I saved something very special for my last 2017 video: Danball Senki! I love this series, but for whatever reason, it never got enough love outside Japan – The perfect subject for me! But is this sequel any good? Well, it was made by Level-5, and they can do no wrong! Right?
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Look at the size of that Valkyria’s….scythe! Ah! And she also has gigantic boobs! Oppais like these…It’s a Revolution! Welp! At least it seems they kept one of the things that made the original Valkyria Chronicles so popular, but what about everything else?
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Sorry, but this isn’t a Star Ocean 5 review, even though this game looks a lot like it! The newest chapter of tri-Ace’s space odyssey will soon be release in English, but for now, I want to talk about the other sci-fi adventure developed by tri-Ace. The one that’s owned by SEGA! Yep! SEGA! Now you know there’s probably something wrong about Phantasy Star Nova!
Oboro Muramasa was an old game released for the Nintendo Wii, but at the time of its release, the console was starting to lose its overwhelming popularity, leaving this game in the obscure status. For those circumstances, the remake released for the Playstation Vita last year was already relevant, but there was something more in the makings: 4 exclusive new scenarios! This easily made Muramasa Rebirth the best game available in the PS Vita’s U.S. library. It’s even better than Dragon’s Crown, which was also developed by Vanillaware! And here is why!
To Love-Ru Darkness: Battle Ecstasy is a simplistic game with a shallow story and some cheap action parts, but it’s still able to please many people thanks to its main feature, sexy appeal. In other words: It’s the most perfect adaptation the To Love-Ru series ever had for video-games!
A little review for this little game that surfaced this week on the Japanese PSN.
There are times you get nothing in particular to do and end up finding some hidden gems when you less expect! This title is definitely a good example of this, or isn’t?