One of the benefits of living in an age where games don't need a physical release, is that it is easier for developers to release their games in more countries without investing large amounts of money.  Originally released for the PlayStation back in the 90s, The Silver Case is a…
From the beginnings of civilisation, we have all wondered about how our universe came to be. While some take the scientific approach, others believe it is the result of the intervention of a deity beyond our understanding. Whichever scenario you believe to be true, many popular works have tried to…
The concept of time travel and being able to change the events of the past is one of the most popular plotlines in science fiction, with the consequences for changing the events ranging from moderately beneficial to catastrophic. The possibility of a better future was the focus of Steins;Gate, a…
Reviewing narrative heavy games is always difficult; trying to strike the balance between criticising the ‘game’ aspect of a title as well as the narrative and world that is presented to you. As such, visual novels and the like usually stay off my radar as pieces end up sounding like…
Six years have passed since the original release of Danganronpa Trigger Happy Havoc appeared on PSP. After teasing us last week with a Monokuma themed trailer, Spike Chunsoft have revealed that the 2013 PlayStation Vita version of the game is being ported to PC via Steam. No additional features have been confirmed…
Ghost hunting isn't the easiest of careers to get into, and if Peter Venkman from Ghostbusters is any indication, it gets messy if you get too close. Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters is the latest game to utilise this theoretical activity as a gameplay mechanic. Developed by Toybox Inc, the team…
Spike Chunsoft may be a relatively new company in the grand scheme of the video games industry, but they have definitely made their mark with games such as Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates of Infinity and Danganronpa. Now they decided to hand back the portable monsters and masochistic teddy bears, and…
 As of yesterday it has been confirmed that Narcissu, a free indie visual novel, created by stage-nana, the pen name of Tomo Katoka has been green-lit for release on Steam. Narcissu plays similarly to the Ace Attorney franchise and tells the tale of two terminally ill hospital patients who conclude that they do not want to…