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?
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Tagged Action RPG, Flight Unit, JRPG, Media.Vision, PS Vita, PS4, Review, RPG, Sega, Video, Video Review
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!
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!
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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Tagged Arcade, Dengeki Bunko, Fighting Game, French Bread, Game, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Sega, Video, Video Review
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!
Imageepoch is one of my most beloved Japanese developers. Thus so, I wish I could love every single inch of their last game, but the truth is I’ve got quite the love-and-hate history going for this title. Is it worth paying around 6000 yen on it? This is up to you, but I can help by giving a rough idea of the best and the worst of Stella Glow.
Neddles to say I’m stunned for how great this game is, and it’s easy to see! Like 1+1=2 and 2+1=3. It was destiny! Just a matter of opinion…