Tag Archives: Media.Vision

Game Review – Valkyria Revolution (PS4/PS Vita)

Look at the size of that Valkyria’s….scythe! Ah! And she also has gigantic boobs! Oppais like these…It’s a Revolution! Welp! At least it seems they kept one of the things that made the original Valkyria Chronicles so popular, but what about everything else?

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.

Let’s Play – Summon Night 6 demo (PS Vita)

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!

Game Review – Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth (PS Vita)

Digimon_Story_Cyber_Sleuth_Banner01Half 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:

Game Review – Wild Arms 5: The Vth Vanguard (PS2)

wildarms5-50v2I’ve never played a Wild Arms game, but since I love the openings for the first 3 games, I decided to get into this series by playing the 5th one, which has my least favorite opening! It was recently made avaliable on the Japanese PSN, so it was a nice opportunity!

Game Review – Chaos Rings III: Prequel Trilogy (PS Vita/Smartphone)

chaosrings3-02Chaos Rings 3 is a weird game! The previous titles in the series were all smartphone games with a short and dark story about couples trapped in another dimension being forced to sacrifice each other in a series of cruel battles in order to save the world from an impending doom. However, this third game (actually, this is the 4th one) greatly deviates from those previous titles. Is this a good or a bad thing? It depends on how much you loved the original formula or how much you enjoy the elements used in this new one…