Tag Archives: SRPG

Retro Review – Nora to Toki no Koubou: Kiri no Mori no Majo (DS)

I love me some relaxing RPG, with charming characters, a beautiful atmosphere and some kind of simulation. Then how about the Atelier series? or how about Etrian Odyssey? Then how about both! Luckily, this forgotten gem for the Nintendo DS is all that and then some!

Retro Review – Luminous Arc 3: Eyes (DS)

After surviving the dreaded “revival” of this series, it’s time to challenge the final game developed by Imageepoch – the original creators. How does this old DS game fare against its spiritual sequel – Stella Glow. Well, at the very least, it can’t possibly be worse than “Infinity”, right?

Game Review – Death End Re;Quest (PS4)

The planets are aligned! Compile Heart made a good game! You better savour it, as this doesn’t happen often!

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.