From Software Games
Dark Souls II
Dark Souls II is a sequel to From Software's critically acclaimed title Dark Souls. The game features a new hero, a fresh storyline, and an "unfamiliar" setting.
Armored Core: Verdict Day
Armored Core: Verdict Day lets you command a squadron of advanced Armored Core mechs in a dystopian future ravaged by war and stripped of natural resources.
Armored Core V
Armored Core V is the newest entry in the Armored Core series featuring team-based online modes.
Dark Souls is a dark-fantasy action role-playing game by From Software, and is considered a spiritual successor to the studio's 2009 hit Demon's Souls.
3D Dot Game Heroes
Dripping with old school charm, classic gaming pizzazz, and pure retro sexy, 3D Dot Game Heroes is the ultimate homage to the industry's golden era.
Armored Core: Last Raven Portable
Armored Core Last Raven Portable adds a variety of PSP-exclusive features to the game.
Armored Core: Silent Line Portable
Players resume the role of a Raven, a mercenary who pilots a giant flying mech known as Armored Core.
Tenchu: Shadow Assassins
Tenchu: Shadow Assassins challenges you to use the Wii Remote to fight, dash, jump and kill like a true ninja.
Shadow Assault -Tenchu-
With a focus on trap deployment and confusing free-for-all multiplayer, this doesn't feel much like a Tenchu game at all.
Armored Core: For Answer
Armored Core: For Answer is the thirteenth installment of the mech-based combat franchise featuring online co-op and multiplayer modes.
Cookie & Cream
A platformer where players navigate their way through challenging terrain on the top screen while solving puzzles and disarming traps on the touch screen below.
Ninjas, ninjas, and more ninjas can't save the technically flawed, uninspired Tenchu Z.
Armored Core 4
The fourth game in the Armored Core series rockets onto both the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360.
Armored Core Mobile 2
Armored Core Mobile 2 is a mech combat game that is intended only for single player play.
From the makers of the Armored Core series comes Project Force, a mech-combat game for the PS3.
Armored Core 2
Thanks to a few errant gameplay quirks, Armored Core 2 doesn't quite reach console mech perfection.
Armored Core: Master of Arena
Armored Core: Master of Arena is really only recommended to die-hard fans of the line.
Armored Core: Project Phantasma
The closest thing to an add-on pack the PlayStation has ever seen.
The main evil character in the game is extremely creepy looking - unfortunately, so is everybody else.
Avid fans of King's Field and Shadow Tower will likely love Eternal Ring, but others may want to try the game out first.
Evergrace is just shy of average - there's nothing particularly bad here, but what little good it has is purely incidental and generally ignorable.
Who would have thought that the publisher responsible for some of the slowest games on the planet would come up with a game that leaves its own classic mech series ...
The unfaltering polygonal consistency of King's Field is mesmerizing after extended play.
King's Field II
The first King's Field was an excellent game, and its like-minded sequel is even better.
The game looks extremely outdated when compared with current PlayStation games.
King's Field: The Ancient City
King's Field: The Ancient City will strongly appeal to a small subset of RPG gamers, fans of From Software's similar endeavors in particular.
The Adventures of Cookie & Cream
The Adventures of Cookie & Cream from Agetec is a game that deviates from the norm.
Armored Core 2: Another Age
Armored Core 2: Another Age remains a solid, thoroughly playable mech-combat simulator, with enough tools and options to please any fan of the genre.
Tenchu: Wrath of Heaven
Tenchu: Wrath of Heaven not only lives up to its predecessors' own high standards, but also to the generally high standards of stealth action gaming.
Some players will find that the more unique aspects of Forever Kingdom make it a worthwhile title even though it's merely adequate in most respects.
It's quite short and doesn't look or sound particularly good. You can tell that most of the effort went into the combat system.
Murakumo: Renegade Mech Pursuit
Murakumo might seem like a highly entertaining game at first, but it is in fact one of the worst games to come out for the Xbox this year.
Armored Core 3
It's not the prettiest game around, and it's basically similar to what the series has always offered, but this latest Armored Core is still a good, solid game.
Lost Kingdoms II
Lost Kingdoms II is a solid sequel and a good action RPG that's recommendable to GameCube owners up for a complex challenge.
Otogi: Myth of Demons
Any Xbox owner looking for one of the best and most genuinely stylish action games so far this year should absolutely check it out.
In Thousand Land, you can build your own .Geo map, and then challenge your friends in real-time battle. Win matches to earn special items and move up the rankings.