Games developed by Arc System Works (Page 2)

BlazBlue Central Fiction Review

BlazBlue Central Fiction Review (PlayStation 4)

Capable fighting with a massive cast

November 8, 2016 - 2D fighters have been around for decades yet BlazBlue has remained a fresh take on the genre. Seeing as this fourth BlazBlue title has a lot of competition out there, let's see how it holds up in the ring.
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Chase: Cold Case Investigations - Distant Memories Review

Chase: Cold Case Investigations - Distant Memories Review (3DS)

Prepare to be condescended to

October 17, 2016 - A detective novel by the developers of Hotel Dusk and Last Window sounds promising. But how does it hold up with so many similar titles that are also available for 3DS?
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Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator Review

Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator Review (PlayStation 4)

2D fighting has never rocked this hard

June 11, 2016 - Arc System Works' 18 year old flagship fighting franchise is back with a new installment. Although it's very similar to the previous game in the series, there's no denying that Revelator elevates Guilty Gear to possibly be the best 2D fighter in years.
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Super Strike Beach Volleyball Review

Super Strike Beach Volleyball Review (3DS)

Bump, set, fail

April 17, 2016 - Volleyball video games are a rare sight yet here's a brand new one for Nintendo's latest handheld. When you're ready, put on your most flattering swimwear and let's see if it's worth a trip to the beach.
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River City Super Sports Challenge: All Stars Special Review

River City Super Sports Challenge: All Stars Special Review (PlayStation 3)

Kunio-kun is alive and kicking

November 10, 2015 - Only badasses live in River City. This is the concept that has driven the Kunio-kun series for decades. Here, our favourite rivalling schools duke it out in a collection of four sports but is attending the festivities worth a few punches to the face?
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Family Tennis SP Review

Family Tennis SP Review (Wii U)

This family settles their feuds on the tennis court

January 16, 2015 - You would expect a game entitled Family Tennis SP to be shovelware, but it's a surprisingly good time. You'll enjoy every minute you spend as one of eight highly competitive family members while you slice, lob, and smash your way to become head of the household.
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