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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Tagged Bandai Namco, Game, Game Review, JRPG, PC, PS3, PS4, Review, RPG, Video, Video Review
Persona 5 is close to perfection! It’s really rare for me to say this about a game (especially because I usually play games knowing in advance that they’re not very good). However, even though I’m having a blast playing it, I merely scratched the surface of this 80+ hours game. I’ll probably take the rest of this years to finish Persona 5, so for the time being, here are my first impressions.
Nitro+, Shining Force, even Dengeki Bunko have their own fighting games! This created what many have been calling “anime fighters”. However, for me, those titles were just warm ups for the REAL THING: Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator! The “supposedly” final chapter to the Xrd arc! And it is GLORIOUS!
I can’t complain too much about my current gaming life! The fighting game genre became popular again, so there’re lots of new titles coming out for every taste and style!
I’m not a particular fan of GTA-esque games, but I love the Yakuza series for some reason. I believe it is closer to be a Shenmue clone than a Rockstar-style Open-World game, since there’re billions of things to do at each corner of Kamurochou. This remake greatly expands this experience, while also giving a huge upgrade to the game in general. Truly a must-play for any fan of the Yakuza series. Sadly, this game is likely to never get a western release, much like most spin-offs in the series. That’s a shame, really, since this is already one of my favorite games of 2016!
Ever since Spike fused with Chunsoft to form Spike Chunsoft, the Way of Samurai – developed by Acquire – didn’t get anything new to its series, aside from a re-release of the 4th game on Steam. However, it seems SpikeChunsoft, that was only the publisher of the franchise, is trying create some sort of spiritual successor with their own crazy Bakumatsu re-imagining. Is it a good equivalent to the Samurai-action title by Acquire? Spoilers: No, it isn’t! Nonetheless, this doesn’t mean it’s a bad game!
Steins;Gate 0 was advertised as the true-sequel to the original Steins;Gate story-line, which is a huge lie, but it’s still a fascinating read that reveals many secrets behind the complicated plot in the first installment. It’s also interesting to note that this is actually an adaptation of a light novel series, because when it’s about Visual Novels and adaptations, it’s usually the other way around. But, not to worry! There is an anime adaptation coming soon, which will restore the balance in the Visual Novel realm! But for now: Here’s the video game version!
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Tagged 5pb, Chiyomaru Studio, Game, Nitro+, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Review, Video, Video Review, Visual Novel
Yep! They made a sequel, but I don’t have much to talk about it…On a different note, there’s a new Chaos Code coming out on the PS4! Can’t wait to play that!
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