Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel Review

Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel Review

Feb 2, 2016

Girls just want to have fun Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel marks the latest fighter to capitalize on Japan’s visual novel craze. Following in the footsteps of Ecole Software and SEGA’s 2015 release Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax and EXAMU’s 2013 mashup brawler, Aquapazza: Aquaplus Dream Match, the game makes extensive use of...

The Bug Butcher Review

The Bug Butcher Review

Feb 2, 2016

Uninvited guests are seriously the worst; good thing there’s a guy that you can call for that sort of thing Imagine a future in which aliens have most definitely been confirmed to exist. That probably isn’t too difficult for most people to do. Now take it one step further, and imagine if said aliens did not only exist on their own planets, but also...

Defunct Review

Defunct Review

Feb 1, 2016

Ride the Wall-E!   Defunct is a simple game with a lot on its plate despite first glances. You’re a cute wheelie robot that falls out of its cargo ship. Find your way home! That’s about it. When talking about Defunct with a fellow PoorPlayer, he joked about it sounded like the plot to a Pixar movie, and that’s fairly accurate. Self...

Megadimension Neptunia VII Review

Megadimension Neptunia VII Review

Feb 1, 2016

When I get that feelin’, I need Nep-tual healin’ The goddesses of Gameindustri have certainly been working overtime for the past few years. It seems like hardly a few months goes by without Compile Heart and publisher Idea Factory International releasing a new numbered entry, reboot or spin-off title in the endlessly quirky and addicting...

Final Fantasy Explorers Review

Final Fantasy Explorers Review

Jan 31, 2016

Less fantasy, more copying     I am going to start off by saying this: I am not the biggest fan of Capcom’s Monster Hunter series. They are very slow and methodical in everything that you do. Now, I am not saying that they are bad at all; in fact, the series is quite good in many ways, but I feel this needs to be said at the beginning of this...

Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Review

Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Review

Jan 30, 2016

Does the newest Mario & Luigi adventure write for players a fantastic adventure, or is it the fanfic that never should have been? The Mario & Luigi series has been running strong for quite some time now. Beginning on the Game Boy Advance and spanning to the Nintendo 3DS, the now five-game-long series has been taking the Super Mario Brothers franchise...