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Endzone - A World Apart Review & Tips

Been a while since I last played a good city builder/management sim on the PC and this indie game, "Endzone" looked quite interesting. Sim City remains the classic that started it all. City Skylines is a decent title that follows in its footsteps but here, you have one with a post-apocalypse setting where you have to rebuild to help...


Bravely Default II Review

Been a long time since I touched the Switch and was quite excited when I heard there was a new Bravely Default game. Got it confused with Bravely Second but it's actually a whole new game and story. The Final Fantasy series started off with a very simple Heroes of Light against darkness but, after that they've evolved to have more depth...


Utawarerumono Mask of Truth Review

Releasd a year later after Mask of Deception, it picks up where it left off focusing on Kuon back in her homeland of Tuskur but she's forgotten all about Haku and the others due to shock. After a big long flashback summary of the prequel, Kuon learns of the corruption that plagues Yamato and decides to take up her role to vanquish the...


Utawarerumono Mask of Deception Review & Platinum Trophy Tips

Picked this up during the Big in Japan PSN sale because Mask of Deception and Mask of Truth were selling as a bundle for less than £10. Have been quite curious about the game since I've heard a lot of praise for Utawarerumono. It turns out to be by Aquaplus who are best known for their romance visual novel games such as To Heart and White...


Persona 5 Strikers Review

After all the spin-offs it's good to see the story pick-up from the original game (not Royal with the new female member unfortunately). Otherwise known as Persona 5: Scramble in Japan, the story picks up 6 months after the events of the original Persona 5 as the gang decides to meet up again and go camping together for the summer...


13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim Review

I'm kind of a fan of Vanillaware games since the PS2. They have a nice art style and all of them have been different. Maybe just Dragon's Crown was a bit of a disappointment because of the strange anatomy in the character designs but, the co-op was fun at least. Not many games with co-op these days. Anyway, I saw their latest game 13...


Zanki Zero: Last Beginning Review

Haruto had committed murder and decided he would commit suicide by jumping off a building one night. However, he finds himself underwater instead. When he wakes up he finds himself on an island surrounded by ruins as if the apocalypse had just occurred. Greeting him was a young cheery girl with a prosthetic arm and leg who introduces...


Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore Review

Tsubasa Oribe is the only survivor of the Mass Disappearance that occurred 5 years ago when her older sister also disappeared from stage. After getting over her shock she applies to be an idol in the hopes of finding clues to her sister's whereabouts but finds herself transported to another world as everyone around her disappears yet...


AI: The Somnium Files Review

I had no idea what this game was about or even what kind of game it was but it looked interesting so I thought I'd try it out. Turns out to be a strange crime investigating, 3D visual novel by Spike Chunsoft the same company that made the Daganronpa games (which I also never played). In this case this was directed by Koutaro Uchikoshi who was...


Final Fantasy VII: Remake, Midgar Review

So, Final Fantasy VII fans were literally jumping up and down when SE finally revealed they were remaking the game back in 2015. Now 23 years later after the original game release we have the very first part of the remake that comes on two discs, a 45GB data disc that takes about 1 hour to install before you can load up the game. For the record...