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!
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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!
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.
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It has been a long time since I’ve played a game like this, and it was so troublesome! But that’s ok! I was able to hack my PSTV, and now that I officially gave a middle finger to the whitelist, I was finally able to take some footage from this odd Galge! Was it worth the trouble? Well, see for yourself!
The hype is strong with this video, as we make a pretty detailed analysis of what we got from this trial to predict what is to come on the full version. If anything, it was a nostalgic ride!
Experience inc. is a developer famous for their hardcore dungeon crawlers that feel “old school” but can also please the newer audience. They were once very good friends with Cyberfront, until they stopped working with games all of a sudden. Since then, Experience kept making games on their own while their works were being published by 5pb. However, Bandai Namco is funding them now with enough money to make Ray Gigant their biggest project with a budget that far surpasses any of their previous titles. But was it worth?
Half Persona, half Pokemon. It’s impossible to deny the inspirations for this new Digimon game. Although it’s not the most original concept ever, Media.Vision still managed to give their own spin to these formulas, and each element keeps being enjoyable. It’s not for nothing that this game sold so well in Japan and it’s very likely that it will get localized eventually. So here is a review with the most important things you need to know about this great game: