• Review: Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness (PS4)

     

    For a long time, Star Ocean has always seemed like the one of the black sheep of the Square Enix JRPG family. Final Fantasy has enjoyed a lavish lifestyle, filled with lots of marketing, spin-offs, transmedia and a budget to spare, whilst Star Ocean looks in from outside, sitting in[…]

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    Review: Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness (PS4)
  • Review: Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII (PS4)

     

    Though one of the Four Great Classical Novels in Chinese literature, Luo Guanzhong’s Romance of the Three Kingdoms is not exactly required reading in the US, yet many gaming titles based on it has made its way to stateside ranging from the polarizing Dynasty Warriors series to the sporadic mobile[…]

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    Review: Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII (PS4)
  • Review: Mirror’s Edge Catalyst

     

    When Mirror’s Edge launched in 2008 it was met with a divisive reception. Many people loved its smooth free-running gameplay and titular character, Faith, but alongside its moments of brilliance came a short campaign, dull story, and clumsy combat. Flash-forward 8 years and its publisher, Electronic Arts, has finally answered[…]

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    Review: Mirror’s Edge Catalyst
  • Review: Stranger of Sword City (Vita)

     

    The game takes place just after a plane crash from the devastation it seems there is a single survivor,  you have survived somehow when no one else was lucky enough to. You come out from the wreckage. It seems you are the chosen one which it turns out later on[…]

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    Review: Stranger of Sword City (Vita)
  • Review: Arslan: The Warriors of Legend (PS4)

     

    Read the word “Warriors” in any gaming publication and, chances are, it will usually be followed up by another – oversaturation. Where most series would buckle under the constant flow of sequels, spin-offs and ports, this jewel in the Omega Force crown continues to enthrall a sizeable fan base across[…]

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    Review: Arslan: The Warriors of Legend (PS4)

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Review: Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness (PS4)

 

For a long time, Star Ocean has always seemed like the one of the black sheep of the Square Enix JRPG family. Final Fantasy has enjoyed a lavish lifestyle, filled with lots of marketing, spin-offs, transmedia and a budget to spare, whilst Star Ocean looks in from outside, sitting in[…]

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Review: Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir (PS4)

 

When Odin Sphere was first released for PlayStation 2 in 2007, it introduced players to the gorgeous, hand-drawn world of developer Vanillaware. Even if you didn’t appreciate the gameplay, you could surely appreciate the artistry that went into it, thanks in no small part to the stunningly unique work of[…]

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Review: Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII (PS4)

 

Though one of the Four Great Classical Novels in Chinese literature, Luo Guanzhong’s Romance of the Three Kingdoms is not exactly required reading in the US, yet many gaming titles based on it has made its way to stateside ranging from the polarizing Dynasty Warriors series to the sporadic mobile[…]

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Review: Mirror’s Edge Catalyst

 

When Mirror’s Edge launched in 2008 it was met with a divisive reception. Many people loved its smooth free-running gameplay and titular character, Faith, but alongside its moments of brilliance came a short campaign, dull story, and clumsy combat. Flash-forward 8 years and its publisher, Electronic Arts, has finally answered[…]

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Review: Stranger of Sword City (Vita)

 

The game takes place just after a plane crash from the devastation it seems there is a single survivor,  you have survived somehow when no one else was lucky enough to. You come out from the wreckage. It seems you are the chosen one which it turns out later on[…]

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Review: Arslan: The Warriors of Legend (PS4)

 

Read the word “Warriors” in any gaming publication and, chances are, it will usually be followed up by another – oversaturation. Where most series would buckle under the constant flow of sequels, spin-offs and ports, this jewel in the Omega Force crown continues to enthrall a sizeable fan base across[…]

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