Middle Child Syndrome- Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars Review

Middle Child Syndrome- Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars Review

Apr 15, 2014

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you…Japan. The land of the rising sun is certainly known for, among other things, containing some of the strangest cultural creations ever to see the light of day. The worlds of anime, manga and otaku culture are strange, indeed, and many tropes and themes often bleed from those into the world of Japanese video games....

Initiative Flux- Bravely Default Review

Initiative Flux- Bravely Default Review

Feb 25, 2014

Bravery, huh? What do we define as “bravery”? Is it the initiative to start something new, or say something that, before, went unspoken, or take a leap of faith? Or is it the drive to keep going once you’ve started? Can you really be brave and smart about things at once? I like to hope so, but I obviously don’t know everything. But let’s...

Load Up Your Truth Gun and Shoot At Despair- Trigger Happy Havoc: Danganronpa Review

Load Up Your Truth Gun and Shoot At Despair- Trigger Happy Havoc: Danganronpa Review

Feb 15, 2014

Game: Trigger Happy Havoc: Danganronpa System: Playstation Vita Genre: Murder Mystery Visual Novel Puzzler Story:  Naegi Makoto is an ordinary kid by all standards and even he knows it. However, he was actually picked by a lucky raffle to be sent to Hope’s Peak Academy, a sort of school where only the high school students with ‘ultimate’...

Square’s 1994 Masterpiece Final Fantasy VI Lands On iOS

Square’s 1994 Masterpiece Final Fantasy VI Lands On iOS

Feb 6, 2014

  Square Enix announced today that their 1994 SNES masterpiece Final Fantasy VI is now available on iOS devices on the App Store for $15.99. Widely regarded as the best of Square’s 16-bit entries, this iOS port features enhanced visuals and the ability to access your saved games across multiple iOS devices via iCloud. The game also features the...

‘The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds’ – Review

‘The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds’ – Review

Dec 1, 2013

Back when The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds was first announced, I was struck with an intense amount of excitement. It was a brand new Zelda game, with all new visuals, and a brand new story. Most importantly, it was a brand new LINK. It wasn’t the remake of Marjoa’s Mask that fans were (and still are) clamoring for. It was a new adventure, taking...

Superior Beasts- Pokemon X and Y Review

Superior Beasts- Pokemon X and Y Review

Oct 26, 2013

     Evolution has always been an integral part of Pokemon. Almost every single one of the series’ now 700+ monsters have had some sort of higher form to be achieved, bringing with it greater power, new design, and most importantly, a broader range of potential. And potential bleeds profusely from Pokémon X and Y, twice-evolved plus a Mega evolution for...