So we got more new information regarding the upcoming Demon Slayer game for the PS4. And that information is that it’s going to be developed by CyberConnect 2, the same folks who made Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot and the Naruto Storm series.
I gotta say it, nostalgia is the sole reason why we keep supporting and getting these mediocre anime games. As long as we continue to let our nostalgia blind us, we will never get good quality anime games.
I remember seeing this game a while back, thinking that it probably won’t make it over here to the west, however I’m wrong. Digimon ReArise will in fact be releasing to the West later on this year.
As skeptical as I am with new anime games, I can’t deny that the new Dragon Ball Z Kakarot looked amazing! Still, I have my concerns.
So Bandai Namco decided to premiere their latest trailer for JUMP Force and I’m puzzled by what I witnessed! There was nothing juicy at all that warranted a premiere. Had they just released the trailer, that would have been OK, but the fact that they decided to hype it up this lackluster trailer was beyond me. I mean, story-wise it’s not bad. I like the concept and ideas behind the narrative and I’m excited to see how all this will play out but I can’t be the only one who picked up on the fact that the game’s visuals and animations looked just as rough as when the game was first unveiled to the public.
In the old days, it’s well established that Vegito was always the stronger fusion, however now that Gogeta is canon things have changed. A recon took place over the weekend which saw a drastic change to how both fusions now function and I want to talk about it.
This is something that has been on my mind for quite a while now. After revisiting some of the earlier games like Storm 4, FighterZ and Xenoverse 2, it got me thinking about how we still haven’t seen many anime games reach a higher level of quality that is expected in 2018. Mediocre seems to be the normal standard with these types of games and we as anime games consumers have been enabling it for far too long!
Another year, another bulk of mobile game to rate. Last year I wrote a blog titled “Top 5 Most Friendliest F2P Gacha Game In 2017”, so it’s only natural that I’d do one for 2018. There’s a lot of mobile games this year, especially gacha games, but for me I tend to play only mobiles games that reward you for your time, not your wallet. Now there’s nothing wrong in putting some money in a mobile game, especially if you enjoy the heck outta it and want to show your support towards the devs who made the game, but for me, if I have to spend money to enjoy a mobile then it’s no fun for me.
As mobile technology continues to grow, mobile games have become more and more developed and have the point of almost offering handheld-like experience.