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While the West never got Grand Knight's History for the PSP due to Vanillaware not having the manpower to devote resources to it, Spike Chunsoft has a development team based on some of the staff from the production of that game working on this new game. Grand Kingdom is very much something of a successor to that game, and luckily NISA has localized it. And it's a pretty good experience for the RP gamer.

Review by - 9/9/2016 8:36 AM Comments (0)

This film is, quite frankly, a giant mess. This isn't one whole story about a team of superpowered individuals like The Avengers was, but rather a collection of short stories about a mismatched group of criminals and society misfits.

Review by - 8/11/2016 10:05 AM Comments (0)

Captain Kirk and his crew must battle merely to survive, let alone thwart an impending attack on the Federation, and doing so means facing up to their fears, their pasts, their legacies and the very ideals that have taken them to the final frontier.

Review by - 7/24/2016 4:36 PM Comments (0)

While the rest of the world waits for Season Three of The Walking Dead game series, Telltale Games wanted to do an experiment with a three episode mini-series featuring Michonne from the comic series. The end result tries to give the player insight to this character, but its does very little with the limited amount of time it has to do so. This ultimately makes for a weaker experience.

Review by - 6/3/2016 8:06 AM Comments (0)

While Atlus and Sega have their own visual novel character fighting game, It was only a matter of time before Nitroplus characters would get their own. Much like those other games, it also proves that you don't need to know these properties to give someone a beat down and have a good time.

Review by - 3/31/2016 9:22 AM Comments (0)

While Rodea was originally planned as a Wii game, numerous delays almost saw the project canceled. Years later the game finally released on the 3DS and Wii U, but it had undergone many changes, many of which were either negative or just plain unnecessary. Chalk up another title to those that become worse due to publisher meddling, because Rodea the Sky Soldier is one such game, with the 3DS version being the worst of it.

Review by - 1/10/2016 5:04 PM Comments (0)

As with any film with the tremendous cultural expectations and setting the tone for a revival of a beloved franchise, imperfections will become glaring, even when a reasonable perspective is applied. The bottom line is that this is about as strong a return to the Star Wars universe as one could expect, and it’s going to be a long wait until Episode VIII!

Review by - 12/20/2015 3:40 PM Comments (1)

Sekai Project has expanded the number of genres it's covering with this RPG release. Made with RPG Maker, the game uses scripts to enhance the experience to make for a more interesting game. But the limitations of the base engine reveal themselves, as the game has some shortcomings.

Review by - 11/22/2015 4:17 PM Comments (0)

In the visual novel boom that's taken root on steam of late, one sub-genre of the medium still has yet to make a larger presence. But A Kiss for the Petals: Remembering How We Met might be one of the first yuri(lesbian) visual novels to grace Steam. Despite not being an eroge like the rest of the series, it could be only the introduction before we see more. But on it's own it's a cute story.

Review by - 10/27/2015 8:07 AM Comments (0)

About a year ago, XBLAZE Code: Embryo released for the PS3 and PS Vita. It was a visual novel that took place in the Blazblue universe. The story was set 150 years before those events however, so it's connection to the source material was tenuous at best. The true canonical ending did end on a cliffhanger, which is where Lost: Memories takes place. Well, it sort of does, as it's more of a fan-disc. But the content of the game is a bit lacking, and the conclusion to the storyline is lacking as well.

Review by - 10/4/2015 4:48 PM Comments (0)