Bring the Hatsune Miku Arcade Experience Home on Switch with Dedicated Project Diva Mega39’s Controller

Hatsune miku project diva switch controller

If your just itching for that arcade experience from the comfort of your sofa or even on a train or plane the Hori have the product for you. Featuring a touch slider and every single button on a Switch controller and a headphone/microphone jack, this dedicated controller can actually be used to play anything, how … Continue reading

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Space Harrier and Puyo Puyo come to Nintendo Switch August 22nd

Enter the Fantasy Zone and get ready to play the originator of the popular puzzle franchise when Space Harrier and Puyo Puyo come to Nintendo Switch on 22nd of August as part of the SEGA AGES series of re-releases. More than just a standard port, the SEGA AGES series feature additions to the games, Space … Continue reading

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NS Review – Virtua Racing (Switch)

Back in the early 90s there was one 3D racing game worth your time and money and it was only available in the arcades (in its best form). That game was Virtua Racing it was astounding for the time, 3D graphics that didn’t look like a steamy platter of poop with silky smooth gameplay to … Continue reading

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NS Review – Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games (Wii U)

Welcome back to part 2 of Overlong Titles. This week we’re turning our heads once again to Mario and Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games this time on the Wii U. The 3DS version failed to impress three months ago, and now it’s time to see how the home console version performs. It doesn’t take long … Continue reading

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7th Dragon III Code: VDF Time Travel Trailer

7th Dragon III Code: VDF

Sega have released a new trailer for the rather excellent looking 3DS JRPG 7th Dragon III Code: VDF, showing some gameplay and that you travel between 3 different time zones, the past, present and future, a bit like Sonic CD (great game by the way, if you’ve never played it). You’ll be able to save … Continue reading

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Sega are actually localising a game!

7th Dragon III Code:VFD Collectors Edition

Breaking news!!! Sega are actually going to localise a very Japanesey (yes it’s a word) game. Fans around the world unite and rejoice because Phantasy Star Online 2 is finally com… wait its not Phantasy Star Online 2? Sega are finally localising and it’s not one of their biggest games of last few years. No … Continue reading

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NS Review – Project X Zone 2 (3DS)

In my first review of the year, I exclaimed that 2016 was the Year of the JRPG and I was not wrong. They’re actually coming faster than I can review them, but I’m making sure that the biggest titles will be spoken about and have the attention they deserve. So, next up for critique is … Continue reading

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A Brave New World: Are You In The Zone?

The last few weeks have been a hype train for news on Nintendo games coming in the future. What with the recent release of Mewtwo for Smash 4 for those who registered both versions (about which Conor did a great article you can find here), the announcement of Lucas and the Smash Fighter Ballot, and … Continue reading

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Sega Confirms New Sonic Titles On The Way

Sega have confirmed that there will be several Sonic games coming in the next year, though at this stage we do not know which platforms they will be on. In an interview with Toys ‘N’ Playthings, Sega’s European head of brand licensing Sissel Henno mostly spoke about the company’s merchandising plans for the future but she … Continue reading

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Project X Zone Struggling In Japan

Project X Zone, the 3DS tactical RPG, is having a torrid time in Japan only managing to shift 12,450 copies in the week of Monday 15th October. That result means the game, which released on 11th October, has sold just a little shy of 100,000 in total which will be disappointing for publisher Namco Bandai who will have … Continue reading

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