I don’t know much about pachislot machines, but I bet this game manages to deliver all the same underwhelming and filthy feelings you would get by playing the original Sengoku Otome. And that’s one praise too many!
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Yes! I’m so glad that I got such a freaking badass game to be my first 3DS video review, instead of the creepy JP games that I usually review. However, worry not! Reviews for bizarre 3DS stuff are to come in a not too distant future. But, for now, I get to play this amazing sequel to one of my favorite games!
I’m not a particular fan of GTA-esque games, but I love the Yakuza series for some reason. I believe it is closer to be a Shenmue clone than a Rockstar-style Open-World game, since there’re billions of things to do at each corner of Kamurochou. This remake greatly expands this experience, while also giving a huge upgrade to the game in general. Truly a must-play for any fan of the Yakuza series. Sadly, this game is likely to never get a western release, much like most spin-offs in the series. That’s a shame, really, since this is already one of my favorite games of 2016!
Ever since Spike fused with Chunsoft to form Spike Chunsoft, the Way of Samurai – developed by Acquire – didn’t get anything new to its series, aside from a re-release of the 4th game on Steam. However, it seems SpikeChunsoft, that was only the publisher of the franchise, is trying create some sort of spiritual successor with their own crazy Bakumatsu re-imagining. Is it a good equivalent to the Samurai-action title by Acquire? Spoilers: No, it isn’t! Nonetheless, this doesn’t mean it’s a bad game!
Finally! After 15 long years, we come to the end of Naruto. Actually, it’s been over a month, I just didn’t have the time to read it until now. Sorry… Well, In the early 2000s, if you were an otaku, you could not escape this manga. It was huge, it was the new Dragon Ball, it was going to be the greatest example to be copied by every single Shonen Manga to come in the decades to follow it. In the end, though, should we still keep any good memory of the “Blond ninja in an orange jumpsuit”? つづく…
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!
It took long, but it was worth it! At long last, the sequel for Shift’s super fast-paced hunting gamewas released and it already became a big hit! And it was not for nothing!