got my hands on Trigger Happy Havoc, and I’ve been waiting for Ultra Despair Girls since it was announced.
I love hack and slash games and I’m definitely not adverse to zombie-slaying women in bikinis, but is that concept good enough to be able to carry an entire game?
As the rest of the PS4 Attitude team know, I’m a huge fan of anime, manga and light novels and Sword Art Online is one of my favourite series’. I
Through the play of several Moto GP games and other racing sims, I’ve become quite accustomed to hardcore racing sims but Formula One is one that I’ve rarely played. I
There’ve been a lot of Hyperdimension Neptunia games this year including the second Re;Birth game, but it’s Re;Birth3: V Generation that interests me most as the only PS3 title I
Godzilla is a monster. The other Kaiju’s are also monsters. Sometimes, you might think the humans attacking Godzilla are monsters. But the only true monster is this horribly made game.
Another year, another MotoGP game. I’ve become pretty familiar with Milestone developed games in the past year and it seems that they’re getting stronger with each installment. As is standard
I never thought I’d see the day that J-Stars Victory VS + would be localised but lo and behold, Bandai Namco has graced us with one of the ultimate anime
I played and enjoyed Demon Gaze, a very similar title to Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy, and so I already had an idea of what to expect. I dived into
Steins;Gate is finally upon us and, as a fan of the anime, I’ve been itching to experience the original visual novel for myself which is a perfect fit on Vita.
I love Hyperdimension Neptunia and I love hack and slash games, so a merging of the two is a dream come true. A new genre for the series, how is
Project Cars is a name firmly engrained into my brain after seeing it mentioned often over the past year or so, with it being hyped to be the next Gran
This is it, one of the games I’ve been waiting a long time for. Idols, turn-based combat and the power of the PS4 all came together to perform the show
Dark Souls II is a tricky one. I loved Demon’s Souls and enjoyed Dark Souls, and though I never played Dark Souls II on PS3, I’ve finally had the chance
Milestone are back with another bike racing simulator game to please hardcore fans but this time it’s a brand new IP. Is it up to par with their licensed works
On the run up to the release of The Awakened Fate Ultimatum, I found myself finishing off The Guided Fate Paradox in about 50 hours and absolutely loved it. I’m
Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters, a visual novel-RPG hybrid that revolves around defeating ghosts, was one of my most anticipated titles of 2015 by mixing several of my favourite things together
Yeah, I’m going to refer to this as The Firefly Diary for simplicity’s sake and I can’t even tell you what htoL#NiQ stands for as I have no idea, even
I’ve been a fan of Dragon Ball Z since I was a child, and the Budokai and Budokai Tenkaichi games were top-tier fighting games but the series’ transition to PS3
I’d been waiting for Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late for a long time, like I do with pretty much any 2D anime fighting game, despite not knowing much about it other
Hyperdimension Neptunia is busy branching out into various genres alongside the original JRPG games, including music, hack and slash and now SRPG with Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart. As you
Zombies come in all shapes and sizes, from the shambling slow walkers George A. Romero made famous to the fast runners that can be seen in 28 Days Later. Just
Recently I reviewed a game about tearing others clothes off, and now I’m reviewing one about spanking girls so that they’ll be stronger in battle. This may or may not
We’ve already reviewed Akiba’s Trip: Undead and Undressed when it originally released on PS3 late last year, but with the PS4 release now in our sights, we’ve decided to revisit
I’d been looking forward to Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2: Sisters Generation for a long time as I enjoyed it on PS3, and Re;Birth1 was in my top 10 games of 2014,
Having played the original Arcana Heart 3 on PS3, I was excited to see what improvements were made to warrant a re-release dubbed Arcana Heart 3: LOVE MAX!!!!! and to
If NIS America publishes a game then I usually feel an insatiable urge to play it; they localise great Japanese games! However, does Tears to Tiara II: Heir of the
As someone who absolutely loved Digimon as a child and still enjoys it now, I was excited to see a Digimon game finally get localised in English once more, but
Senran Kagura: Bon Appetit is a game that’s all about the fan-service. Even in comparison to other Senran Kagura games I found the fan-service here to be off the charts
Tales, Tales, Tales, I love the Tales series. It might not be my favourite JRPG series, but each game manages to take me on a wonderful journey filled with fantasy,
The chances are that you most likely haven’t heard of Minutes, but that’s OK, because PS4 Attitude is here to enlighten you with a review! Developed by one-man studio Red
Shadow Warrior – which arrived on PS4 last week – is a reboot of the 1997 first-person shooter of the same name, and originally released on PC last year. Developed
Having reviewed MXGP back on PS3 when it originally released, I’ve been tasked with playing the fresh PS4 version to see if the updates are worth buying the game again.
I imagine that anybody who reads my reviews assume that I only play games that consist of busty girls and clothes being torn off, but this isn’t completely true, I
I love Japanese games, and although it’s weird to say, I’ve played a fair few games where tearing off an opponent’s clothes is necessary. Akiba’s Trip revolves around this mechanic
Arcade shoot ’em up Futuridium EP is a spiritual successor to Commodore 64 title Uridium (which, incidentally, our own DolphGB proudly boasts he bought on day one, back in 1986),
As much as I love turn-based RPG’s, I’ve always been fairly bad at SRPG’s. NAtURAL DOCtRINE boasts an impressive tutorial system, but is the game a futile test of my
Originally released on the PS Vita in 2013, Zen Studios’ KickBeat brought a refreshing new take on the rhythm genre, combining the button-matching sequences of Guitar Hero with the action