Koei Tecmo

A.O.T. 2 review: More of the same, but still good

Reviewed on PlayStation 4, copy supplied by publisher.  Offering up some of the smoothest anime action you can get your hands on, Koei Tecmo’s take on Attack on Titan is not only faithful to the series, but a dream to play. This sequel seems like it snuck up quickly, with the first installment only coming out at the tail end of 2016 in western markets, but it’s still a welcome addition...[Read More]

Dynasty Warriors 9 review: The art of bore

Reviewed on: Playstation 4. Copy supplied by publisher. When you’re responsible for a video game series that’s more than 20 years old, and has been practically identical in every single release, it must be hard to break the mould, but break it Koei Tecmo desperately needed to do, as the series has become very state and predictable with each successive numbered, and spin-off release. Dy...[Read More]

Project Zero 2: Wii Edition – why do I do this to myself?!

Welcome to “January Back Catalogue”, where we’re taking advantage of this quiet release month by catching up on all the games we’ve been meaning to play. -Stefan Bradley Project Zero 2: Wii Edition is a remake of the Playstation 2 classic Project Zero 2: Crimson Butterfly, which in the US had a more meaningful title of Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly. Don’t let the Wii Edition subtitle fool...[Read More]

A first glimpse at Koei Tecmo’s Attack on Titan

– Karly Taylor Attack on Titan took the anime world by storm in 2013 upon its release; it began as a Japanese manga series in 2009 but gained fame and a huge boost in the series’ popularity as word spread of this dark, post-apocalyptic masterpiece, quickly becoming a commercial success and selling over 50 million copies worldwide. Koei Tecmo, the company behind the ground-breakingly in...[Read More]

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