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From PSU: "Games in 2019 are more complex than ever before. Gameplay modes, synergy between mechanics and abilities, multiple endings, it can all get a little much. That is why Riverbond stands out. Its simple but a great deal of fun at the same time. It offers up only a few things but it does those few things well. Despite that simplicity, the team behind the game keeps things fresh with new weapons, locations and enemies for long enough to make Riverbond and enjoyable and laid-back dungeon crawler."
ImagineVR Inc. today released "ImaginePLAY", a new online store that delivers PC games, mobile games, and videos. "ImaginePLAY" plans to add more than 20 new works every month, and will cover a wide range of genres, from general to adult titles.
Six years after its original release Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is coming back with a Nintendo Switch version and remastered edition on PS4 and PC. Its time for more long-winded, adorable JRPG action.
In the original Dragon Ball Z anime, fights are not balanced. Goku and his pals often end up in situations where they are outmatched by a far stronger and more experienced opponent. The series has had frequent fighting game adaptations, most recently Dragon Ball FighterZ, in which all of the characters must be balanced for the sake of fairness, even though thats not true to the story.
In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, Bandai Namcos upcoming single-player role-playing game, Goku will be outmatched. Hell start from the bottom and work his way up the Saiyan food chain, just like he does in the anime.
The controversy surrounding Pokémon Sword and Shields lack of a National Pokedex has not died down its only gotten bigger. Some fans are calling the limited Pokedex Dexit, while others are making references to the Thanos snap. And at least one Pokémon aficionado made the mistake of saying that including all of the monsters in the compendium would only take five minutes each. This, in turn, motivated artists on Twitter to show off what five minutes of work would actually look like.
GameReactor: Tales of Arise was revealed during Xbox's press conference this month at E3, and since Yusuke Tomizawa is the producer of the Tales Of series, we asked him about what's new with this entry in the series when we talked to him in LA last week.