Category Archive: Reviews

Sep 29 2015

Review of Persona 4: Dancing All Night

“Persona 4: Dancing All Night is one last jubilant hurrah for the Midnight Channel, a fitting end to Yu and his crew’s story.”

Aug 25 2015

Review of Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls

“While it’s not quite as tight or intricate as the main Danganronpa games are, Ultra Despair Girls retains that special unsettling Danganronpa charm.”

Aug 10 2015

Review of Magic Duels: Origins

  Magic Duels: Origins is the latest in a trend of free-to-play TCGs to have hit the gaming market. Now, there is nothing wrong with a game being free-to-play. It’s something we’ve talked about on the site before, and there is certainly a right way and a wrong way to do it. Whatever the case …

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Aug 06 2015

Review of Victor Vran

“Victor Vran is not a bad game, it just doesn’t really have any bite, which is somewhat funny when you consider that it has a pretty strong focus on vampires.”

Jul 30 2015

Review of Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight

“There’s no individual component of Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold that I think is especially remarkable, but taken as a whole I found it surprisingly comfortable, compelling, and incredibly well-executed.”

Jun 22 2015

Review of Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition

One of the two games in this package manages to not feel like a grindy mobile game and to my surprise it wasn’t the one centered around everyone’s favourite plumber.

Jun 15 2015

Review of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

“The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a remarkably beautiful and human experience, taking place in a world of seemingly endless horizons that are filled with vast potential. While that expansiveness does naturally breed a few bugbears, those niggling issues pale in comparison to all the many things that The Witcher 3 does right.”

Jun 08 2015

Review of Splatoon

Kid, Squid, I’m the guy with the Super Soaker filled with ink.

Apr 16 2015

Review of Damascus Gear: Operation Tokyo

“Sometimes you don’t want complex and complicated, sometimes you just want to skate around on robot feet swinging a laser sword, which Damascus Gear dutifully provides, if not in a rather unremarkable fashion.”

Apr 07 2015

Review of Etrian Mystery Dungeon

I got more or less exactly what I was hoping for out of Etrian Mystery Dungeon, with it paying full respect to both its parental franchises and carrying forward their strengths, creating an interesting and unique experience all its own.

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