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Transport Fever 2 Review

Having finished Two Point Hospital and its DLCs while the JRPG scene's been quiet, I was on the lookout for a sim game to play on the PC again. This game looked good and some reviews on Steam mentioned it was similar to Cities: Skylines, another sim game I enjoyed playing which could be considered a successor to the classic Sim City. Broken...


Anime Review 2019 Round-up III

Sorata Kanda is an art student who is caught taking care of a cat in the student dorm. Determined to continue looking after it, he is given the choice of living at Sakurasou instead as punishment, a place infamous for talented but weird art students. Misaki, a shamelessly perverted girl who'd happily take on...


The Outer Worlds Review

You're one of the top minds aboard the colonist ship "Hope" that had been frozen in cryo stasis. After an accident and left to drift in the Halycon System a rogue scientist Dr. Phineas Welles arrives to the rescue. With only enough resources to revive one person you are sent out aboard the transport ship "Unreliable". Now you must set...


Anime Review 2019 Round-up II

"Rascal" Sakuta Azusagawa is a blunt high school boy who is shunned by most of the other students at school after he supposedly got caught up in a violent incident. One day while at the library, he comes across one of his older, fellow school mates Mai Sakurajima who also happened to be a popular actress on haitus. Mai was dressed up in a...


Astral Chain Review

Astral Chain looked good and the Switch has been short on new original JRPGs instead of just ports so I thought I'd give it try. Not to mention it's made by the same developers as Persona 5 although other people might have wanted it because it's supposed ot be closer to Nier;Automata. I wasn't quite sure what I was in for because I didnt...


SLA 2019 - Tenki no Ko, Weathering with You Review

Haven't been to a Scotland Loves Animation for several years now but kept an eye out for Weathering with You this year since the disc release is probably still a long way off. It was pretty much a given since the event screened Your Name the last time before disc release. I dropped into GFT to buy a ticket on the same day the organisers...


MarZ: Tactical Base Defense Review

I didn't have much looking for a new RTS game but while I was browsing Steam for one I came across an indie game named "MarZ: Tactical Base Defence". Both the screenshots and the name just shouted another tower defence game. I pretty much consider tower defence games to be a casual game you'd just play on a mobile - quick short sessions...


Fate/Stay Night Nendoroid Saber Super Movable Edition Review

As you might already know, I'm quite a fan of Fate/Stay Night so when I saw this cute and detailed Saber Nendoroid, I decided to buy it from the market place. Unfortunately, it's a really old figure so naturally people have been jacking up the prices but it was that or a bootleg... And considering the poor quality of small bootleg figures...


Real World Locations in Japanese Anime and Games

I was inspired to do this post after realising how many locations I recognised from shows and games I've played after visiting Japan. You will probably too once you've been since so many fictional works are based on real life locations and the great thing is you won't have to go out of your way to find these places unlike say Makoto...