Tag Archives: Review

Retro Review – Doki Doki Poyatchio (PS1)

Doki Doki Poyatchio may be one of the most intriguing games I’ve talked about. Being a forgotten PS1 title that is disturbingly similar to a PSP game that I passionately hate. And yet, this one turns out to be a hidden gem! Yes, this is a pretty obscure game, but we’re not quite into the dark territory of obscurity, yet!

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Retro Review – Kimi no Yusha (DS)

Once desperate, humans will do the most unexpected things! This may be the reason why SNK – a developer focused on fighting games – decided to make a cute RPG for a portable system aimed at a younger crowd. Kimi no Yusha is so unlike anything they did before! That’s why it’s so delicious!

Game Review: Yo-kai Watch 3 (3DS)

Lately, I’ve become such a huge Level-5 fanboy! After getting really into Little Battlers eXperience, Yo-kai Watch was next on the list, and DAMN! I LOVE THIS GAME! And if capital letters are not enough to express those feelings of mine, here’s my review!

Shameless Review – Song of Memories (PS4)

This feeling! I haven’t felt like this for a long time! This cheapness! This pretentiousness! And above all else: This stupidity! Yes! Song of Memories takes me back to when I used to review Hentai Games all the time! How delicious!

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!

Game Review – Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia (3DS)

Now that I finally cleared it, I can undoubtedly say that Shadows of Valentia is my favorite Fire Emblem, so far! I wonder why this was once considered the “black sheep of the series”! I recommend it to anyone, but if you’re looking for more specific reasons to get yourself a copy, that’s what this video above is for!

Shameless Review – Punch Line (PS4/PS Vita)

Does anyone still remember Punch Line? It was a thing 2 years ago, but much like any anime focused on being kawaii, most people end up forgetting everything about them 1 or 2 years later. And after our long absence, we decided this game adaptation has become obscure and H enough for us to tackle!