Review: Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Daybreak: Special Gigs
“Did you see that girl?” Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Daybreak: Special Gigs, that is a monster of a name in itself, is a re-master of Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters that was originally released on the vita and ps3 a few years ago.
Review: Psycho-Pass Mandatory happiness
Is your Hue Clear? Psycho-Pass Mandatory happiness is a Visual Novel set in the world of relatively new anime Psycho-Pass.
Review: Dark Rose Valkyrie
Can you save humanity, even at the cost of your own? Dark Rose Valkyrie is one of the latest Rpgs to come out of Compile Heart. Boasting designers and staff from other great series, the game is beautiful and polished and has a unique system.
Review: Odin Sphere Leifthrasir
Would you like to read a story? Odin’s Sphere Leifthrasir is a remake of Odin’s Sphere on the PS2, with better graphics and a great treatment of the game, how does it do? Mostly, with remakes, the score given relies heavily on the nostalgia of playing a game you once loved.
Review: God Eater 2 Rage Burst
Do you have the power… in your blood? [Version reviewed: PS4] God Eater 2 Rage Burst is an action RPG that pits you against the end of the world. Humanity has been attacked by monsters called Aragami (Demon Gods, God Demons) that appeared from nowhere but have brought humanity to its knees.
Review: Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel
This unjust world needs a change! Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel is part of the long running JRPG series, Legend of Heroes. Cold Steel takes place in the same world as the other games but take a different look at the world shared by the series.
Review: Samurai Warriors 4-2
“I will claim these warring states as my own!” Samurai Warriors started off as a spin-off to the hugely successful Dynasty Warriors series when it began to pick up steam, releasing the story of the Edo Period’s most tumultuous time.
Review: Mighty No.9
[Version reviewed: Xbox One] Running, jumping, shooting, dying; for over a quarter of a century, this style of game has been in the memories of gamers since the first Mega Man game on the NES. Mighty No.