Shawn Vermette


Ys: Memories of Celceta is actually the third game to be called Ys IV, though it is the first to be developed by developer Nihon Falcom itself. Previously, Falcom licensed out development of Ys IV to Hudson Soft and Tonkin House, though neither game made it to the West. Now, 20 years later, Falcom is revisiting Celceta with a complete reworking for the PlayStation Vita. READ MORE


With The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav, Daedalic took on a darker bent with its point-and-click adventure game style. In Memoria, Daedalic returns to the land of Adventuria, with a sequel that will feature two protagonists separated by 500 years. READ MORE


The Final Fantasy XIII saga is the first true trilogy for the series, and Lightning Returns brings back the titular character for the finale of the story. It is also the first entry in the Final Fantasy franchise to feature a single character rather than a party during combat. We got our hands on it recently to check out how it measures up to the rest of the trilogy. READ MORE


After Halo: Reach, Bungie walked away from the series that launched competitive shooters on consoles, signing a publishing agreement with Activision. Then it went completely silent for three years while working on an entirely new project: Destiny. Now that its silence has been broken, what have we learned? READ MORE


It’s a new season of Speculator! Lucas joins the panel to discuss some enticing possibilities: Crackdown 3? Fallout 4? How about some exclusivity business for Capcom’s Deep Down?