Now Playing 9/18/2016

Between going back to work as a bus driver and the rather large number of games I've received to review, I've been pretty swamped. Were it just simple games, this wouldn't be too difficult of a task to bear, but I've been handed quite a few, very long RPGs, including

King of Fighters 14

When the first trailer for KOF14 was released, there was a strong reaction in the gaming community as most people said it looked like a Playstation 2 game. SNK assured fans that it was still early on and that it would be much better looking in the final build. Trailer

Odin Sphere Leifthrasir

Originally released on the PS2 half a year after the PS3 came out, Odin Sphere launched with much fanfare. It's music, art direction, and gameplay was just what everyone needed at the time. 2D beat-em-ups had all but gone the way of the dodo, but Vanillaware showed us that we

Mighty No. 9

After numerous delays, and 3 years of development, Mighty No. 9 has finally released to the public. As you may know, I was extremely excited for this game, and even backed it. It's been a long time since a new Mega Man game was released, and that's why the Kickstarter

Monster Hunter Generations

Anyone who knows me probably knows how much I adore Monster Hunter. I've played well over three thousand hours between the different games. I skipped Monster Hunter Tri and only played a little bit of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. I was not fan of the decision to bring the games

Senran Kagura: Estival Versus

Gigantic breasted ninja running around trying to tear one another's clothes off? Must be time for another installment of Senran Kagura. This time, they're in their bathing suits most of the time. So how does one attack someone until they're down to just their bra and panties? Oddly enough, probably

Risk of Rain

A while back, I picked up Risk of Rain on Steam. I knew it was coming out for Vita and PS4, so I didn't play too much of it on my PC as I really felt it would fit the Vita quite well. Turns out that, while it does work

Trillion: God of Destruction

A while back I came to the realization that I really don't like rogue-likes or dungeon crawlers. Then a few days ago, Idea Factory sent me a review copy of Trillion. Trillion is a game where you must kill a boss with a trillion hit points. There is a lot

Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel

On the surface, LOH:TOCS may seem like a traditional JRPG, but it's really a sweet love story of an unworthy noble and his love affair with a delusional, undignified, working class poor boy. On a serious note, the game is easily summed up as one part Persona 3/4, one part

Alto’s Adventure

OK, so this isn't going to be a long and in-depth review. I just wanted to talk about a game I found enjoyable. It's not a perfect game by any means, but what I played of it was extremely relaxing and enjoyable. The music is subtle and calming while managing