A reflection of Evangelion: Dawn and the story of playing it for the last time before the servers were shutdown.
OnFace Games has announced that their shooter game, RED*DOT: Frontline, has launched globally for the Android.
Men in Black: Galaxy Defenders is a step up compared to past titles but the bar was never set that high and this entry barely tries.
Alter Ego is a unique experience that wants players to explore and discover themselves by walking down a path of uncertainty.
Star Diffusion X is one of those games that it’s not bad but isn’t really going to be memorable.
From over hyped works to titles that learned nothing from past mistakes, these are the worst games of 2019.
From what is new with Crunchyroll Games to demos of upcoming titles, this is a look at the games I got to try out at Crunchyroll Expo 2019.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is a brilliant deconstruction of sitcoms, while The Gang Goes Mobile is a generic mobile game.
In a partnership with EGLS Technology, Crunchyroll Games has announced that they are working on RWBY: Crystal Quest for the mobile device.
Godzilla Defense Force is one of those unique games that one won’t comeback because of the gameplay but for the fan service.
To celebrate a new partnership with Crunchyroll Games, Grand Summoners will feature a special crossover event with Goblin Slayer.
Heroes of Warland is a fast paced hero shooter that is able to avoid the mistakes that doomed other titles of the same genre.
Angry Birds: Dream Blast takes an existing gaming concept to make a work of “creative bankruptcy”.
Based on the hit web comic, players take on the role of Gosipriel Whimperwind as she must test the many dungeons while Tedward Shadowspank collects data.
The mobile version of Fortnite gives gamers another means of battling their friends while on the go.