Tag Archives: FuRyu

Retro Review – Hamatora: Look At Smoking World (3DS)

It has been a while since the last time I reviewed a licensed game, but this is an interesting one: An adaptation of a nearly forgotten anime series, produced and published by FuRyu and developed by a mysterious developed (the end credits claim that its by Now Productions, but their website beg to differ), sounds pretty obscure and tragic already. NICE!

Game Review – Alliance Alive (3DS)

A couple of years ago, FuRyu hired the studio Grezzo to work together with some legendary figures to create a super RPG. The result was far from satisfying. Although Legend of Legacy sold well, it got mostly negative reviews, but this new game – Alliance Alive – is a game-changer! Or at least, it’s what I want to believe!

Shameless Review – Caligula (PS Vita)

Caligula – a game that’s all about taboos. It was based on the “Caligula effect”, rather than the film “Caligula”, or so the writer says. If this was really the case, it would be better to call it “Caligula Effect” instead of giving the same name as an infamous porn flick. Nothing good can come of that. Regardless, the game itself is an amalgam of good ideas mixed with some weird stuff, which is right up my alley!

Shameless Review – To Love-Ru Darkness: True Princess (PS Vita)

 To Love-ru is To Love-ru! If you look for To Love-ru you get To Love-ru! You don’t go into it for an intricate plot filled with backstabs and conspiracies, and you can’t expect it to have epic dramas that question the very nature of humanity, either! In other words: To Love-ru is a “charage”, and nothing more than that! But I dare to say it’s a pretty good charage, at the very least! (if this ever means something…)

Game Review – Legend of Legacy (3DS)

legendoflegacy01v2I’ve been expecting this game for so long! I wouldn’t be lying if I said this title was one of the main reasons why I got myself a Nintendo 3DS! After all, two big names behind it previously worked on the SaGa series: The illustrator Kobayashi Tomomi and the game designer Koizumi Kiyoji. There are other great masters as well! Like the director Matsuura Masataka from Level-5, and finally, the writer Kato Masato, famous for his work on Chrono Trigger! All these big names coming together to create a true successor to the SaGa series and a tribute to RPGs from the golden age, when the genre offered unique elements in each new game and when Japanese games were known to be the best in the world! There’s nothing that could possibly make this go wrong…Oh! It’s by FuRyu…shit!

Game Review – Lost Dimension (PS3/PS VITA)

lostdimension01I’ve played some horrible shit from FuRyu, before, but this title is completely different from those sad excuses for games. It’s like this one is in a whole different “dimension”…got it? HAhahaha! Oh, wait! FuRyu just published it? It was actually developed by Lancarse? Now, that explains everything!

Game Review – To Love-Ru Darkness: Battle Ecstasy (PS Vita)

tolove-ru06To 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!

Game Review – Exstetra (PS Vita/3DS)

2013-11-17-135934Hey, like to read an asshole trash-talking about a shit game? So read further!