I’ve reviewed all three Danganronpa games to have been released in English so far, and all three I’ve loved and found to be amongst the best games available on the
I reviewed Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters back on PS3, so I’m going to spend my time talking about its improvements and how it’s changed whilst you can read my original
Yomawari: Night Alone is a creepy game, and not one that I was eager to play at night. Similar to The Firefly Diary, Yomawari features a young female protagonist who’s
You might look at Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors and think that it’s a game that only has fan-service to offer but you would be wrong as Party Favors has
I’m not familiar with Touhou past seeing plenty of art for it on the internet but, sadly, this game doesn’t make me want to delve into the series and I
I enjoyed the Grand Kingdom beta a lot which left me itching for the full release and now, with its release a few days ago, I got to sink my
Republique is quite unlike anything I’ve played in recent years and although I went in knowing very little about the game, I came out knowing little more than where I
Stranger of Sword City is a rare game in that it’s one of the only first-person dungeon-crawling RPG’s that I’ve actually enjoyed playing, and one that didn’t constantly feel needlessly
The Witch and the Hundred Knight, as I remember it on PS3, is vile, vulgar and offensive – and I remember enjoying it a whole lot. I never played much
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel is set to be one of niche developer Nihon Falcom’s most popular titles in the West, after struggling to gain my traction
I’ve returned to Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance, a game I reviewed quite favourably, as all of the DLC consisting of missions and characters has finally been released. It’s nice
It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anybody when I say that my game of the year is Persona 4: Dancing All Night, and it’s one that I’ve clocked dozens
Ah Disgaea, we meet again! Since having reviewed the fourth installment and buying every other game in the series bar the first, I’ve become more acquainted with Disgaea and I’m
A turn-based RPG where your teammates live or die based on your choices, which affects how the final battle plays out? Count me in, I’ve been excited for Lost Dimension
Danganronpa quickly became one of my favourite series’ when I belatedly got my hands on Trigger Happy Havoc, and I’ve been waiting for Ultra Despair Girls since it was announced.
I love hack and slash games and I’m definitely not adverse to zombie-slaying women in bikinis, but is that concept good enough to be able to carry an entire game?