Yakuza 5 is a response to the complacency of Western development.
The latest from Arc System Works and Aksys is the sequel to XBlaze Code: Embryo, but you need not have played it to dive into XBlaze Lost: Memories.
Lost Dimension is a turn-based strategy RPG developed in Japan with strengths well beyond just solid SRPG mechanics. It's also the only game in the genre I have played that's piqued my interest and kept me playing this long.
The Atelier series returns for perhaps the last time on PS3 with the conclusion to the Dusk trilogy.
The second game in the Kingdom Hearts series is where the fun truly begins — well, at least until we see Kingdom Hearts III…hopefully before Star Wars Episode IX is released in 2019.
Rogue finds Assassin's Creed in the middle of a calm and composed paradox.
Codemasters' F1 series returns, but you may want to take a pit and look towards next year's release.
On its own, Ranko Tsukigime's Longest Day is lightweight runner with scant traces of inspiration. As integral part of the dynamic, multimedia Short Peace project, its relative value becomes a bit more manageable.
Persona 4 Arena Ultimax demonstrates an exemplary allegiance to a genre-spanning assembly of enthusiasts.
Activision and Toys for Bob have continually upped the ante year in and year out with the Skylanders series. Last year, the Skylanders series took a creative turn with Swap Force, a game where the Skylanders could swap legs/torsos to mix/match and create new Skylanders with multiple powers. This year, the turn has been made towards less of a Skylanders focus and more of an enemy focus. The results...[Read More]
Had it not come in for review, I doubt I would have ever made an effort to play Fairy Fencer F, but having now taken the opportunity, I'm really glad I did.