The Drop: New PlayStation Games for 5/24/2016

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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for 5/24/2016
The Drop

The world needs heroes. And in the wake of old wars and rising conflicts, a legendary team plans its return. The long-awaited team shooter Overwatch is out this week on PS4.

Developed by Blizzard Entertainment, Overwatch thrusts players into a chaotic, colorful world of white-knuckle competition. Select one of the many unique heroes in the roster and face an opposing team of six in dynamic matches across the globe. Each hero brings a unique set of skills (and personality) into the match, where every move made and bullet fired could mean the difference between victory and defeat.

For a full list of games coming to PlayStation this week, read on. And enjoy the Drop!

New Releases: May 24, 2016
Arcade Archives Formation Armed F
PS4 — Digital (Out 5/27)

Arcade Archives Armed F

‘Armed F’ is a shooting game that was released from Nichibutsu in 1988.
Players equip ‘Armor’ what can make variety attacks, and fight in variety world such as the insect stage and the machine stage. Wipe out enemies in a wide range attack with reversing the Armor to change formations.

Crazy Strike Bowling EX
PS4 — Digital (Out 5/25)

Crazy Strike Bowling EX

Join Aiden, Mr. Jenkins and a host of other cute, fun-filled characters in Crazy Strike Bowling EX, a wacky bowling game fit for the whole family! Get a strike in new and distant bowling lands from the exotic forests of the Amazon to the pyramids of Egypt!, battle your friends in exhibition or battle mode, or dodge obstacles in challenge mode! Go crazy and use your character’s special move to knock those bowling pins into oblivion while unlocking secret worlds and costumes! With level-ups, Crazy Strike Bowling EX is a strike for all ages!

PS4, PS Vita — Digital


Downwell is a curious game about a young person venturing down a well in search of untold treasures with only his Gunboots for protection. Make your way further and further down into the darkness filled with nasty creatures and mysterious secrets to collect the spectacular red gems scattered about the rocks.

Dungeons 2
PS4 — Digital, Retail

Dungeons II

In Dungeons 2, fulfil the Dungeon Lord’s insatiable quest for vengeance by recruiting fearsome new monsters from all corners of the underworld in order to undertake his evil bidding. Take control of the mighty Dungeon Lord and craft a network of unique and terrifying dungeons and recruit an army of fearsome creatures. Prepare to defend your Kingdom against those pesky heroes and go above ground to wage war on their human cities.

The Last Blade 2
PS4, PS Vita — Digital

The Last Blade 2

“Hell’s Gate” is a boundary between life and death. Four ‘Mythological Symbols’ are about to fight an ultimate spirit awakened from the netherworld to the death, and send him straight to ‘Hell’s Gate’. In addition to 12 combatants from the previous title, 4 brand new characters and 2 hidden characters join the fight in the gorgeous roster of 18 characters. Select your favorite sword attack type among the “POWER”, “SPEED”, and “EXTREME” modes. Master the ”REPEL” mechanic to counter your opponent’s attacks, and when the time comes activate the “SUPER SECRET SLASH”, “HIDDEN SECRET SLASH” and “ENIGMA FRENZY-ATTACK” ultimate techniques in order to change the outcome of the battle! Discover or rediscover “THE LAST BLADE 2”, which is still considered as the pinnacle of the blade-based fighting game genre around the world to this day!

PS4 — Digital


Witness the rebirth of a genre in Lumo – a classic isometric adventure with a modern twist for gamers young and old alike!

As a contemporary take on the long-lost isometric platform genre, Lumo can be enjoyed by anyone looking for an absorbing, challenging and rewarding adventure. But for those who lived through the golden age of videogames – the 80s and early 90s – or know about the games and culture from that time, layer upon layer of nods, winks and touches to those times help build upon an experience that’s as heart-warming as it is exciting!

With over 400 rooms across four unique zones, six hidden mini-games and all kinds of secrets to uncover, Lumo is a true voyage of discovery. How much you discover just depends on how hard you look…

PS4 — Digital, Retail


Clash on the battlefields of tomorrow and choose your hero from a diverse cast of soldiers, scientists, adventurers, and oddities. Bend time, defy physics, and unleash a dizzying array of extraordinary powers and weapons. Engage your enemies in iconic locations from around the globe in the ultimate team-based shooter. Take your place in Overwatch… the world needs heroes.

PS4 — Digital


RETSNOM is an innovative puzzle platformer game in pixel art style that allows players to alter the game environment by mirroring sections of the level and rearranging it on the fly.

Mirrors reflect objects left to right. Players should understand the way how mirrors flip the world to solve the stages. The ability to bend the world to player’s will is a very cool gameplay mechanic, that rewards experimentation as players make their way through this rather sinister world.

You have a daughter. She is unfortunately infected by a zombie virus. The only way to save your daughter is to visit the laboratory in the future and steal the medicine that is expected to be made by your colleagues. But the future research team is hiding in the maze using mirrors. They decorated the maze using features of a mirror in each level.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan
PS4, PS3 — Digital, Retail

TMNT Mutants in Manhattan

Battle alongside your brothers through the sewers, subways, and streets of NYC to take down Shredder and Krang’s evil organization, Foot by Foot. Unleash custom combat skills and powerful team combos to save Manhattan from the overwhelming dark forces growing in the shadows.

  • Assemble your team in 4-player online co-op mode!
  • Fight fan-favorite enemies like Bebop and Rocksteady!
  • Visually stunning, fast-paced combat true to PlatinumGames’ signature style.
  • Gritty comic-inspired art style turns a new chapter in TMNT history!
  • Original story penned by IDW Comic’s TMNT author, Tom Waltz

Zombies: The Last Survivor
PS Vita — Digital

Zombies The Last Survivor

The world is over and the zombie apocalypse is here. For years you have been preparing for this moment and it finally happened. Resisting in your bunker is harder and harder, your food is almost gone, your ammo is finished and your weapons are broken. Your only chance to survive is reaching a rescue point, through many days of travel.

Go deep into the 16 passionate levels in which you test your aim and your skills crushing as many zombies as you can.

Zombies: The Last Survivor is a mix between a 2D shooter and an Action RPG. During the game you will have 4 different weapons, counting mines, and you will use them to finish with 15 kinds of zombies that you will find on your way to salvation.

PlayStation Music Logo

  • Ro James – El Dorado
  • Catfish & The Bottlemen – The Ride
  • Lacuna Coil – Delirium

PlayStation Video Logo

  • Vinyl | Season 1
  • The Brothers Grimsby (+ Extremely Outrageous Deleted Scenes)
  • 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi
  • Hail, Caesar!
  • The Finest Hours

PlayStation Vue Logo

  • Preacher- May 22 at 10/9c (AMC)
  • The Night Manager- May 24 at 10/9c (AMC)
  • UEFA Champions League Final- May 28 at 2:45ET (FOX)

The information above is subject to change without notice.

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  • Overwatch :3

  • Can’t wait for new Turtles game!

    • Me either. I pre-ordered, which is rare for me.

    • I really would have preferred if they included local co-op as well. In either case, I’ll be waiting for reviews and a price drop before I grab it.

  • Definitely picking up Downwell! That game was MADE to be one Vita :D

  • congrats on the baby ryan,…. cant wait for the last blade 2 and tmnt

  • rafael_martines

    OMIGOD The Last Blade *_* Real Bout 2 next plz SNK

  • foxhoundsoldier

    Congrats on the baby Clements!

  • Overwatch (picking it up tomorrow morning)
    Down well

    Awesome week.

    Also, I’m surprised that guy the post about his hacked pep is not here.

  • Was hoping to see Gran Turismo 3 and 4 added to the ps2 section this week since gran turismo sport has been the talk of the town all week. Would of been a great time to release it this week. Still hope to see it real soon.

  • The Last Blade 2 is all I need. Been waiting months for this.

  • Can I get confirmation from a Sony rep that Overwatch will be downloadable & playable tomorrow? The fact there is no pre-download option (unlike xbox) is a little worrying.

  • My vita is SO ready for Downwell!

  • It’s hiiiigh noon!

  • Tried Overwatch Beta, definitely not my type game. +Champions are not balanced

  • OMG!!! Thank you for finally putting the PS One classic, Vigilante 8, on the Playstation Store! After all, it’s only been on the Japanese store for four years!!! The game has long been one of my favorites and it looks and plays great on my PS Vita. Oh, wait a minute…. I’m actually playing Vigilante 8 on my hacked PSP. Sorry, my mistake!

  • where’s the vita version for lumo? is it coming later or was it canned?

    • That’s what I’d like to know. I’m assuming it’s stealth cancelled.

      Oh well, Downwell for me, and then saving money instead of spending it on Lumo.

    • Hi guys, just asked the developer and it’s out in a couple of weeks – cross-buy and cross-save, so hold those horses. I’ll pick it up on PS4 on the EU store for the time being then look forward to playing on the vita! :-) Love this kind of retro game but you guys probably don’t have the videogame nostalgia that we have in the UK.

  • I’ll be buried in Overwatch this week. That Ninja Turtles game looks great as well. TMNT and Platinum Games is a fantastic combo on paper. I hope it’s good.

    Downwell is fantastic, definitely check it out. It’s only $3 on PC and mobile, so hopefully it’s priced close to that. Great little game for the price.

  • Boo! To not having money, I mean – definitely not Overwatch. MAN do I wish I could pick that up this week, and TMNT, and Last Blade 2. I also think Lumo and Crazy Strike Bowling EX look like they could be fun, but they’re not priorities – I’d like to grab them much later on this year though. Just DARN IT, lack of money and free time.

    Kids today better appreciate having so much free time during this constant onslaught of awesome games they’re getting this gen; this is magnitudes more amazing games coming out than we had back in the N64/PSX/Dreamcast days! But I know too many dummies are wasting time on tablet/smartphone garbage, urrgh.

  • I would really like to see Red Faction 1 & 2 added to the PS4 classics. One of the first games with destructive inviroment. Putting C-4 on the bad guys was always fun.

  • I am getting Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and likely Last Blade 2.

  • Please double check with Lumo’s studio: they had already posted on this blog that the game would launch for PS4 and PS Vita as a cross-buy title:

  • I really want Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to be good… but lets be honestly i’m not trusting it to be. Luckily Platinum games does have a good history so we’ll see if it pulls out a winner… but when a game is forced to be released along with the terrible movie… i’m a little worried. but hopefully they can pull a Ratchet and Clank and make an awesome game with a so so movie.

    • @whereymyconary Me? I’m hoping that this Mutants in Manhattan game is 100x better than that pile of cow manure Out of Shadows game.

    • I think the game will be at least alright. With Amazon Prime I am not paying a high amount for it. However I really liked Transformers Devastation, so I may end up being surprised. However I would love it if the original arcade game and the original Turtles in Time got released on PSN.

    • Platinum rarely makes a bad game. I’d be a lot more surprised if it were bad.

  • we need PSone game suport for PS4. is it ever comeing.

  • Nothing really for me this week. Oh well. Only two weeks to Atelier Sophie. :)

    The TMNT game I’ll probably wait for a sale for… it’s too expensive up here in Canada for what it is. Looks good though either way.

  • Excited just for Downwell.

    Would be excited for Crazy Strike if i had a PS4.

  • Ok, so the PS4 has all this massive power behind it… I just don’t get why a simplistic game like “Lumo” is made for this platform only. Games like this don’t show off or stretch the PS4 in any way. They seem more like filler each week, so Sony can simply pad the number of Weekly Releases. The game would be MUCH better suited to the PS Vita….in fact, it would be perfect for the Vita. Yet, time and time again, each week here, I see all these platformers and 8-bit games released for the PS4 and not for the Vita.

    Boggles the mind, doesn’t it? And also just goes to show the lack of support for the Vita, which is pretty infuriating for loyal Vita owners like myself.

    Make no mistake… I love my PS4 to death. But I’m not sitting by the phone waiting to hear that “Lumo” has been released for it….and platformers are one of my favorite genres.

    • Looks like Lumo will release on ps vita June 2016.

    • Thanks for the info…..that’s good to hear. Still unsure why they continue to bring out these kind of games for the PS4, all while charging premium prices.

      It’s like having a 4K HDTV and playing a VHS on it. I just don’t get it.

    • So you think Sony shouldn’t allow indie games on the ps4 because its overpowered or that they should tell companies you can’t make this game for the ps4 but we’ll take a vita version? That’s incredibly poor logic you have there. Sony is open to Indies for a plethora of good reasons but one example is that if we didn’t get these games you called fillers we would barely get anything. Do you realize how long AAA games take to make? Also you should realize not every game is made to please you specifically.

    • The PS4 is easy to develop for, and has a large install base, and isn’t bogged down with the hundreds of thousands of indies that Steam has, so games get better visibility here.

      It makes perfect sense that small teams develop small games for the ps4.

    • +1! Many of the indie titles released for PS4 have already been on PC. They are cheaper on Steam, and being retro-titles don’t require anything special to play. If indie titles were priced more reasonably, I’d probably look a little closer. Many different sites routinely bundle indie games for the PC, which makes their cost on PS4 seem even more ludicrous.

      I suspect indie fans and haters are separated by a generation gap or two. I don’t want to relive games from the 90s (or earlier) on my PS4. Anyway, I’ll just continue the support these indie games the best way I know how: I won’t buy them!

    • Steam does not sell the same titles cheaper than they are on PSN and most of the indie bundles also end up on PS4 if they were on Steam. Like Dragon Book Fantasy for example. The only games that tend to go on super sale on Steam are either much older titles or the ones the majority of people could care less about like Breath of Death VIII which goes on sale on Steam fairly frequently or gets bundles with the Cthulu game.

      Now Borderlands 2 DLC tends to go on sale on Steam which does not seem to happen on PSN and the Xbox Store. Other than that same prices and same sales most of the time. You can almost start to guess what will be on sale when and where sometimes. Even funnier when they all have the exact same sale going at the same time and people still say, blah blah blah has the better sale. Call of Duty had the exact same sale going on all three platforms the same week and all at the same prices and people were still arguing over who was cheaper.

    • @Veryhoudini- your argument is flawed. There’s a difference between a really elementary 8-bit indie like “Retsnom” which could be played on a PS ONE (it’s almost a joke on the PS4) vs. a terrific indie like “Outlast”, which makes ample use of the PS4’s capability.

      Don’t confuse the argument, son.

    • To put it bluntly. The more games the console has, the healthier it is. Why? Because people have different tastes and the more different people a console can offer software for, the better for us all.

      Be happy these games are out, even if they don’t appeal to you, because they mean that there’s someone else out there who is interested in the console who is getting what THEY want… and as a result, there’s one more console that’s been sold. The more consoles sold, the more AAA games it gets down the line, which are what you’re after – right?

      It’s kind of like if you look at MMO development. Sure raiders may not want silly things like non-combat pets or achievements for exploring the world… but for every non-raider the game keeps subscribed, the developers have more money to be able to put towards creating more raids – since raids are usually the most expensive part of the game’s development.

      Same thing here, for every person who likes indy games we appeal to, the console’s market share gets a bit better which makes publishers happier about investing in large games for the platform.

  • You can’t affect how ppl think, always bashing indies before playing simply because it’s an indie. Personally i couldn’t care less about indies being on current gen because alot of them are really good like Bastion, 5 star Wrestling, Dust an Elslayn Tail etc Just because you heard game(s) aren’t good doesn’t make it true. Currently im anticipating Rainbow Skies a SRPG indie that has gameplay like Disgaea

    I don’t agree with pc ports in ps store updates but if ppl purchase them & it makes them happy then ..

    I’d rather see Vita games added then Arcade Archive games that you can literally 100% trophies within 30 minutes or less

    Just TMNT for myself, been waiting for a TMNT game for awhile after playing OOTS on last gen imo it was a failure so hopefully this TMNT is an improvement

    • TheHerbinator75

      The majority of my favorite titles on both PS3 and PS4 have been indie titles. I don’t expect every game to look like Uncharted 4. I am all about ideas in gaming and indie gaming tends to be much more focused on pure gameplay mechanics rather than AAA titles these days.

    • Has NOTHING to do with Indies, per se. As I’ve said, “Outlast” comes from an indie studio (Red Barrels) and it makes great use of the PS4’s capabilities. I’m talking about games that are more retro than even retro, games with graphics SO old that you could (and SHOULD) play them on a console 2 or 3 generations previous.

      A game like “Retsnom” is an insult to be released for the PS4. Like I said, it’s like playing a VHS tape on an ultra-HD 4K television.

      It’s almost a joke.

  • TheHerbinator75

    I was pleasantly surprised go see The Last Blade 2 dropping this week. Last time I played that game was on the Dream cast if my memory serves me correct

  • Nothing on the list appeals to me this week. I did pick up Midnight Club LA Complete Edition from the flash sale for $3.99 so I’m good this week.

  • Looking to pick up Crazy Strike Bowling. I still play The Last Blade 2 on my Dream cast from time to time but not willing to buy it again after all these years. Still it’s a fun fighter and I’d encourage those who didn’t get to play it in the past to give it a shot.. I wanted to pick up Dungeons 2 but the reviews were a let down. If it ever gets a price drop I’ll be all in. I’m still weeding through my back log so I have plenty of time…!

  • Really hope “Persona 3 FES (PS2)” gets released on ps4 sometime soon.

  • Restnom is Monster but backward

  • @Tatanka- “Many of the indie titles released for PS4 have already been on PC. They are cheaper on Steam, and being retro-titles don’t require anything special to play. If indie titles were priced more reasonably, I’d probably look a little closer”

    EXACTLY! If a retro-retro-retro game is released for the PS4 (probably 8 or 16-bit graphics), it should reflect retro prices as well. None of these games should cost more than 99 cents, in my opinion. If anyone is willing to pay upwards of $15 dollars for a game that is more suited for the PS ONE, they need to have their heads examined.

    If anything, tiny games like that would be perfect on the PS Vita’s small screen, where the flaws of such a game graphically would be downplayed. Honestly, a game like that on the PS4? I don’t see how you wouldn’t get a gigantic headache, for real.

    • Except they are not actually cheaper on Steam. Like Dragon Book Fantasy which is $9.99 on both and the collection is available on both. Bastion, Elysium, Pinball, and so on.

      On top of that while I have a gaming PC, I still prefer to play games like Bastion on PS4 over my PC. Also I get the benefit of many of them also being useable on my Vita along side the PS3/PS4 versions.

      If there is a market for it, then they might as well cater to them. Not like Sony is personally dedicating all of their own teams or telling all the big “AAA” developers to make those sort of games. They are just allowing indie companies to make games for their platform and sell it which helps the indie companies get noticed even more. Even 8-bit games like Dragon Book Fnatasy.

  • So basically because you don’t think indies or retro games deserve a spot in the ps store or for nothing more them $.99 then no no one can have them because supposedly they give ppl a headache. .. Anyhow, ppl pay for classics from PSX like FF7 ported numerous times then trophy support & a remaster .. No one says anything about that, just don’t put retro retro retro games in the ps store. Imo FF7 doesn’t deserve a remaster because it’s already on current gen with trophy support. Square can’t release Kh3 until they recover loses from FF7 remaster, Star Ocean, FFXII port with trophy support & FFXV

    I’ve tried debating FF7 doesn’t need a remaster as well as debating with randoms that current gen games in development take awhile before release so they fill the ps store with low budget games each week just so they can keep us happy or pass it off as a ps store update. ..debating here or anywhere won’t affect anything anytime soon

    Randoms have no problem paying for FF7 numerous times or a remaster & most likely expansions or additional party members just don’t add indies or retro games, exactly.

    • My good man, if you want to pay $9.99 for a game designed for an inferior system, you go for it and you enjoy. Gigantic waste if you ask me, but do whatever you’d like.

      @silentnova- “If there is a market for it, then they might as well cater to them.”
      Ya see, I don’t think there IS a market for this. I doubt most PS4 gamers are all geeked up to play a game 30 years old that you can barely make out on the screen, it’s so pixelated. You want to? As I said, enjoy!

      As for me, I prefer to play games on a system that came out within the last 15 years. Nothing wrong with the occasional retro game, but they have an incredible arrogance to charge first-gen prices (digital, not retail).

    • Except none of these indies really charge first gen prices. Often starting at $10 and going to $20 unless they have a boat load of add-ons later.

      Now some fairly high scale ones charge more if they manage to get good voice actors and are able to spend money on the graphics, but even then most are not over $40.

      Also not seeing a market as not the same as one existing and you originally said they essientally had no place on the console. The market for PS4 is expanding in so many directions it would be very hard for a game not to find some form of success on the console unless it seriously required a feature the PS4 simply has zero support for a feature of the game. Like most touchscreen games would not likely transition well onto the PS4 if that was actually a major part of the functionality.

      The problem with current gamers think that there are specific markets per platform and that is really not true. If you look at Steam, the games that have done super well on it, have also done super well on console. Like Borderlands 2 for example. Appealing to the largest audience possible is always a positive in this market.

    • Except, I doubt that making “Retsnom” for the PS4 is appealing to the largest market. Theres not a big market for an 8-bit game like that on the PS4. Likewise, I’m quite certain no one bought a PS4 so they could play a game like “Retsnom” or “Lumo”.

      What’s most offensive is the prices for these “barely there” games. 99 cents? Ok, sure, some folks might pony up a dollar for some game with 30-year-old graphics that probably would keep someone enthralled for all of 5 minutes. Anything pricier is highway robbery. To be honest, such a game should be a freebie for gamers.

      But, of course, I’m sure there’s someone out there who doesn’t mind plopping down $19.99 for a game best suited for the Atari 2600.

      To each their own.

    • I seriously doubt Retsnom will cost more than $9.99. But yes games like that actually have been doing fairly well. Like Lone Survivor for example and the other game I personally cannot remember the title of. I refer to as 8-bit Shadow of the Colossus.

      The point is if you felt it was to each their own, you would not have griped about such games being on PSN for the PS4 in the first place.

      Sometimes a game being kind of simple in design can be fun to go back to. Like Doom while it has much better graphics than its predecessors went back to simple design. No reload on weapons, fast motion, no fall damage, and armor/health pick ups. Also tons of secret rooms.

      Granted I am not one of the people that will likley buy Retsnom, but that game was not geared towards me in anyway. However it has a fairly big market and that market does exist on PS4. I just do not see why so many people complain when any game gets released for the most part. This year alone I have gotten about eight new games for PS4. I do not care for Overwatch at all. How is that in any way hindering my experience when I have already gotten so many games?

  • Gigantic waist as appose to weapon skin dlc or map packs for FPS games, as i already said about indies or retro games “if ppl purchase them & it makes them happy then” Because you think it’s a gigantic waist or assume no one anticipates 30 year old retro games doesn’t make it true. PS4 isn’t inferior, PS3 was & still is the more inferior system. So my good man because you don’t like seeing something or don’t think others get hyped-up over it like mountain dew doesn’t mean it doesn’t deserve a spot in the ps store. This fourm isn’t for debating what you expected or don’t think is required of current gen, they have public fourms for that as well as topics on Us.PlayStation for randoms who bash indies in the ps plus selection & not free AAA games.

    The point is they can’t keep everyone happy all the time, why i waist time explaining is beyond me. You debating here on this fourm won’t affect anything as anyone knows this isn’t a debate fourm & no one will really see it anyhow.

    • Who are YOU to say what this forum can be used for? Last I checked, you weren’t a Sony censor (or are you?).

      There’s a history of healthy debate on this blog.

      Deal with it, son.

    • There’s a history of healthy debate, and you’ve never been a part of any of it because your opinions can always be summed up as: “If it doesn’t appeal to me, it shouldn’t be on my console” which is not an argument that can spawn ‘debate’.

  • Wil Batman return to arkham be downloadable on consoles.

    • Yes it will be. It just might not be pre-orderable, but it is still kind of early announcement wise.

  • I love RPG’s and was curious if i could suggest including Dragon Quest VIII The journey of the cursed king in on the psn? Please i love that game along with some other good RPG classics.

  • Who writes these descriptions? Why bother putting the text up if it reads so poorly.

  • Am I the only one that is embarrassed about some of these games and their synopsises. I understand that English may not be every developers first language, but someone in the North American offices at Sony needs to help them. A poorly written statement about your game could potentially cost your game a large amount of sales. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles had a great sales pitch. It shared what it was and what I could expect. On the other hand Zombies: The Last Survivor and Retsnom descriptions and picture really doesn’t tell me anything. I will not spend my money on them. Somebody please help these developers with writing a better grammatically coherent descriptions for their games. This will help us to spend our money on them. which will help the game industry.

    • When I see a game that looks interesting I tend to look up videos on it for insight into the gameplay rather than just relying on a paragraph here. In respect to translations and foreign products I kind of give a little leeway to those products because I understand that niche products won’t have a top tier marketing for it and again use videos to help decide if it’s worth buy or not. It’s far easier to complain though.

  • Many of these write ups are poorly written. Do these get proofread for grammar and typos. Some of these seem like translation issues.

  • I was super stoked over The Last Blade 2, but it seems the game is currently broken. I can only get a few fights in before it crashes. Every time, it’s on the Large Fire at Wadamoya Stage.

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