Arcade-style indie space shooter Habroxia from Canadian developer Lillymo Games available digitally and a limited edition physical version for PS Vita on PlayAsia. It is cross-buy on PlayStation. In Habroxia, players blast their way through 15 levels with boss fights, rescue missions and shifting perspectives from horizontal to vertical in this retro shoot’em up. After each level is completed there is a persistent ship upgrade … Continue reading Habroxia Review (PS Vita)
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone is the latest Hatsune Miku game. It comes in a free base download with two songs: Weekender Girl (Music by Hachioji P, Lyrics by kz), 1/6 –out of the gravity- (Music & Lyrics by vocaliod-P(noa)) to try out along with modules. There are two packs to buy that each contain 100+ songs and each cost $29.99 or as a Continue reading “Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone Review (PS4)”
SEGA is ready to raise the curtain on the biggest Hatsune Miku rhythm & action game yet with Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone. A PlayStation Network exclusive, it kicks off with a bang by giving players more than 200 songs for Miku and her digital friends to perform. Newcomers and veterans alike will have new controls to master, and tons of customization thanks an … Continue reading Hatsune Miku Project DIVA Future Tone Arriving West
Galak-Z is a love letter to those who remember the classic anime that we often use to watch on VHS in our childhood. In fact, each mission is treated as an episode and broken into five episodes to turn into a season. There are four seasons and with each ending of the season there is a boss fight. Playing through this game remind me of Macross and Gundam anime series. With story in same vein of those anime, it’s about rebel force have developed an experimental ship that could turn into a mech in order to turn the tide of the war against the Imperials. Continue reading “Galak-Z: The Dimensional Review: Nostalgia of Fun Times (PS4, PC)”
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