Posts From Trent Watherston

Here we are again, and who would have thought it? It’s been 4 years since we were first introduced to the universe of Fabula Nova Chrystallis. It has been without a doubt a bumpy road with some very interesting results, dividing much of the Final Fantasy and JRPG communities. Nevertheless, we have arrived at the conclusion of this massive trilogy with the release of Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII.

It’s been eleven years since the original release of the blockbuster PS2 hit, Kingdom Hearts. Even after all this time, it’s still one of the most engaging, colourful and memorable titles to for gamers to experience. Now, with the release

The Dance Central series has been a pioneering series for the Xbox Kinect. As a franchise that’s gotten many a player up off the lounge and into a variety dance routines to a large track list of songs, it’s been

Review: FIFA 13

It’s that time of year again: another FIFA release in what’s become an inevitable and welcome addition with every release. But what’s changed to make this latest release a required pickup for soccer fanatics? With FIFA 12, Electronic Arts added

Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s comedic cartoon creation South Park has been commercially successful as an animated show on television. Revealed in November of 2011, South Park is attempting something new with an RPG title. While at the EB Games Expo,

Preview: Tomb Raider

Tomb Raider has been a series that of late has been hit and miss and has struggled to evolve alongside the consoles it appears on. Recently announced to be receiving a large reboot, Tomb Raider is the game that Square

Just when we all thought that our adventures with Kratos were finished at the conclusion of God of War 3, along comes another title from the famed SCE Santa Monica Studio. While the narrative reached a conclusion at the end

Preview: FIFA 13

At a recent preview event held by Electronic Arts, we here at had the opportunity to see EA Sports latest entry for the famed FIFA series. The upcoming release will feature a vast array of refinements that will continue

There have been a variety of Tekken releases on the current generation of consoles, but until now, only Tekken 6 was considered a true current-gen Tekken title. With the release of Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Namco has provided another excellent

This review has been a long time coming. As I sit here with my copy of The Witcher 2: Enchanced Edition for the Xbox 360 laying across the desk next to me, I can’t help but feel nostalgic. It’s a

Fans of the original Company of Heroes were no doubt excited with the recent announcement that the long awaited sequel of the title was on its way.  I recently attended THQ’s Pre-E3 event, where I got an exclusive peak at

It’s no secret that I’m a devout and incredibly loyal fan to Konami’s Silent Hill series; regardless of how many times I come back disappointed by the lack of a true ‘pushing-the-envelope’ sequel that I and many diehard fans long

[gameinfo title=”Game Info” game_name=”Silent Hill: Downpour” developers=”Vatra Games” publishers=”Konami” platforms=”Xbox 360, PS3″ genres=”Survival Horror” release_date=”30 March 2012″] The Silent Hill series has been attempting to restore its name to video game glory ever since Silent Hill: Origins. Unfortunately with each

Naughty Dog has released some amazing gems for this generation of consoles. The success of Uncharted has resulted in it becoming a flagship title for the Sony’s PlayStation 3. But before their next big release, Last of Us, Naughty Dog

[gameinfo title=”Game Info” game_name=”Final Fantasy XIII-2″ developers=”Square Enix” publishers=”Square Enix” platforms=”PS3, Xbox 360″ genres=”JRPG” release_date=”2 February 2012″] So here we are, almost three years since the release of Final Fantasy XIII and Square Enix has once again released another direct

During our visit to the Capcom Showcase, we had time to go hands on with one other title. Developed by CyberConnect2, Asura’s Wrath is a brand new IP that put simply is like Dragonball Z with an extra shot of