Tag Archives: Bandai Namco

Shameless Review – Sousei no Onmyouji (PS Vita)

In this Reiwa era, where every problem can be solved by the internet, evil spirits lurk in the shadows of people’s hearts, but a lone shitty game fights against those demons. They call it…”Sousei no Onmyouji”!

Game Review – World Trigger: Borderless Mission (PS Vita)

World Trigger is such a perfect IP to adapt into video games! It could be a great competitive 3rd person battle royal looter shooter or whatever, but the Gods at Bandai Namco said “nay”, so all we got was…mediocrity!

Game Review – Gintama Rumble (PS4/PS Vita)

Remember Gintama? It’s that comedy-action series where they never try to be funny and do nothing but fight infinity waves of mobs? Yep! This is exactly how people will see this series now, if this game is their entrance to the franchise!

Game Review – Owari no Seraph: Unmei no Hajimari (PS Vita)

Now that I think about it, Owari no Seraph has all the makings of an excellent Tactics Sim RPG. But does Netchubiyori has the makings of a excellent game developer?… N-no! No, they don’t!

Game Review – Tales of Berseria (PS3/PS4/PC)

Many gamers say all games in the Tales series are pretty much the same thing. But Berseria may change that, being one of the most peculiar entries in this franchise, with a darker tone than previous installment, which you may notice just by how “edgy” the protagonist looks. Don’t worry! Albeit her pretentious visual, the game itself is quite good!

Game Review – THE iDOLM@STER: Platinum Stars (PS4)

I finally kept my promise and played the newest entry in this super popular series. Now I feel more complete as an otaku! Of all the ultra-moe games I’ve played in my creepy otaku life, this one has to be the oddest, for a set of unusual reasons. In a way, it’s one of the best cute games I’ve played. Regardless, Idol Master is not for me. It’s complicated to explain! That’s why I made a video!

Let’s Play – Summon Night 6 ~ 1st Arc (PS4)

Here’s my Let’s Play series of Summon Night covering the first arc of the game with the male protagonist Raj, and the start of the second arc with the female protagonist Amu. For anyone who wants to watch a huge fan-boy of the series going crazy over the smallest details and commenting about many trivia while doing stupid otaku jokes.