I've never been this terrified playing a game. That is, early on. The beginning of Corpse Party is great at getting the player into the creepy setting. The music, the story, all of it...the creepy factor is through the roof. Having played the first or second games is not necessary
People call BlazBlue and Guilty Gear "anime fighters", but games that get labeled as such are rarely based on anime prior to their release. Perhaps a better term is "air-dash fighters" as it seems to be a common mechanic in games like them. Dengeki Bunko, on the other hand, is
Well, damn! I was not expecting to enjoy this game as much as I did. If you're a fan of the Persona 4 characters and their story, just go out and buy it and jump feet first into the story mode. Rise Kujikawa has a new voice actress, and it
BlazBlue is one of my favorite 2D fighting game series. I never really clicked with Guilty Gear, but BlazBlue and the characters in it just seem to sync with me. I have always liked the convoluted time-warping story and most of the English voice actors. I know, I know! I'm
Dungeon crawlers and I have had a strange relationship. If you've seen previous reviews of mine, I have a special fondness for a game called Mazes of Fate that released on the Game Boy Color. It just gave you so much freedom to explore beyond just moving around in the
Lost Dimension is very good for different reasons you might find in most SRPGs. For starters, the strategy is there, but it’s not exceptionally difficult. You just need to win in a timely fashion to get that S rank that earns you free gear (usually potions and shit). Your allies
Mind=0 is has a fairly decent battle system, but quite the lackluster story. My original review of Mind=0 was absolute trash and I apologize for that. I actually confused it with a different game that I couldn't even be bothered to finish. Please forgive my insolence.
So, in these games, I
Another victory for the VP?
I'll start this off by saying that I knew nothing of this title when I jumped into it. I had not followed the kick-starter nor read any news stories or updates about the game. The very first bit of information that was offered to me about
Jet Car Stunts feels like the evolution of GripShift with uglier graphics. If I were lazy, that would be the end of the review. If you're still interested in the game, keep reading.
This game is incredibly ugly. Let's get that out of the way first. Its flat, overly polygonal graphics
First off, let me just say this: I consider myself a relatively competent player when it comes to the "Hunter" genre of games. I've got a couple thousand hours logged, between Monster Hunter titles, Ragnarok Odyssey (ACE), both Soul Sacrifices, Toukiden, God Eater, etc. I'm no fresh recruit. Very little impresses