Post 392182

Daigasso! Band Brothers P: Too Many Tomatoes

By Jenni . May 11, 2014 . 5:01pm

Daigasso Band Bros. P is an incredible game and creation tool, but if you’re looking to import a casual rhythm game, this one isn’t for you.

Post 394643

AKB48+Me is Good, Cheap Fun

By Jenni . May 8, 2014 . 5:30pm

AKB48+Me isn’t exactly a masterpiece, but when you consider it’s usually only about $11-15, it turns into quite a prize.

Post 396545

Just How Complete Is Mario Golf: World Tour Without Its DLC?

By Ethan . May 7, 2014 . 1:32pm

The first question that needs to be asked when there’s DLC available for a game on launch day is: “Is there enough content in this game to justify the price without the additional downloadable content?”

Post 396069

Conception II: Sterile Ideas And A Lack Of Vision

By Jack . May 4, 2014 . 5:00pm

Conception II only cares about how cute you think the girls in your harem are; everything else is just fluff.

Post 395444

NES Remix 2: Well Worth The Price Of Admission

By Thomas . May 3, 2014 . 5:00pm

What I once thought was a strange choice by Nintendo, I now find is one of the better offerings on their Wii U eShop.

Post 394845

Kirby Triple Deluxe: One Of The Better Uses Of The Nintendo 3DS

By Ethan . April 28, 2014 . 12:31pm

Kirby Triple Deluxe may not feature new gameplay ideas, but it’s one of the better uses of the Nintendo 3DS’ features, including stereoscopic 3D.

Post 393885

Mario Golf: World Tour Exemplifies The Best In Mario Sports

By Ethan . April 24, 2014 . 12:31pm

Mario Golf: World Tour is a fantastic golf game. It’s as deep as you want it to be, or as streamlined as you need it to be.

Post 392762

Demon Gaze: A Dungeon Crawler For Newcomers

By Jack . April 21, 2014 . 5:40pm

Unlike a lot of games in its genre, Demon Gaze makes a noticeable effort to ease you in.

Post 386618

Destiny of Spirits: Absolutely Bland

By Jenni . April 19, 2014 . 12:31pm

Destiny of Spirits reminds me a lot of Puzzle & Dragons, only less interactive and entertaining.

Post 390335

Ragnarok Odyssey Ace: Decent Combat, Average Everything Else

By Thomas . April 13, 2014 . 12:30pm

Ultimately, Ragnarok Odyssey Ace is a middle-of-the-road title, with decent combat and average everything else.

Post 390275

Half Minute Hero II: The Second Coming – More Isn’t Better

By Ethan . April 12, 2014 . 12:30pm

Part of me wants to lavish praise on Half Minute Hero II: The Second Coming just for coming out at all. The other part… not so much.

Post 386132

Atelier Escha & Logy: Keep An Eye On The Clock

By Laura . March 30, 2014 . 9:29am

I find it fascinating that, even though time management is something disliked but unavoidable in the real world, Atelier Escha & Logy manages to make it so manically enjoyable.

Post 386145

Dark Souls II: One Of The Truest Sequels I’ve Ever Played

By Jack . March 29, 2014 . 5:30pm

This playtest was inspired by Dark Souls.

Post 384760

inFamous: Second Son – This City Is Delsin’s City

By Jenni . March 25, 2014 . 1:17pm

inFamous: Second Son is an extraordinary game that doesn’t play like a launch library title, where it felt like the developers weren’t entirely sure of what they could do.

Post 382805

Tales of Symphonia Chronicles: A Timeless Tale

By Jenni . March 22, 2014 . 5:01pm

If someone is in love with Bandai Namco’s Tales series, odds are it was Tales of Symphonia or Tales of the Abyss that did it.

Post 384095

The Witch and the Hundred Knight: A NIS Game Through And Through

By Thomas . March 20, 2014 . 5:32pm

The Witch and the Hundred Knight is the latest release from NIS, and in some ways, a departure from their usual fare. But don’t let that fool you into thinking that Hundred Knight isn’t a NIS game.

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