Fret not, young weeaboos. On this First of February in the year 2013, you may have this plethora of screenshots from Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory, a sequel to Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2. Check behind the cut for the screens, but don’t forget to pre-order your kawaii copy of the game for your PS3, due out on March 12th.

Despite being absolutely in love with it, I never really got to play as much Forza Motorsport 4 as I would’ve liked over the busy Christmas period. I needed an excuse to play it again, and I finally got one when the guys at Mad Catz were kind enough to send me down their new official Wireless Force Feedback Racing Wheel – their new top-of-the-line steering wheel.

About a month ago, I wrote a rundown on all Saints Row: The Third DLC up to that point. A month on, a fair bit more DLC has arrived, and I think it’s worth taking a look at the new additions. Will the selection be better than last time? I hope so.

Genre: 2D Platformer | Developer: Blit / Christian Whitehead | Publisher: SEGA Platform: Xbox 360/PlayStation 3/Steam/iOS/Android/Windows Phone 7 Players: 1 | Rating: E (Everyone) SEGA is no stranger to porting its substantial collection of classic 90′s titles to modern hardware, especially when it comes to the Sonic franchise. These conversions have been solid but often bare-boned, with the games simply being emulated, upscaled, and dumped into a lazy-looking interface. Some [...]

Genre: Action/Adventure | Developer: Ubisoft Montreal | Publisher: Ubisoft Platform: Xbox 360/PlayStation 3/PC | Players: 1 Local/16 Online | Rating: M (Mature) Ubisoft Montreal is listed as the developer on most official literature for Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, though the game in truth was developed by a much larger crew, with Ubisoft Annecy, Massive, Quebec, Singapore and Bucharest all credited with having contributed to the game – meaning a hell of [...]

Genre: Tower Defense/Action RPG | Developer: Trendy Entertainment Publisher: Reverb Communications | Platform: Xbox 360/PlayStation 3/PC Players: 1-4 Local/Online | Rating: E10+ (Everyone 10 and Up) A long time ago in a land far, far away, some bad guy did something bad, as bad guys tend to do. Four nicely distinctive heroes saved the day and disappeared, as heroes should have more sense than to do. More time passed, and [...]

Genre: Puzzle | Developer: Eiconic Games Ltd. | Publisher: UTV Ignition Entertainment Platform: XBLA / PSN | Players: 1 | Rating: 3 (PEGI) Most of us are already familiar with the periodic table of elements, but it’s not exactly something you expect to see in a video game, is it? But here it is. Every single element, cleverly disguised as a level select screen for the latest title in the [...]

Genre: Racing | Developer: Turn 10 | Publisher: Microsoft Studios Platform: Xbox 360 | Players: 1-2 (16 Online) | Rating: E (Everyone)/PEGI 3 Every time I saw Forza Motorsport 4 at a pre-launch event the messaging from the Microsoft and Turn 10 staff was clear: This is all for the love of cars. From the plethora of tuning options and support options for less skilled players to the new ridiculous [...]

Genre: Shooter | Developer: id Software | Publisher: Bethesda Platform: Xbox 360/PlayStation 3/PC | Players: 1-2 | Rating: M (Mature) After a great many years in the making, Rage has quite a bit to prove. The team at id software have been quietly working away to make this massive title – so large it spans multiple discs on Xbox 360 – and it shows in the size of the world [...]

We’ve already established in our review that Gears of War 3 is pretty good. It’s great, in fact – the best in the series, make no mistake. No AAA game release would ever be complete without a line of licensed accessories for the hardcore fans to collect. Usually this stuff consists of cheap cash-ins, but the guys at Mad Catz and Tritton have put together a couple of serious pieces [...]