Ironcast

Ironcast is a turn-based strategy game that looks like a puzzle game on the surface. When I first got a glimpse of the game in action, it looked like a Puzzle Quest clone with a steampunk spin, but after playing the game, I came to realize that it has only

Splatoon 2

When Splatoon came out on the Wii U, I kinda skipped it. I played a little bit, but I just wasn't a huge fan of the Wii U, so I wasn't drawn to play Splatoon on it. I am a huge fan of the Nintendo Switch; being a portable console,

ARMS

When ARMS was first revealed, I was not impressed in the slightest. When Nintendo held their April Nintendo Direct that focused on ARMS and Splatoon 2, I started to change my perspective. After playing the Test Punch a few times, I was a total convert. I forced myself to remain

Disgaea 5 Complete

When I heard that Disgaea 5 was not going to come to the Playstation Vita, I knew I would probably only put in the bare minimum on the PS4 version. Sadly, I didn't even do that. I just don't enjoy games like this on home consoles. I've played all the

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap

When I started playing Wonder Boy, I was instantly floored by the beautiful graphics, but I ultimately hated the gameplay. It felt slow and dumbed down as if for an infant, yet the difficulty was far too high for a child of that age. Something felt off. I knew there

Enter to Win a Nintendo Switch

NIS America is doing a big contest, called the The Great Disgaea Switch-Stakes. Seven (7) lucky people will win a Nintendo Switch bundled with Disgaea 5 Complete. Here's what they have to say. With this amazing bundle, gamers will be able to enjoy the latest game in the legendary strategy RPG series,

Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II

I wanted to talk about this game the minute I started playing it, but I knew a lot of people had just gotten into the first game to play them in order. Since it's nearly impossible to talk about this game without discussing the ending of the first, I decided

Atelier Shallie Plus

Atelier Shallie Plus is a handheld version of Atlelier Shallie with all of the DLC packed in, much like all the previous "Plus" versions of the Atelier games have done. I have not played the console version of Shallie or any other Atelier games, so my review is based entirely

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse

As a fan of the SMT games and a die-hard fan of their spin-off Persona games, I wanted to like SMTIV:Apocalypse, but I just can't get into it. I played a bit of the first SMTIV and really didn't care for it. This game is more of the same, but

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