From Tokyo Game Show 2019, one of my favorite games was The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 3. This has been my favorite JRPG series over the past decade and possibly even surpasses Persona 4 in my books. Interestingly, the game takes place after the end of a civil war. While most games take place in … Continue reading The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 3 Review
In our interview, we discuss what sets Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen apart from other JRPGs, the battle mechanics of the game, and why you should buy it.
At TGS 2019 I had the pleasure of reviewing a 20-minute demo of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. The game had a smaller showing at the Bandai Namco side of the event with only about 8 demo units available. However, it was also one of the most popular games Bandai Namco had to offer. Thus, it was quite popular … Continue reading Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot — The Best DBZ Game Ever Made
[google-translator] I was lucky again this year to be at Tokyo Game Show 2019 on the business day for members of the press. The event was amazing as always with incredible booths set up by some of the biggest names in the gaming industry. PlayStation and Square Enix took advantage of their front-runner, Final Fantasy … Continue reading Final Fantasy VII Remake Demos “Sold Out” by 12 pm at TGS 2019
Japan is a country with a high demand for visual novel games that’s unparalleled anywhere else in the world. As a result, they make up a huge part of the video game market in Japan. Often some of the most popular anime and manga, like Steins; Gate or Fate/stay night, are adapted from visual novels and vice versa. But … Continue reading Japanese Visual Novels: What They Are, Plus 5 Reading Recommendations (GaijinPot)