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Two Point Hospital Review

I'm sure fans of Bullfrog's classic Theme Hospital has been waiting for a modern day successor. Others such as Hospital Tycoon just lacked the fun and polish to beat or be close to the classic. Now game developers that worked on Theme Hospital Mark Webley and Gary Carr has gone off to develop Two Point Studio to give it anothertry...


Persona 5: Dancing Star Night Review

Some time has passed since Persona 5 and the gang has graduated from high school. The gang suddenly finds themselves in the Velvet Room and gathered together once again. The twins greets them, claiming they're hosting a party and need them to dance as part of their next "rebirth". It turns out it was the twins' elder sister's idea...


Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night Review

Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night takes place somewhere between the original game and FES. Elizabeth has decided to hold a party and has invited the SEES gang over to dance inside their dreams. The gang is reluctant at first since they've still got Shadows to fight but after hearing time doesn't pass by in Club Velvet, they decide to stay for...


Surviving Mars Review

I was interested in this sim when I heard Paradox Interactive was going to be publishing it. The modern day version of Sim City, "Cities Skylines" they published was quite good to play so this new premise of colonising Mars sounded like it'd be even more fun, despite being a different developer making it. The premise isn't really...


Octopath Traveler Review

It's been a long time since Octopath Traveller (the British English spelling with double "L") was revealed for the Switch and now the name's here to stay with Square-Enix's latest JRPG. It's proven to be so popular that the first batch of physical copies sold out before the holiday weekend in Japan. You can choose to start the game as...


Yomawari: Midnight Shadows Review

I quite enjoyed the first game but the pricing kind of put me off getting it. Not to mention it's been a great time for the PS4 over the past couple of months with so many big titles out. But then I saw the sequel Shin Yomawari: Midnight Shadows as part of the "Big In Japan" sale and picked it up. Two best friends Yui and Haru go out together one...


Tower of Time Review

It's been a while since I played a good RPG or in this case, Tower of Time is a "CRPG" which basically mimics the old number games of dice based Dungeon and Dragon games. Dark times rule the land of Atara after a catastrophe took place. A nameless young boy discovers a tower one day while out hunting and curiosity gets the better of him as...


Detroit: Become Human Review

Robot technology has reached the stage where they're capable of virtually performing any task that a human can do and are now used to serve or work in various parts of the industry. However, recently there have been reports where such androids have turned into a "deviant", running away from their master or worse - killing them. Now...


Valkyria Chronicles 4 Review

It's been a looong time since Valkyria Chronicles III on the PSP - more than 7 years ago. We had a mediocre arcade style spin-off Valkyria Revolution but that didn't quite satiate the fans hope for a real new VC game so needless to say, there was plenty of excitement when VC4 was announced. Valkyria Chronicles was a special game on the...


Railway Empire Review

It's been a while since I played a PC game since getting consoles. The PC gaming landscape has changed from when JRPGs used to be almost non-existent to the point where you can find a whole range of them on Steam now. That said, it still can't beat consoles in terms of choice if you're into Japanese games. One area PCs still excel in are...