Dark Rose Valkyrie has a fascinating story to tell, and an interesting way to tell it, but the RPG side leaves a lot to be desired.
Browsing: Game Review
It’s been more than a decade since Syberia II and its cliffhanger ending; sadly, Syberia 3 isn’t the conclusion that fans are looking for.
The Silver Case is a strangely anachronistic adventure game, both dated and ahead of its time, and a fascinating look into the mind of a younger Goichi Suda
Many will come to Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds for the beautiful boys, but what struck me most about the game is its attention to detail and historical accuracy.
As one of the few people who’ve never played Mass Effect before, Mass Effect: Andromeda has been a welcome – if flawed – introduction to the series.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX is a chance to revisit one of the PS2’s best games (that’s Kingdom Hearts), with some other stuff thrown in as well.
Kero Blaster doesn’t bring anything new to the action platformer, but it makes up for that with flawless execution of a timeless genre.
Troll and I tries to channel both Tomb Raider and Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, and ends up living up to neither of those inspirations.
I love PaRappa the Rapper, so I hate to have to say this, but PaRappa the Rapper Remastered is even more broken than the 20-year-old original.
It can be hard to know where to begin with a franchise as storied as Ys, but the PS4 release of Ys Origin makes a great starting point.