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DJ Max Portable Clazziquai Review

It's been almost a week since the latest title in the DJMP rhythm game series, "DJ Max Portable Clazziquai" has been released in Korea and, having become a fan of the first two games, I've spent many hours playing this version which is aimed at "newbies". Upon starting the game, you're asked to register a DJ profile just like previous...


Those Cheeky Heroes Or2 Review

If you played the first "Those Cheeky Heroes", beat hard mode and think this sequel "Yuusha no Kuse ni Namaiki da Or2" is going to be easy then you're wrong. After playing it for several hours without going through the new tutorials, I lost more than I did in the prequel. I don't know what the "Or2" stands for but, people are guessing it...


Okami Wii Review

Picked up Okami, a port of the PS2 action game. I heard many good things about this game and since nothing else interesting was coming out for the Wii for some time, I decided to try it out. HMV sells the game with an alternative slip cover over here but, didn't find out about that until after I bought this. The American boxart had a very faded...


Wiiware, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles - My Life as a King

Since Nintendo lets players who buy and register their products to swap Star Points for Wii Points now, I finally decided to go download the 1500 points Wii Ware title, "Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles - My Life as a King". The sim (yes, it's not an RPG!) sounded like a very fun title and with Square-Enix behind its development, I was...


Sigma Harmonics Review

The story of "Sigma Harmonics" begin in Kurogami Mansion where a great Clock Tower seals away demons known as "Ouma" existing within the flow of time, creatures that can alter people's thoughts provoking them to do malicious deeds. Sigma Kurogami a "Sound User" and his friend Neon Tsukiyumi, a "Charm User" one day go out for some lunch...


Persona 4 Review

It's only been a year since Persona 3 FES was released in Japan. Two years for the original Persona 3 game. Now Atlus is back with Persona 4 which follows very much the same gameplay from P3. You play as a high school student who must balance your daily life routine with dungeon exploring as the days pass and the story unfolds. So is P4 the...


What Wii Fit Doesn't Tell You

It's been a while since I purchased Wii Fit and while I know most have given it up, I've now spent a total of 41 hours on it before the included "Panasonic Industrial Alkaline" batteries ran out. This was spread out over a period of 2 months while keeping up my own morning jog. Pretty much given up on all the other stuff such as yoga in Wii Fit...


Super Smash Bros Brawl

Never played any of the previous titles in the series but decided to pick up "Super Smash Bros Brawl" for the Wii because there's been another lack of good titles for the console. I had the game pre-ordered and managed to get this "Limited Edition" sleeve for the game together with a postcard of Zero Suit Samus. Pretty cool considering...


Trauma Centre: Under The Knife 2

The sequel to the first operating game "Trauma Centre: Under The Knife" on the DS is finally out. I've been anticipating this game since it was announced. It's been three years since GUILT was defeated and now Derek Stiles and Angie Thompson are in Africa, Costigar treating patients in a war-torn country as voluntary doctors. Lacking...


Dragon Quest Swords, Wiimote Shaking Fun?

Dragon Quest Swords, Square-Enix's Wiimote slashing game, has finally reached EU shores. So how does it play? Starting the game up, a festival is running and a mandatory tutorial is given about how to use the Wiimote. Afterwards, it's time to take the "Walk of the Worthy" and go on the very first sword slashing adventure. Each location...