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XSEED Gives Shantae: Half-Genie Hero a North American Release for Switch

XSEED Games announced today that they’ll be bringing Shantae: Half-Genie Hero a proper release in North America on the Nintendo Switch, as the game will be ported over on May 8th. Aside from the regular game release, the company will be offering a $40 “Ultimate Day One” Edition that will include a 30-track soundtrack, a 100-page […]

XSEED is Bringing Ys: Memories of Celceta to the West

XSEED Games have announced their plans to bring Ys: Memories of Celceta to PC in 2018 as a port of the PS Vita title. XSEED made the announcement on a special Livestream on their Twitch channel earlier today. Memories of Celceta was originally developed by Nihon Falcom in 2013, and takes place one year after the […]

XSEED Drops A New Trailer For ‘ Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash’

XSEED Games, one of the many fine makers of titles filled with women in bikinis and underwear, have released a new trailer for Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash. The is actually the second trailer to focus on DLC character additions, specifically to highlight that Super Sonico will be added to the roster as a playable character. No […]

Ranga Gets A Character Trailer For ‘Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection’

Leading up to the release of Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection on October 31st, XSEED is looking to hype you on the game all the way to the finish line with new character trailers. The latest focuses on Ragna, a pilot who crashed and was saved by the vampire princess Alwen du Moonbria. He’s been asked to do her […]

Reliving For The Fun Of It: We Review ‘Ys Seven’ On Steam

Ys Seven was already an amazing series that sadly, only got to be experienced by players who owned a PlayStation Portable. In 2012, China was the first country to get a PC version of the game, which fans have been asking to see for a while. Now, XSEED Games and Marvelous has finally given everyone […]

Finding A Home On Other Consoles: We Review ‘Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star’

Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star is a single-player action game that has been around for about seven month in the U.S. on PS4 and Vita. The game has gotten some decent reviews, nothing truly horrible but nothing stellar, it’s basically been judged as an okay game on both consoles. This month, the game makes it’s official […]

Feeling Like I Went Back A Decade With ‘Akiba’s Beat’

The Akiba series has got some interesting games to its name. While it didn’t come to America until 2016, Akiba’s Trip was given a lot of praise in Japan. The subsequent games are either really loved or hated on, depending on how you feel about the story. While we were getting Trip, Japan was getting […]