Tag Archives: Sega

Game Review – A Certain Magical Virtual-On (PS4/PS Vita)

Believe it or not, Virtual-On surprisingly fits in the Index universe! Both series’ plots don’t make much sense, but the fights are super cool! Just take a look:

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 – 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?

Game Review – Phantasy Star Nova (PS Vita)

Sorry, but this isn’t a Star Ocean 5 review, even though this game looks a lot like it! The newest chapter of tri-Ace’s space odyssey will soon be release in English, but for now, I want to talk about the other sci-fi adventure developed by tri-Ace. The one that’s owned by SEGA! Yep! SEGA! Now you know there’s probably something wrong about Phantasy Star Nova!

Game Review – Ryu Ga Gotoku Kiwami (PS3/PS4)

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!

Game Review – Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax Ignition (Arcade/PS Vita/PS3/PS4)

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!

Shameless Review – Blade Arcus from Shining EX (PS3/PS4/Arcade)

When you play Blade Arcus, it will feels like you get an Art Gallery filled with Tony Taka’s works, but you need to play a mini-game in order to unlock each illustration, and said “mini-game” just happens to be a fighting game. Undoubtedly, Tony Taka’s lewd art is the selling point of this game. But maybe, just maybe, there’s actually a very decent game hidden beneath all this shameless fan-service…or maybe not!