Tag Archives: Game Review

Game Review – Metal Max Xeno (PS4/PS Vita)

Cattle Call’s next game after Alliance Alive is a new entry in the super underrated and obscure Metal Max series. Everything will work out just fine, as long as they don’t pull a Legend of Legacy on us again!

Retro Review – Shining Force Feather (DS)

This game comes directly from a dark age, when the Shining Force series’ main focus was NOT on huge titties! Begone, foul creature!

Game Review – Dungeon Travelers 2-2 (PS Vita)

Considering that Dungeon Travelers began as a To Heart 2 spin-off, it’s quite impressive to see how far this series has come. With that said, this is still a Sting and Aquaplus title, and they make Compile Heart look like a AAA company sometimes! But this game looks so dark and badass! I’m sure it will be funny to see them try!

Game Review – Omega Labyrinth Z (PS4/PS Vita)

This was supposed to be a new game, but everything is just the same as it was in the first Omega Labyrinth. Even my lame jokes are the same! I guess I could even post the same video from 2 years ago, and no one would notice the difference! What am I even saying? Of course they would! The breasts are bigger in this one, after all!

Game Review – Ore-tachi no Sekai wa Owatteiru (PS Vita)

Steins;Gate is currently ranked #4 on MyAnimeList.net, so I assume it’s a well known piece of media. It’s no surprise that some copycats will appear along the way. I was expecting this and I thought I was prepared, but I was wrong…

Shameless Review – Gun Gun Pixies (PS Vita)

It must be easy for Compile Heart to come up with new game ideas, all they ever need to do is to check 2chan for the craziest, hottest and kinkiest fetishes, then make a new title all around it. At least, this pretty much seems to have been the case for Gun Gun Pixies – Compile Heart’s very own take on the giantess fetish, in the form of a soulless game for the Vita…Poor Vita-tan!

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!