I just watched six episodes of this very boring and banal snoozefest on a whim; to its credit, it had me hooked up until episode 6 where the plot became your typical boring, generic crap as expected of the barbaric culture of the Western world. In what could have been an interesting plot of Gods … Continue reading Blood of Zeus (2020): A Netflix Original “Anime” That Disappoints as Expected
Strange Journey Redux / Deep Strange Journey is full of revisions that change it from an intriguing lore, setting, and mystery into complete shit.
Note: This review will contain Major Spoilers for Tales of Crestoria, Tales of Zestiria, and Tales of Graces F. This’ll be more of a “stream of consciousness” type of review, because I’m not sure how I feel about this game. More precisely, I’m unsure if I can say the positives and negatives outweigh each other … Continue reading Tales of Crestoria Review and Impressions
If you need convincing that Eirikrjs has no idea what he's talking about, then please give this a read. I debunk Eirikrjs by quoting SMT Nocturne itself.
SMT Nocturne is referencing the Qliphoth, not the Sephirot as Eirikjrs claimed; there's some evidence to show Eirikrjs knew it and deliberately lied.
Exposing the lies of a privileged racist
A brilliant sequel to a brilliant story.
A slow-paced story that ultimately has amazing characters, plot, narrative, and endings. Definitely worth reading/playing for Visual Novel fans.
This is the quintessential Dragon Quest game and offers the best that the series delivers on. Definitely deserves Game of The Year, if nominated. If you're considering purchasing this game, I highly recommend it.
This Review Contains Massive Spoilers This might sound like some angry, stupid rant and I totally apologize. I just want to let it be known that I enjoyed this visual novel so much that I didn't sleep for a whole day just to complete chapter 3-4. I played it non-stop because I was totally loving … Continue reading G-Senjou no Maou: A Captivating Narrative turned into an Incoherent Mess
An utter waste! This action-adventure video game is, by far, one of the stupidest experiences that I've ever had the displeasure of playing through. It deceptively plays itself off as a mature video game meant for an adult audience but all you'll find is overly cartoonish depictions of blood spatter as if that makes a … Continue reading Drakengard 3
I've decided to skip over obvious remarks on graphics and decided not to speak of the music element either because the radio's in this game are a pretty far range in musical taste. If you don't mind repetition then this game should be very enjoyable for you. Gameplay: Repetitive, gets old pretty quick, constantly having … Continue reading Grand Theft Auto IV
Customization: Right from the start you get a very good variety of customization for the character you wish to create, a much more improved formula than the previous game. The classes, while only been giving a couple new ones, have been given a much more improved moveset for all of them overall. Add to the … Continue reading Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2 (PSP)
It was lackluster; not bad but lacking in depth. The customization feature that is so hyped from the manual and the back of the box is very limited and you can't even choose the eye color (I like choosing eye color, it just makes the face to me, you know?). You can choose between male … Continue reading Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology (PSP)
Tales of Legendia is part of the "Tales of" series from the company Namco. It's had many sleeper hit rpgs due to poor marketing of the mostly great rpg's that are the "Tales of" series. I'll start right off the bat with this game's best quality: Music: 10/10, some of the best scores I've ever … Continue reading Tales of Legendia
Tales of the Abyss was released on the ten year Tales anniversary which celebrated by Namco Bandai. In this particular title, Namco tried to do a more original story to be less cliche unlike with Tales of Symphonia, Tales of Destiny, and Tales of Legendia. It was made by Team Symphonia, the only division that … Continue reading Tales of the Abyss (PS2)
Shin Megami Tensei Nocturne is widely recognized as one of the best in Atlus's Shin Megami Tensei series. It is known for its harsh, unforgiving, and mature atmosphere. The game itself delves into numerous philosophical concepts and demonstrates the desperation of the human mind in dire conditions where survival is crucial. This is an M-rated … Continue reading Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne
Dragon Quest V is part of the "Dragon Quest" series. It was created by Yuji Horii with character and monster designs from the creator of Dragonball and Dragonball Z, Akira Toriyama. It's the fifth installment in the Dragon Quest series and the DS remake marks the second remake made for Dragon Quest V specifically. This … Continue reading Dragon Quest V DS
Chrono Cross is a sequel to the fabled game Chrono Trigger. This game attempted a different approach from most sequels by changing the focus of the story and characters completely. Like all Squaresoft games of the PS1 era, the battle system attempts to be unique and original to stand out from the rest of the … Continue reading Negative Review: The Worst Game Ever, Chrono Cross!
First, I'd like to state that the Shin Megami Tensei series is my favorite RPG series and that I really enjoyed playing most of them. Persona 4 (for the PS2) was my introduction to the series. Persona 4 is a game I had heard remarkable things about before purchasing it. It had great trailers and I … Continue reading Negative Review: Persona 4