Tag Archives: SRPG

Retro Review – Hamatora: Look At Smoking World (3DS)

It has been a while since the last time I reviewed a licensed game, but this is an interesting one: An adaptation of a nearly forgotten anime series, produced and published by FuRyu and developed by a mysterious developed (the end credits claim that its by Now Productions, but their website beg to differ), sounds pretty obscure and tragic already. NICE!

Shameless Review – Genkai Tokki: Castle Panzers (PS4)

This will probably be this year’s last Shameless Review, so nothing more appropriate than closing it with the Hentai King of consoles: “Compile Heart”! In this new RPG adventure, they not only borrow the powers of Oppai, but they got all the Oshiri, too!

Shameless Review – Mary Skelter: Nightmares (PS Vita)

Compile Heart is like an infinite source for kinky fetishism disguised as a video games. I can count on them whenever I feel like playing something silly and weird. However, I must give credit where credit is due: Mary Skelter may be the beginning of a new era for Compile Heart! But, of course, there’re still plenty of Hentai shenanigans! Because some things never change!

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.

Game Review – Tokyo Xanadu (PS Vita)

2015-10-04-165402Nowadays, most game companies just play safe with the same old ideas, so I must praise Falcom for their attempt at a new IP! And, YES! This is absolutely the case for Tokyo Xanadu! Contrary to popular belief, this has NO connection to the Xanadu series, whatsoever. But how much original can Falcom get with this new IP? Did they deserve all that praise?
つづく…

Shameless Review – Utawarerumono: Itsuwari no Kamen (PS Vita/PS3/PS4)

The original Utawarerumono was a serious tale about war and conquest with tragic developments. I could even compare it to Lord of the Rings or even “A Song of Ice and Fire” (Although George Martin’s novels have more “H-scenes” than the actual Eroge). Itsuwari no Kamen, however, is more of a comedic story, with more female characters than recent Aquaplus RPGs and a lot more of fan-service. All of this combined with a protagonist that is a magnet for troubles involving baths and naked women. Sacrifices were made in favor of those “Galge” antics, as seem that all the RPG gameplay that’s left is very simplistic and lacks depth. But this game is still bound to please fans…probably! Either way, I wouldn’t recommend it! And here’s why:

Game Review – Luminous Arc Infinity (PS Vita)

Luminous Arc Infinity07Being a game by Yoshifumi Hashimoto, the mind behind the classic Harvest Moon series (Now known as “Story of Season”), you would expect the same innocent charm and addicting gameplay from that series, but Luminous Arc Infinity turns out to be a whole different beast all together! This is to be expected! After all, Luminous Arc is a different series with its own style. But what if this new chapter doesn’t quite fit into its original series, either?
つづく…