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With the pleasant and cathartic combat system in mind, Ruvato: Original Complex on Xbox might be all that some people are looking for. The game can be completed within one or two sittings, and the combat certainly is engaging enough to warrant said completion. But if you just don’t see the appeal of repetitive, unoriginal, overly dramatic anime stories, you’re better off forgetting this one.
The team at PQube have been awfully busy of late, pushing out announcements and games at an astonishing pace. But today isn't just about an announcement, nor is it about a release of a game - it's about both, as Zengeon releases on Steam as well as getting full console confirmation treatment.
It’s no secret that Xbox has never really had that many Anime related games compared to its rival consoles on the market, but that doesn't mean there aren't any crackers. Here's a list of 5 of the best.
Fancy mixing together a rogue-lite anime-styled adventure that deals with hack and slash opportunities as you make your way through a colourful fantasy world? The snappily titled RemiLore: Lost Girl in the Lands of Lore on Xbox One certainly fits the bill.
Looking for a beat 'em up with a difference? Well how about you become a bit of a carrot cruncher?
Bandai Namco have revealed what could be the most epic crossover this side of Avengers: Infinity War, with some of the greatest characters of anime coming together for a new fighting game, JUMP FORCE!
If you cast your mind all the way back to early 2016, you will remember that the popular manga and anime series Attack on Titan made its first foray into gaming with Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom. Well, Eren and the gang are back, as deadly as ever, with today’s release of A.O.T. 2!
If you’re a fan of classic bubble popping, colour matching or Tetris style games, then Raining Blobs could be the next game for you.
Which are the best and worst discounts in place via the Deep Silver and Anime Month sale on Xbox One? We take a look.
First released on the SEGA Mega Drive way back in 1992, it's time for the iconic Gleylancer to be revived for modern consoles - with launch on Xbox, PlayStation and Switch. Oh, and it's fully optimised for the next-gen too.
We get bombarded with movies and comics about superheroes, but what about the henchmen, lackeys and extras? What about the people who consistently get an elbow to the face, who run bravely into combat even though they are up against an Asgardian god? What motivates them? Henchman Story from Top Hat Studios looks to address the balance.
Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Hinokami Chronicles may have the longest name in video gaming history, but with it being the official game of the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba anime, there's sure to be more than a smattering of interest going around. Today it's time for the Demon Slayer to unleash on Xbox, PlayStation and PC.
Tales of Arise is great at almost everything it attempts, but it does just falls short of having the wow factor and possesses a couple of niggling factors to boot. Nevertheless it’s absolutely worth picking up if you’re after an action-RPG to sink a load of hours into.
Library of Ruina has an audience but I’m sure much of that audience would have already played it on PC. Deck-building games are insanely fun and addicting, doubly so for one with a great narrative as well, so if you're a fan of the genre it's a no-brainer to get involved. However if you're looking to just learn more about what these games bring, it’ll maybe be best to pass on this one till you've got a bit more experience.
The music is fun, the art is great throughout, and the general premise is interesting. Then again, none of that is so interesting that it’s worth sticking through the late game combat, yawn-inducing story, and milquetoast characters. Perhaps diehard JRPG fans will find something to love with Dodgeball Academia, but if that isn’t you then this is one you’ll want to dodge.
Cris Tales succeeds in what it sets out to do. It isn’t as good as Chrono Trigger but is still a very good RPG in its own right. I hesitate to call it a JRPG as it doesn’t have that feel, but is still as competent and enjoyable a game as I’ve played in a long time, all helped along by a great art style, enjoyable time-bending mechanics and a story that will keep you hooked.
Even long after completing the game, you’ll continue to enjoy playing through every level again and again because it is just that much fun. Bloodroots is a triumph and hopefully a sign of more things to come from a wickedly talented studio.
There’s a good chance that you will love Omno just by looking at the screenshots, but get hands on and you’ll very quickly learn why that love is real. Yes there are a couple of niggles, particularly in the accuracy of the gliding, but apart from that this is a gaming experience that is near damn perfect.
On one hand, Doki Doki Literature Club Plus! delivers an unbelievably surprising, chilling and suspenseful story. On the other hand, it will be a slog for those who don’t enjoy sifting through dialogue for 3-4 hours. Regardless, this is a story every seasoned gamer should at least try to experience.
If the recently released New Pokémon Snap caught your eye, Beasts of Maravilla Island is here to scratch that itch once more.
Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX on Xbox is a fun and charming reintroduction to one of gaming’s oft-forgotten but still influential platforming icons. The game is tough to be sure, and is very old school and dated in some of its design conventions, but the quality-of-life improvements and the visual facelift help modernise this classic platformer.
You've probably seen a bit about ENDER LILIES: Quietus of the Knights, after all we went hands on with it a few months back in Early Access form and since then it's dropped onto PC and Nintendo Switch in full fat form. Now though it comes to Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S - TODAY - with a PlayStation edition dropping a little further down the line.
If you enjoy an ARPG, spending time with Scarlet Nexus is a no-brainer - the story and action is strong enough to suck you in and keep you playing. With time travel, psychic powers and huge monsters to kick in the teeth, it’s one hell of a roller coaster ride from start to finish. The slight let-downs of the side quests aside, this is a more than assured entry into the genre, that wholeheartedly deserves a whirl.
Cross the Moon’s a stylish and enthralling vampire tale, and there are very few visual novels that have its confidence. It has a sure hand in its photography, soundtrack and plotting, and - as long as you can stomach the lack of any interaction at all - you’ll take great glee in unwrapping its mysteries. You won’t ever come back to play Cross the Moon, but one of its unexpected moments or lilting songs will sink its fangs into you.