Author Archives: Matthew Kim


Part-time writer, full-time hero in training. Enjoys all manner of games that thrill, stress, and terrify. Love also includes anime with varying degrees of questionable nature. Find me on any social media and maybe we can bond over common interests? (

New Character Trailers for Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection

A whole slew of trailers were released yesterday starring and introducing the various idols you’ll be in charge of while playing Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection. There are four trailers in total featuring Neptunia, Noire, Blanc, and Vert and they all follow the same format. Introduction and banter along with some scenes of them singing and dancing in-game. It’s all fully voiced and features game footage of gameplay so it’s well worth a look if you’re interested in the title. Hyperdimension [...]

Game Music Bundle Features Broken Age, Journey, And Chance To Win Bundle Key

One of my favorite bundles around is the Game Music Bundle which consistently delivers some of the best soundtracks around. This time, Game Music Bundle is back with its 7th iteration offering diverse albums currently available. As always the available albums are separated by payment tiers, so the more you pay the more albums you get. For $1 you unlock albums for games such as Luftrausers and Double Fine’s Broken Age along with a few others. For $10 you get [...]

Arc System Works New Site Teases…BloodRayne?

Arc System Works, the popular developers behind Guilty Gear and BlazBlue, have just launched a new teaser site for an upcoming game. The countdown, superimposed with the initials BRCS, indicates 7 days until the reveal and features an anime-esque artwork showcasing a busty, leather-clad heroine with a dagger of sorts. She also happens to feature prominently the symbol seen in another series, BloodRayne. In addition is a play on Nietzsche’s famous quote: “She who fights monsters might take care lest [...]


PAX East – Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth Announced for This Fall

The Civilization games have always had a bit of fun with history. Interweaving historical monuments and figures into a game that allows for a surprisingly free reign over your chosen society. All that sounds like it could change in some interesting ways with the annoucement of Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth which, rather than looking to the past, allows players to colonize alien worlds way into humanity’s future. From some of these announcement details I get the impression that while [...]

PAX East – Titanfall DLC ‘Expedition’ Details Revealed

During a PAX East developers conference, the team at Respawn unveiled the new DLC for Titanfall titled Expedition. Included are three new maps to the Frontier: Runoff, Swamplands, and Wargames. Below is a synopsis from the devleopers. In the wake of the Battle of Demeter, IMC Expeditionary Forces travel deep into Frontier space to recover from their recent defeat. On an uncharted world, the IMC begin construction of a new fleet operations base, using newly acquired water collection and filtration [...]

Transistor Release Details for PS4 and PC Revealed

Supergiant Games has revealed the release date for their hotly anticipated title, Transistor while also revealing some answers about its release. The game will launch for PS4 and PC May 20th. The price for both PSN and Steam copies will go for $19.99 (and euro/GBP equivalent in Europe). This is also a worldwide launch and while audio will be in English, text will be available in English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, and Brazilian Portuguese. Those are the key facts [...]

Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection Confirmed for North America and Europe

Well the popular Hyperdimension Neptunia reached its logical evolution when the developers Idea Factory, Compile Heart, and Tamsoft decided to work together to create an idol sim rhythm game Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection. Basically starring the cast of the various Hyperdimension games only this time you cultivate their individual idol careers. I know what you’re thinking: How quickly can I get my hands on this title? The games will be released for the Playstation Vita June 3 (US) and June [...]

Spate Review – True Detective

It must have been some sort of coincidence that the week I played indie platformer Spate was the week I finished up watching HBO’s True Detective. It seemed given that both are noir detective stories with a good chunk of horror elements that I could reference one within the other as an easy way to grab your attention. And I need it now, because if there’s a game I’m asking you to check out, it’s Spate.

RefleX Now Available on Steam

We live in a golden age for shoot ‘em ups. This one niche genre is now available to us more than ever and yesterday, Nyu-Media released on Steam, RefleX the first title in the Greenlit Tale of ALLTYNEX trilogy. SITER SKAIN’s doujin shoot ‘em up is considered one of the best in the market and it is now available on Steam for $7.99. Below is a plot summary and link to the store page but seriously, check out this game [...]

Drakengard 3 ESRB Rating Hints At Blood, Language, and Sex

While I don’t follow too closely, the ESRB rating decisions sometimes hint at interesting aspects of the game. Usually they’re superficial details that push the game towards one rating or another. A title I’m keenly interested in however was recently rated M and the ESRB’s description for Drakengard 3 makes me think the game will be everything I expected it to be. Their description can be read below: This is a role-playing action game in which players assume the role [...]

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