There are some games you never expect to be released in the West. Occasionally, a passionate fanbase might do an unofficial localization, but there are still many amazing games out there never brought over from Japan. Since its Japanese release on 3DS in 2015, my most-wanted game was Dai Gyakuten Sa… Read More »
I don’t know if you’ve heard — I mean, just about everybody knows, but there are always a few societal stragglers — but Final Fantasy XIV has a limited-time event going on right now called the “Make it Rain” campaign. Now, I cannot speak as to whether this is a nod to the poppy noise of Ed Sheeran o… Read More »
When RPGFan did its top five favorite RPGs of all time feature some years ago, The World Ends with You (TWEWY) snuck into my list. When the original title debuted, I had all but lost faith in Square Enix’s ability to produce anything like they used to. A fresh premise, one of the most unique battle… Read More »
I have long held that video games can deliver stories every bit as engaging as any other medium save, perhaps, for the written word. For example, the fourteen-volume fantasy epic The Wheel of Time has an almost unimaginable degree of depth due to a ludicrously high page count, but also bec… Read More »
Imagine it’s a slow, lazy Sunday, and you’re sitting in your computer chair, absent-mindedly clicking around the internet with the least bemused face you can muster. You click on a retro forum topic talking about a hidden gem someone found with a download link. Acknowledging that the disc version is… Read More »
The card game roguelite genre has exploded in popularity over the last few years and has become one of my favorite game styles. Like with any entry in a crowded genre, the challenge when making a new game like Tainted Grail: Conquest is building on the successes of genre titans while remaining uniqu… Read More »
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