When NIS America published a pair of Langrisser remasters in a single package, I debated whether or not I wanted to review them together since it's the only way they can be purchased. However, they're two different games, so here we are. For those unaware, Langrisser is a series of strategy RPGs that initially released … Continue reading [REVIEW] Langrisser (PS4)
With SeaBed out of the way (and reviewed here *nudge nudge*), my free time has been absolutely consumed by two different JRPGs. Langrisser I & II (PS4) This remastered collection of the first two games in the strategy RPG Langrisser series (the first was released in English under the name Warsong on the Sega Genesis!) … Continue reading It’s the Freakin’ Weekend! What Are You Playing?
Disgaea 1 Complete Developer: Nippon Ichi Software Publisher: NIS America Available on: PS4 (reviewed), Nintendo Switch Price: $49.99 USD Fifteen years ago Disgaea: Hour of Darkness introduced Nippon Ichi Software's brand of dark-humored role-playing games to the PlayStation 2 audience. It was a new take on the strategy RPG formula popularized by the likes of … Continue reading [REVIEW] Disgaea 1 Complete (PS4)
Fire Emblem: Awakening Developer: Intelligent Systems, Nintendo SPD Publisher: Nintendo Console: 3DS Release Date: February 4, 2013 (NA) Genre: Turn-based strategy RPG I've never had a commute to work where I wasn't driving myself, and if I'm at home I'm typically playing games on my TV rather than squinting at a handheld screen. However, I've … Continue reading [REVIEW] Fire Emblem: Awakening
We've almost made it through the first official week of 2017! Congratulations! How are we celebrating? For the most part I've been playing through Fire Emblem: Awakening on 3DS, which I'm in love with. For those not in the know, it's one of the landmark strategy role-playing games, similar to Final Fantasy Tactics or Tactics Ogre: Let … Continue reading It’s the Freakin’ Weekend! So What are You Playing?
Played on: PS2 Played for: About 20 hours suffering through the available campaigns before calling it quits. Now I don't normally feel inclined to review a game unless I've beaten it completely, but today I'm going to make an exception because, in this case, I just couldn't bring myself to do so. Take this review … Continue reading Eternal Poison (PS2) – Review