Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair

Beautiful despair. This is the best way I have to describe Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, an eclectic and dark hybrid of visual novel and court room drama. Long after the final credits roll and the twists have been hashed over in your mind (and there are quite a few), Danganronpa 2 will leave you with some philosophical conundrums. You... Continue Reading →

Now Available: The Matrix Online Archives

Although it never moved beyond its small niche, The Matrix Online was a massive multiplayer online game that took place after The Matrix trilogy. With the blessing of the Wachowskis and storyline input from renowned comic book writer and illustrator Paul Chadwick, The Matrix Online (or MxO for short) looked to create an organic and dynamic virtual world. With a model built... Continue Reading →

Review: Soul Sacrifice Delta

Soul Sacrifice Delta is the update to the well-received 2013 PlayStation Vita game Soul Sacrifice. Not quite a full sequel, but rather an enhanced version with all the core and DLC content of the original, plus a new faction, tweaks, new features, and loads of additional content piled on. This is essentially the Ultimate version of Soul Sacrifice, and if you loved... Continue Reading →

PlayStation Vita 2000 (Slim) Impressions

I've had the updated PlayStation Vita 2000 (aka Slim) model for a few weeks now. It's pictured above with a red silicone PDP skin, which I purchased for cheap on Amazon. There are obvious touches that are not only different but more useful. The device is not only slimmer, but the construction has been updated. It feels more... Continue Reading →

Sony’s Vita Problem

The history of video games is littered with failures and object lessons in how to not to market a console. For every success such as the Atari 2600 or the original Playstation, there is a failure (Atari 5200, I'm looking at you, despite having owned one). It doesn't matter if the hardware is decent or... Continue Reading →

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