Slipping under everyone’s radar, comes this little JRPG that turn out to be one of the best games I’ve played this year. I know everyone is going crazy over the newest Pokemon, but Monster Hunter Stories may be just as good, or maybe even better!
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I could never guess Uppers was made by the same guys behind Senran Kagura. What would you expect from them? Boobs? Yes! Cute girls? Of course! Macho guys? …WHAT?! That’s right! The Senran Kagura creators are challenging themselves by doing a game that none of their fans asked for, and the results are VERY surprising!
Net High – when a person become overly-positive and active, and starts to act like it is “High”.
It makes sense! This was probably how the developers were feeling when they created this game! But in this case, this would actually be a good thing! Because Net High is the best Marvelous game I’ve played since Muramasa Rebirth, and that one was actually by Vanillaware! Anyway! This is a bizarre and yet fantastic game that MIGHT be coming to the US soon! So, give a look at all the wonderful absurdity that is the JP version!
Being a game by Yoshifumi Hashimoto, the mind behind the classic Harvest Moon series (Now known as “Story of Season”), you would expect the same innocent charm and addicting gameplay from that series, but Luminous Arc Infinity turns out to be a whole different beast all together! This is to be expected! After all, Luminous Arc is a different series with its own style. But what if this new chapter doesn’t quite fit into its original series, either?
Kinki no Magna (Forbidden Magna) is a very interesting game, not only the game itself, but the history behind its development. Nevertheless, an intriguing one! I could not ask for a better title to make the debut of my new “New Nintendo 3DS”. So, LET’S GO!
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!