Ghost Blade HD goes back to the roots of the bullet hell genre, and what it lacks in originality it makes up for in polish.
Browsing: Game Review
Samurai Warriors has long been the go-to series for Sengoku-era history, and it doubles down on that in Spirit of Sanada – to great effect.
Drifting Lands is a creative blend of action RPG and shoot ’em up, and though it has its flaws, it makes a compelling argument for the genre mashup.
Trails in the Sky the 3rd’s dungeon-crawler setup is a departure from series norm, but this is nonetheless a great epilogue to a fine JRPG series.
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.
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.
Even if you didn’t grow up with them, The Disney Afternoon Collection is a great introduction to some of the finest games the NES had to offer.
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.