Monthly Archives: March 2018

The Witch And The Hundred Knight 2 Review (PS4)

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Hundred Knight 2 Is a Hack and Slash Romp With a NIS Flavor   Nippon Ichi Software is mostly known for developing turn-based strategy RPGs rife with humor. However, they took everyone by surprise in 2014 when The Witch and the Hundred Knight was released in the United States. …

PS4-Exclusive LocoRoco Quest Rolls onto The Swords of Ditto

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Game now available for pre-order Developer onebitbeyond and publisher Devolver digital have announced that PlayStation 4 version of The Swords of Ditto are about about to become a little more roly-poly, thanks to an exclusive upcoming LocoRoco-inspired quest. The Swords of Ditto is a “compact RPG”, in which players will take control…

Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings Review (Switch)

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Double Trouble I love the Atelier series. I’ve been with it since it debuted in the West with Atelier Iris, and I’m still here now. It’s provided countless memorable adventures, and its trademark alchemy mechanics — regardless of iteration — have always been both welcome and enjoyable in my book. I love the Atelier series. And…

The Alliance Alive Review (3DS)

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Alive and Well   “I kind of want to play this again right away.” That was the first thing I thought to myself while watching the credits roll for The Alliance Alive. Unless I’m hunting for achievements (which isn’t all too common for me, anymore), that isn’t something that pops…

ARMS Producer On Character Development and Smash Bros. Potential

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Will Spring Man join Smash Bros.? Not so fast. In a post-GDC interview with Polygon, ARMS producer Kosuke Yabuki discussed the trials and tribulations of creating new characters, addressing criticisms of de-emphasizing the story, and — gasp! — potential for one of the fighters to join the latest Smash…

The Raven Remastered Review (PS4)

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Everyone is a suspect.   Murder. Thievery. Deception. Bird references. All are intertwined in The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief. The team behind last year’s Black Mirror, King Art Games, are back with a remaster of the 2013 point-and-click-style adventure. The THQ Nordic-published team have given this last-gen…

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