When it was first announced, the official Guardians of the Galaxy game by Square Enix didn’t give us a whole lot to go on, and understandably had some confusion about what the game actually is. Since then we’ve got lots of gameplay and, just under 2 weeks before release, has revealed a new launch trailer with more galactic antics.
As part of a new episode of the PlayStation Japan “Play! Play! Play!” broadcast, Square Enix and B.B. Studio released the very first gameplay of Dragon Quest X: Rise of the Five Tribes Offline today. Although we did see a new trailer earlier in the month, this is a proper look at pure footage.
Earlier this month, Square Enix confirmed the "offline" version of the MMO Dragon Quest X would be coming to the Nintendo Switch. I'll be arriving in Japan on 26th February 2022 and is officially titled, Dragon Quest X Offline. If you've been eager to see more of this game in...
Welcome to the latest edition of the Tetracast, RPG Site's regular, seemingly weekly podcast!. This week was a bit lighter for both the new releases and news fronts in the RPG world, so we open up with Josh's PC building adventure (and other life events), before getting into this week's main topic. Dungeon Encounters is a surprising, somewhat strange, but interesting new release from Square Enix that is sure to tickle the fancy of those into old-school dungeon crawlers. We then go a bit off-genre to talk about our experiences with some non-RPGs in Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania as well as the demo to Kaiju Wars.
Superheroes are everywhere. They are taking over our movies, our streaming services, and now, our video games. The good news is that superhero games have come a long way since Superman 64 and are actually fun to play. This is largely thanks to Insomniac Games, the minds behind Marvel’s Spider-Man, and Rocksteady, who developed the critically acclaimed Arkham games. Now, more than ever, there is a myriad of superhero games on the horizon; some are so close we can taste them while others are still in cinematic trailer territory. Whether you are a DC or Marvel fan, there are enough men in tights to go around. The future looks bright, but which game shines the brightest? Let’s find out.
There’s a glut of superhero games coming up in the coming year, with both Marvel and DC pumping out some heavyweights, and Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is going to be the next one to get out the game. It’s out in less than ten days now, and ahead of its looming launch, Square Enix has finally revealed the full minimum and recommended PC requirements for the game via its Steam page.
Earlier this year, Square Enix revealed Dragon Quest X Offline – an offline adaptation of the original Dragon Quest X MMO heading to Switch and other major platforms in Japan. If you’ve been curious about how the adventure will look, here’s a closer peek!. During a recent online broadcast, the...
Kingdom Hearts series producer Ichiro Hazama has said that native ports of the Kingdom Hearts games for Nintendo Switch are still “undecided”. Earlier this month, the Kingdom Hearts trilogy was officially announced for the Switch, coinciding with the reveal that protagonist Sora is the final DLC (downloadable content) fighter for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. However, it was also revealed that these games would only be playable via the cloud.
Several systems and consoles will be available for Guardians of the Galaxy, including the Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation, and Xbox. Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy game will be coming to GeForce Now, which is a big deal for those who support NVidia. The game isn't available on many streaming services....
Just last week, Square Enix finally revealed that it would be bringing essentially every game in the long-running Kingdom Hearts series to Nintendo Switch. Although this news was met with widespread joy at face value by many fans, the caveat of this release is that every title was instead in the form of a Cloud Version, meaning that the games themselves could only be played via the internet rather than natively on the Switch. Fortunately, according to some recent comments from Square Enix, the company might still opt to bring these Kingdom Hearts games to Switch natively in the future.
NEO: The World Ends with You is an action role-playing video game developed by h.a.n.d. and published by Square Enix. “Only the possibility of you can change our fate.”. A long-awaited new story in The World Ends with You series has finally arrived!. Rindo comes to the grim realization that...
The popular MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV has still yet to make its way to Xbox despite releasing for PC and PlayStation systems many years ago, but its director has suggested talks are "positive" with Microsoft at the moment. In an interview with Easy Allies, Naoki Yoshida explained that the discussions...
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Kingdom Hearts fans were in for a rollercoaster of emotions when it was announced during the final Super Smash Bros. Ultimate presentation that the entire series would be coming to Nintendo Switch, but only exclusively through cloud streaming technology. Cloud versions are a somewhat controversial way of bringing titles to various platforms, as streaming games not only requires an active internet connection, but can also cause frustrating input lag and gameplay stutter.
Earlier this month, Square Enix and Nintendo announced that the Kingdom Hearts Trilogy would be making its way to the Switch, albeit as cloud versions. Although this announcement was generally well received, many fans were disappointed that the games would be cloud versions as opposed to native ports. In a recent interview with NintendoLife, Kingdom Hearts series producer series producer Ichiro Hazama shared some of the reasons behind the decision, citing difficulties with storage capacity among others.
When the titanic news finally arrived that Sora from Kingdom Hearts will be joining Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Nintendo and Square Enix also announced that the Kingdom Hearts series will be coming to Switch. Specifically, cloud streaming versions of Kingdom Hearts – HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMix, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, and Kingdom Hearts III are all coming to Switch, with the option to buy them in a bundle called Kingdom Hearts Integrum Masterpiece for Cloud. However, Nintendo Life spoke with Kingdom Hearts series producer Ichiro Hazama, and he said the possibility still exists for at least Kingdom Hearts – HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMix to receive a native, non-cloud release on Nintendo Switch, though the matter is “undecided.”