The God Eater series has always rode the line between Monster Hunter clone and it’s own game. Both were successful on PSP. Both are hunting games more focused on gameplay than story. And both are super Japanese.
It’s no surprise than that Bandai Namco is ready to talk God hunting. Not monster hunting, major difference. Don’t believe me? Check out the trailer below and see for yourself. Huge difference.
Remember back when the PSP was the coolest thing on the block?
And then all of a sudden anybody who could make a pandora battery was a master hacker? And the PSP ultimately became the greatest way to play stolen, I mean emulated, game?
It may seem so with the latest reports we’re hearing. Retro-Arch is back with it’s latest update friends. And this latest update is making major waves. If you don’t know let me be the first to inform you. Retro-Arch is a homebrew program that combines all your favorite gaming emulators into one beautiful new place. Development started back in 2010 (yea I know that was mad long ago. In fact I had just graduated high school!) and fast forward to 2018 and let’s just say its working.
It’s working so damn well it can run on everyones new favorite home console portable system hybrid. That’s right, if you fall into the “Criminal Activity Indulging” category of gamers, first off shame on you, second its your time to shine baby. That’s right the latest version of the app runs flawlessly on hacked Nintendo Switches.
We don’t encourage the use of hacked consoles on HardModeGamers but we do support the freedom to do whatever the hell you want with your console so long as you purchased it. With that said, don’t expect much more info from this guy. I already feel dirty including the link. Gross.
Let us know in the comments below how you feel about hacking your console for free games or in general.