Encore! Encore! – Final Fantasy Theatrhythm Curtain Call Review

Encore! Encore! – Final Fantasy Theatrhythm Curtain Call Review

Sep 16, 2014

  When Square Enix announced Final Fantasy Theatrhythm: Final Mix Curtain Call in Japan, I was a bit skeptical at first. After all, Square has had a long history of re-releasing games with extra content that never saw the light of day outside of Japan. But both Final Fantasy lovers and music lovers rejoiced once a release date was announced stateside....

Run Like Hell! Review

Run Like Hell! Review

Sep 16, 2014

Run Like Hell! gives fast food a whole new meaning   Run Like Hell! Polish developer Mass Creation’s 2012 iOS endless runner has jogged its way onto the Playstation Vita. Developed by the team behind the hyperviolent action survival title Draw Slasher, this colorful adaptation of the mobile game puts players in the well-worn running shoes of Joe,  a...

Full Steam Simulation- Train Fever Review

Full Steam Simulation- Train Fever Review

Sep 13, 2014

Going off the rails on a crazy train Over the years I have played a lot of video games and chances are if you are reading this you probably have as well. So when it comes to games it takes something pretty darn special to be memorable to me. One of these games for me was Sid Meier’s Railroad Tycoon which came out in 1990. I was able to borrow a...

Goofs and Guitars: Boo Bunny Plague Review

Goofs and Guitars: Boo Bunny Plague Review

Sep 12, 2014

Remember those games that released around the turn of the century that put more stock in humor and quirk than solid gameplay or mechanical substance? I do. I think we all remember Deer Avenger. Was it a good game? Absolutely not. Was it funny? Well, okay — still no. Boo Bunny Plague aims to rectify this by being exceptionally funny (and mostly succeeding)...

Azure Striker GUNVOLT Review

Azure Striker GUNVOLT Review

Sep 10, 2014

Experience the revival of the hardcore action-platformer in the adrenaline-pumping Azure Striker GUNVOLT for the Nintendo 3DS   While the days of Mega Man have seemingly come to an end, Keiji Inafune – the “father” of Mega Man – has done his best to make sure that the spirit of the series lives on. While most of Inafune’s...

Set My Heart Aflutter- Hatoful Boyfriend Review

Set My Heart Aflutter- Hatoful Boyfriend Review

Sep 4, 2014

If there’s one thing the Japanese game industry creates more than anything else, it’s dating sims. The genre is a big thing over there, as everyone wants their own kawaii waifu to caress lovingly through the static veil of their computer screen and suspiciously sticky keyboard. …Yeah, okay. I can’t give this a good, proper, funny lead-in...