With each new release, the Earth Defense Force series has slowly moved away from its origins as a budget series. Sure, they’ll never have the production values of AAA titles, [ … ]
After many years, a lengthy delay and a spin-off game earlier this year, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night has finally been released. As the spiritual successor to Castlevania, Bloodstained has [ … ]
With Kiryu’s story coming to an end in Yakuza 6, Judgment was the beginning of a new chapter for the Yakuza Team. Bringing in a fresh cast of characters and [ … ]
The Neptunia series isn’t averse to spin-offs, evident by the fact that the majority of games in the series have been non-mainline entries. Unlike previous spin-offs though, Super Neptunia RPG [ … ]
If Etrian Odyssey Nexus was considered a send-off to that series on the 3DS, Persona Q2 is a send-off to the 3DS in general. Likely to be the last big [ … ]
The PS4 release of Trails of Cold Steel earlier this year was another chance to play a great JRPG, even if the port itself did little to improve the game’s [ … ]
Lapis x Labyrinth follows Penny Punching Princess and The Princess Guide as the next Nippon Ichi Software title to offer cutesy but otherwise simplistic gameplay and characters. If you’re familiar [ … ]
The release of Yakuza 0 on Steam last year marked the renewal of SEGA’s support for the PC market. Yakuza Kiwami 2 not only shows that their dedication to bringing [ … ]
Iron Rain attempts to take what is usually a goofy and energetic series and turn it into something more serious.
Zanki Zero: Last Beginning attempts to mix together DRPG gameplay and survival mechanics, with mixed results.
For those that have been following our reviews over the past couple of years, you’ll likely know that I’m a big fan of dungeon crawlers. The genre still has a [ … ]
The Legend of Heroes series has had a hard time when it comes to English releases. The trilogy before Trails in the Sky received incredibly poor localisations, the Trails in [ … ]