Justice Chronicles is a surprisingly deep and rich game. Character interactions are filled with ranges of emotions. The light-hearted nature of Kline keeps things humorous and cheerful, but that's not to say there aren't plenty of moments when things become serious. If you're craving a well written RPG and want to grind hours away crafting gear, then Justice Chronicles will suit you perfectly.
Sssnakes is a modern interpretation of that classic Nokia cellphone game that everyone remembers. There are 20 levels total and they nearly all have the same goal - eat all the eggs on screen. There are two colors of eggs: blue and green. Eating eggs of the same color increases your score faster as well as increasing the speed of the snake. Once a certain amount of eggs are eaten, a secret will appear somewhere in the level.
Overall, this game is a great entry into the series, with very few flaws. With the addition of Hunter Arts and Styles, you can customize your playstyle in a large variety of ways, with over 50 combinations of Hunter weapons and styles, not even counting Arts. With a few additions of new monsters, and a large selection of older beasties, there’s more than enough content for this game to be a flagship title, and it’s certainly a must-buy for anyone that loves Monster Hunter, and definitely wort...
7th Dragon is a Japanese exclusive series that has enjoyed success on the original DS, and later with sequels on the PSP. For those of us in the West, we never got to experience these games. This is most likely due to the large amount of translation work required. Now, the rest of the world will be able to experience the last game in the series.
Bravely Second is not only a great new entry into the newly minted series with this release, but it is also exactly what a sequel should be. Even with returning characters it was nice that they didn’t steal the lead from the newest entry as can sometimes happen when an older introduced character is “cameoed”. Building upon the aspects of the first while making improvements big and small to something that already worked was amazing. Not sure what the third will be called but I truly hope that ...
Both Pokemon Sun and Moon special editions will include a steelbook with Solgaleo, if you pick up the Sun version, or Lunala if you purchase the Moon version. Nintendo is also releasing a limited edition Nintendo 3DS XL this November as well, and it includes Solgaleo and Lunala in black and white art.
"Zero Time Dilemma has exactly what fans of the Zero Escape series expect - crazy characters, a twisting narrative, challenging puzzles, scientific theories, touching backstories, and mind-blowing plot twists. All in all, it is a satisfying conclusion to the trilogy, and an enjoyable ride from start to finish."
"2K has invested quite a bit into this game, and if you were lucky enough to attend E3 to witness the booth space allotted to this game it was mind-blowing. Consisting of a detailed recreation of the French Quarter in the 1960s, the booth space contained a photo booth, fortune-tellers, and a classic cinema. This mob inspired action-adventure game allows you to experience what it is like to rise through the ranks of organized crime through criminal activity."
At five dollars, this is well worth the money if you're into simulation games. There are hours of content and trophies to unlock. Progression isn't too fast, and you'll naturally begin to understand what sells consistently. There's a lot to like in such a small package, and I'm sure there will be people clamoring for more. Also, this marks the first Circle title to cost a flat five dollars. They listened to their fans and are attempting to make all future releases that would normally cost $4....
Gameplay is extremely simple in WordsUp! Academy. The player and the opponent must use the random set of seven letters they start off with to create as many four or more lettered words. The top screen shows all the words that can be possibly be made, albeit with only one letter revealed. Each mode allows slight changes to the gameplay, but remains consistent throughout.
Slain! is an interesting, if flawed action platformer that is thankfully still being worked on and improved as a result. The pixel graphics look really great, and the music, while at times a bit repetitive, is overall pretty good for heavy metal fans. Without the full frontal nudity or excessive blood and gore, it would be easier to recommend.
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