Yakuza 0 and Kiwami are heading to PC!

Sega take on Shenmue formula, Yakuza is finally making it’s way to PC! Yes, after all this years, this excellent beat ’em up, open world is finally making it’s way to PC’s via steam. This is a great news for all fans of Japanese games which just don’t want to deal with low frame-rates on consoles. WeContinue reading “Yakuza 0 and Kiwami are heading to PC!”

Shenmue HD Remaster Announced – Coming to Xbox, PC and PS4

The biggest dream of every DreamCast fan has come true. A Shenmue HD remaster of the first two games has been announced. These classics, renowned for their open-world gameplay, variety of options, and (for the time) incredible attention to detail will be arriving on current-gen consoles this year (excluding the Switch). We have heard rumours about possible remaster beforeContinue reading “Shenmue HD Remaster Announced – Coming to Xbox, PC and PS4”

Blast from the Past: The Lion King (Sega Genesis)

Hakuna Matata – it means no worries. The motto, introduced to the world in 1994 via the animated feature The Lion King, carries on to this day. Alongside one of the best Disney movies of all time, a platformer-style video game was released for the Sega Genesis and was also ported to other systems. Nonetheless,Continue reading “Blast from the Past: The Lion King (Sega Genesis)”

The Gamer Professionals Show Episode 11 is Now Live

Episode 11 of The Gamer Professionals Show (GPS) is now live! We run through some of the news including Sega planning to “revive” some of their notable IP and E3 public tickets selling out. There’s a new Kickstarter game in development called Project Rap Rabbit, which is being created by ex-Parappa The Rapper devs. Nintendo is continuingContinue reading “The Gamer Professionals Show Episode 11 is Now Live”

Bayonetta Makes Her Debut on Steam

Bayonetta is now available on Steam. It comes with additional 4k support, 60 FPS, and advanced graphics options. Keyboard and mouse support has been added but it is suggested that players use a controller. Bayonetta is a fast-paced action game originally released on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on January 2010 and on the Wii UContinue reading “Bayonetta Makes Her Debut on Steam”

Total War:WARHAMMER Wood Elves DLC Preview

Total War: Warhammer is finally getting a new faction after months of unit and hero DLC’s. The Wood Elves, long rumored and now confirmed and getting their own DLC. The last DLC faction detailed in my Beastmen preview was a huge success; they added depth in a lacking grand campaign mode, where the empire wouldContinue reading “Total War:WARHAMMER Wood Elves DLC Preview”

Dawn Of War III Gamescom Preview

We don’t know a whole lot about Dawn Of War III just yet, but we do know that this game is going to be drastically different from the past two titles in the series. The gamescom gameplay showcased the Blood Ravens chapter battling Eldar, with a surprise Wraith Knight appearance. Dawn Of War III willContinue reading “Dawn Of War III Gamescom Preview”

Nintendo Plans to have All Major IP on NX ASAP

Nintendo doesn’t plan on seeing the NX go the way of the Wii U, with reports from MCV stating that all three of Nintendo’s major IP will launch within six months of the NX’s March release. Meaning that in addition to the confirmed NX launch of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Mario and PokémonContinue reading “Nintendo Plans to have All Major IP on NX ASAP”

Next Sonic Game Releasing in 2017

A new Sonic game has been confirmed to be coming out next year by the head of the Sonic Team, Takashi Iizuka. The Sonic Team had already announced that another game was in development, but it wasn’t known how far away it was until now. No specific release date was given, only that it will be comingContinue reading “Next Sonic Game Releasing in 2017”

Valkyria: Azure Revolution to Undergo Redesign Following Fan Feedback

It’s been a few months since Valkyria Chronicles Remastered landed in Japan, where it was packaged with a playable demo of the upcoming Valkyria: Azure Revolution. The demo was met with mixed reception, with the revised battle system bearing a range of negative feedback. Director Takeshi Ozawa has since stated that this feedback will formContinue reading “Valkyria: Azure Revolution to Undergo Redesign Following Fan Feedback”

SEGA Europe to Deny Atlus Localization Support

Atlus has had a bit of a patchy history with the European market, with frequent release delays and suboptimal service. With their acquisition by SEGA Sammy Holdings, there seemed to be small glimmer of hope for Europe. The potential for SEGA’s European branch to take over localization would allow for a more streamlined localization process,Continue reading “SEGA Europe to Deny Atlus Localization Support”

Sega Mega Drive Classics Hub Update

Sega have announced they will be updating the Sega Mega Drive Classics library on Steam, with the addition of the Hub. It will available in a free update anyone with a classic Sega game in their account, and will be released April 28th. The Hub will be an interactive bedroom reminiscent of an early 90sContinue reading “Sega Mega Drive Classics Hub Update”