Articles by Aisha
Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time – Interview with Yousuke Futami
At last month’s MCM event, Aisha had a chance to talk to Yousuke Futami, the producer working on Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time from Bandai Namco to find out more about the upcoming title and what fans can expect from the first game based on the hit Trigger series.
NI NO KUNI II Confirmed for November 2017 on PS4 and PC!
BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe have announced the sequel Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom will launch on 10th November 2017 for the PlayStation 4 and Steam (PC). Developed by acclaimed video game studio LEVEL-5 Inc.
Review: DRAGON BALL Z: EXTREME BUTODEN
The story follows a child on earth is found to have incredible strength and later grows up has a family and searches for the mysterious Dragon Balls which bring your wishes to life.
Review: Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance
Since it first arrived in 2003, the Disgaea series has established itself as a challenging and rewarding tactical role-playing game series with almost infinite replay value in it’s extra dungeons and enemies, making it a rare gem to play.
Review: Amnesia Collection
Amnesia follows the trend of short anti harem anime’s to hit the west by storm. This anime finished airing in Japan March 2013 and yet when I visited Japan October 2015 they had a whole section dedicated to the series in the official Tales of shop.
Review: Soni-Ani: Super Sonico the Animation
For anyone familiar with anime or Japanese games, you’ve probably seen the Nitroplus cover girl, Super Sonico in some form online or elsewhere.
Review: Criminal Girls Invite Only !
NISA are well known for bringing an array of Japanese, niche games to Europe and America, with one of their latest offerings, ‘Criminal Girls Invite Only’ tantalising our senses with beautiful art and interesting concepts.
Review: Battle Princess of Arcadias
One day after much grinding in the netherworld of Disgaea, I found Plume a cameo DLC characters to add to the game. An energetic and beloved princess from an alternate world called the Schwert Kingdom, Plume displays amazing prowess in battle, and also commands armies.
Review: Hakuoki: Stories of the Shinsengumi
The Hakuoki game series by Idea Factory is a hugely popular franchise in Japan with currently 16 games on most consoles and now has a manga and anime series.
Review: Hakuoki Season 2: Record of the Jade Blood Collection
In Hakuōki : Record of the Jade Blood Collection, the boys are back and looking snazzier than ever, boo yah!. After a brief recap of previous events this season’s first episode – the Shinsengumi have escaped and sought refuge and a new HQ in Edo.
Review: Hakuoki Season 1: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom Collection + OVA
This review may contain minor spoilers The Hakuōki video game series by Idea Factory, first appeared on the PlayStation 2 and has expanded to several platforms with new releases since then.
Preview: NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM REVOLUTION
It was quite lucky to be attending a preview event at Bandai Namco Games UK and also get the chance to get my hands on the latest Naruto game – NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM REVOLUTION.
BANDAI NAMCO Games Announce Tekken 7
After the highly disappointing Street fighter x Tekken a few years back, many were eagerly waiting in anticipation for Tekken x Street fighter as multiple Street Fighter 4 revisions came out from Capcom. This weekend, BANDAI NAMCO shocked fans with news not of Tekken x Street fighter but the next main Tekken game, Tekken 7.
Review: Night Raid 1931 Collection
Night Raid 1931 (aka Senkō no Night Raid) was not something I normally watch, from the cover art it looked like it was set in the past and like the title denotes it does. This 13 episode anime from A-1 Pictures and Aniplex is directed by Jun Matsumoto features great music, fancy hats and lots of action.
Review: Ragnarok Odyssey ACE
Ragnarok Odyssey Ace is a remake of Ragnarok Odyssey which came out back in 2012 on the PS Vita. This was so under the radar I didn’t even know the game existed and I’ve been a long time fan of the series.
Review: Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl
Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl is not a new game in the series as the name leads you to think it but in fact it is a remake of the first EO game, released back on the original Nintendo DS. What’s the point in the remake I hear you say? Well a lot actually.
Suikoden returns in fan-developed Suikoden 2.5
Any hardcore RPG gamer will recognise the cult game Suikoden brought to us by Konami since the days of the original Playstation console. Sadly despite the huge following Konami has ceased to localise the game in Europe and therefore we’re missing out on the epic series on handheld and home consoles.
Ragnarok Odyssey ACE Set For European Release April 30
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Review: Atelier Escha & Logy – Alchemists of the Dusk Sky
In the 15th installment of the long-running Atelier series, Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky sticks close to the Atelier series mantra. Incorporating the series’ trademark real-time combat and item fusing, this latest adventure provides an entertaining RPG that offers beautiful graphics and character designs to keep you entertained for dozens of hours.
Review: Cube tactics
So this is the first indie game I’ve come across in the eshop on 3DS. Fun unit have released a cube strategy game for puzzle fanatics and looking for their next fix this is the game to keep your focused for a bargain price tag.