Tag Archive: gungho

An interview with LET IT DIE's game director, Hideyuki Shin-San

A sit down with the man, the myth, the legend, Hideyuki Shin-San

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Hands on with LET IT DIE for the PS4

Tyler spends some quality time with GungHo and Grasshopper Manufacture's awesome hack-and-slash survival action title.

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Republique review for PS4

Ever wonder what kind of offspring a Bioshock-Metal Gear Solid tryst would produce? Wonder no more.

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Puzzle & Dragons is getting an International Tournament

You can submit your entry for the tournament now, with qualifiers in December.

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Grandia II Anniversary Edition review for PC

If you are wondering what to do in this massive drought of good classic JRPGs then you shouldn't pass this up!

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République to sneak onto PS4 early next year

GungHo and Camouflaj's stylish episodic stealth title will be sneaking onto the PS4 in early 2016.

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Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition review for 3DS

The wildly-popular mobile game lands on 3DS, with two content-packed titles in one remarkably fun package.

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GungHo bringing Grandia II to PC

GungHo Online Entertainment and GameArts have revealed that they are indeed hard at work on bringing one of the most beloved, classic Dreamcast JRPGs of all time, Grandia II, to the PC.

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Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition dropping onto 3DS May 22nd

GungHo's ultra-popular portable puzzler is officially hitting the Nintendo 3DS as a 2-in-1 bundle on May 22nd for under $30.

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Grasshopper Manufacture acquired by GungHo Online Entertainment

The creators of No More Heroes, Lollipop Chainsaw, Killer7 and other unique titles will be joining Game Arts, Acquire and GRAVITY under the GungHo banner.

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Dokuro review for PS Vita

Here's the thing you need to know about Dokuro: if you're going to play (and if you own a Vita, you absolutely should), you need to be okay with dying. Like, a lot.

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Ragnarok Odyssey review for PS Vita

Ragnarok Odyssey presents a lackluster Monster Hunter clone for Vita owners, that does little to capture the feel and wonderment of the series it's trying to hard to mimic. Competent online play is a plus, but everything else feels like a chore.

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