Granted three warheads of distinct, radial destructive capability, your goal in Minivision’s Destructamundo is to raze clusters of planets to their core using explosive chain reactions.
On the floor of the Indie Mega Booth at PAX Prime this year, MiniVisions had two physical arcade cabinets rigged to run Woah Dave!. They didn’t ask me to plug in quarters to extend my play session, but damn, they certainly asked for some arcade know-how.
Even if GM Connected and EA Sports Hockey League (EASHL) weren’t rumoured to be absent from NHL 15, I’d still be concerned.
Tokyo ESP drops rights into the late stages of a tense plot with terrorist espers rebelling against the Japanese government, and its unorthodox introduction works in its favour to set up what should be an interesting cour of anime.
Satomi Koutaro has a terribly supernatural freeloader problem threatening his new peaceful bargain of an apartment, but despite the spirits and aliens haunting him, Rokujyouma no Shinryakusha!? comes across rather mundane.
Zankyou no Terror is probably going to ask you to think — and lead by the direction of Shinichiro Watanabe, that shouldn’t surprise anyone.
A high school pervert summons a witch who can grant his every wish and that’s the most important thing you need to know about Majimoji Rurumo.