Category Archive: Reviews

Apr 21

Review of Conception 2: Children of the Seven Stars

I really don’t know what I expected from a game named after sex.

Apr 16

Review of Rusty’s Real Deal Baseball

Nintendo knocks it right out of the park with their first attempt at an F2P game.

Mar 27

Review of Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z

I’m willing to put up with a lot of crap in order to enjoy a good idea and that tolerance for all things awful served me quite well when it came to Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z. Acting as a¬†gaiden to the core Ninja Gaiden series, Yaiba is a unique little side story featuring characters and …

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Mar 25

Review of Yoshi’s New Island

While I’ve never been a huge fan of the Yoshi’s Island series, it’s a franchise I’ve always respected because just like the Kirby games, this is where Nintendo normally shows that they can innovate. They’ll take advantage of the character’s unsung status and throw in all sorts of weird mechanics and ideas that just wouldn’t …

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Mar 19

Review of Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky

You will spend a ton of time in your Atelier, tinkering with recipes and cranking items.

One of my favourite things about this job is getting to review JRPGs because you never really know what you’re going to get with that particular genre. Obviously some turn based combat is probably going to show up and depending on the studio involved it’s most likely going to have some anime influences but what …

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Mar 18

Review of Democracy 3


Democracy 3 from Positech Games is the latest in the series that places you as the leader of a country, free to rule however you wish. Players take on the role of a president or prime minister of a country’s government. It is up to the player to focus on certain aspects of their country, …

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Mar 14

Review of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

Unfortunately this game is less “Donkey Kong Country Prime” and more “New Super Donkey Kong Country Wii U”.

Mar 10

Review of Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy

I sadly can’t claim to have played much of the Layton series in my time. I played a bit of the first game, The Curious Village, when it came out but aside from that it’s always been a franchise I’ve enjoyed from afar. I love the concepts behind it and the style of the presentation …

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Mar 05

Review of Muramasa Rebirth: A Cause to Daikon For

Pfft, swords are for babies, a real man takes down his enemies with farming tools.

Mar 04

Review of South Park: The Stick of Truth

Sadly not available for the Okama Games Sphere.

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