Battle Mirages as they try to steal Performa from the world, all while keeping up with your dance lessons and recording you new hit single.
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Review
Game purchased from retail, DLC purchased from the eShop
Played through the story, did all side-stories and most of the side requests
Total Play Time: 90 hours
Star Ghost is addictive. It’s as simple as that; if you want a game to obsess over and scores to chase than stop reading this right now and go and buy this game.
For those who are still here, Star Ghost is the first game from Squarehead Studios, which is a small independent game developer based out of Wales in the UK with a great pedigree in Nintendo gaming, with the head of the studio having worked previously at Retro Games and Rare. Star Ghost was released on March 10th, exclusively on the Wii U eShop for €8.99/£7.99. Continue reading Star Ghost Review
Let’s just face it, everyone loves a good anime fighter… What’s that? You don’t?! Well I do and this is my review for Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax on the PS Vita! Continue reading Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax Review (PS Vita)
Following the brilliant success of the Project Diva games that have been released on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, Hatsune Miku finally comes to the west on a system outside of the Sony family in Project Mirai DX. With over 40 tracks and TONS of things to do, there’s not a moment you’ll be bored in this game! Continue reading Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX Review (3DS)
In the world of mobile games, one game stood above all others earning Apple’s Game of the Year award in 2013. Fast-forward two years, add some multiplayer, new levels and port it to the Wii U (among other systems) and you get Badland: Game of the Year Edition. Continue reading Badland: Game of the Year Edition Review (Wii U)
What happens when you take two quirky space engineers and make them solve complex puzzles, in dangerous environments, while tethered to each other, for the entertainment of others? You get Shiftlings, the new physics-based, puzzle-platformer from Sierra Entertainment and Rock Pocket Games. In Shiftlings, you take control of Purple Plop and Green Goop and attempt to repair various things, while unknowingly taking part in a TV show complete with an announcer. Meanwhile, the game heavily relies on a fictional soda named Black Hola Cola for jokes, mechanics, and objectives.
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Since NIS America has brought yet another insanely niche JRPG to us here in the west, I thought it would be best to strap on my thickest pair of glasses and jump into it with a review. Ladies and gentlemen, brace yourselves for Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy! Continue reading Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy Review (PS Vita)