• The Awakened Fate Ultimatum

     

    I quite enjoyed The Guided Fate: Paradox, in spite of a number of flaws I noted in my review at the time, so I was pleased when Nippon Ichi Software announced plans to follow up with The Awakened Fate: Ultimatum. Now that I’ve spent a lot of time with the[…]

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    The Awakened Fate Ultimatum
  • Bladestorm: Nightmare Review

     

    Bladestorm: Nightmare is a third-person strategy game from Omega Force, developers of the Dynasty Warriors franchise. The game is a remake of 2007’s Bladestorm: The Hundred Year’s War but brings some new features along. Is it enough to warrant a return to the war, or enlist for the first time? Yes and[…]

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    Bladestorm: Nightmare Review
  • Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late Review

     

    If there is one company that I trust with making a competent fighting game it is French Bread, the creator the amazing Melty Blood series and the upcoming Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax. While they have been making fighting games for over a decade, not a single one has made it to the[…]

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    Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late Review
  • Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Review

     

    Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters gathers a little bit from a lot of places: it’s part tile- based strategy RPG, part visual novel; it’s a Saturday morning ghost hunting cartoon where Jack Black and a cast of anime high school kids rush to solve mysteries in a Volkswagen bus. It has[…]

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    Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Review
  • Dynasty Warriors 8 Empires Review

     

    Long before the days of Dynasty Warriors and its many spin-offs, Koei made a name for itself with hardcore strategy games based on ancient Chinese history. Titles like Nobunaga’s Ambition and Romance of the Three Kingdoms were turn-based tactical role-playing simulations designed for serious players. As a kid renting simple[…]

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    Dynasty Warriors 8 Empires Review

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The Awakened Fate Ultimatum

 

I quite enjoyed The Guided Fate: Paradox, in spite of a number of flaws I noted in my review at the time, so I was pleased when Nippon Ichi Software announced plans to follow up with The Awakened Fate: Ultimatum. Now that I’ve spent a lot of time with the[…]

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Bladestorm: Nightmare Review

 

Bladestorm: Nightmare is a third-person strategy game from Omega Force, developers of the Dynasty Warriors franchise. The game is a remake of 2007’s Bladestorm: The Hundred Year’s War but brings some new features along. Is it enough to warrant a return to the war, or enlist for the first time? Yes and[…]

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Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late Review

 

If there is one company that I trust with making a competent fighting game it is French Bread, the creator the amazing Melty Blood series and the upcoming Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax. While they have been making fighting games for over a decade, not a single one has made it to the[…]

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Review

 

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters gathers a little bit from a lot of places: it’s part tile- based strategy RPG, part visual novel; it’s a Saturday morning ghost hunting cartoon where Jack Black and a cast of anime high school kids rush to solve mysteries in a Volkswagen bus. It has[…]

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Dynasty Warriors 8 Empires Review

 

Long before the days of Dynasty Warriors and its many spin-offs, Koei made a name for itself with hardcore strategy games based on ancient Chinese history. Titles like Nobunaga’s Ambition and Romance of the Three Kingdoms were turn-based tactical role-playing simulations designed for serious players. As a kid renting simple[…]

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Toukiden Kiwami Review

 

Jumping into Toukiden made me wonder why other monster hunting games are not available on consoles. Toukiden: Kiwami makes the transition look easy and doesn’t feel like a lazy port; as the game is also releasing on the PS Vita. As in every hunting game, you start off by creating[…]

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