Pokémon Ultra Sun / Ultra Moon Review

It’s always tricky, coming to review one of these “updated” Pokémon games. Not least because my word processor refuses to recognise the word “Pokémon” and seems to think it’s some mysterious ancient glyph. But also because it’s difficult to know…

RPG Maker FES (3DS) Review

Creative processes in any sense has become much simpler. Take music production: Gone are the days of recording on tapes with limited tracking, now whole albums are produced in bedrooms and equipment to help achieve your dream is aplenty. Same…

Urban Trial Freestyle 2 Review

Some may say an hour-long commute to work sounds like a pain, and in truth it is, but it means I’m able to dust of my 3DS each morning and keep my anxiety at bay for a little bit.  With…

GekiYaba Runner Deluxe Review

So I think we can all agree that 2016 was a pretty awful year, not just because of a whole heap of disappointing, unfulfilling triple A titles, but because the world kinda went arse over tit.  I for one had…

7TH DRAGON III CODE: VFD Review

7TH DRAGON III CODE: VFD is a hell of a title, one which will not be named throughout this review, and I will just call it 7th Dragon…not to be confused with the DS version of course. 7th Dragon is…

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse Review

It’s no surprise, being a huge fan of the Final Fantasy franchise and just a general lover of the RPG genre that I’m also a fan of the Shin Megami Tensei series. It may come as a surprise that I’ve…

SEGA 3D Classics Collection Review

SEGA 3D Classics Collection is the first adaptation of the best of what SEGA offered back in the good old days, of cartridge based systems, crap controls, and button bashing, thumb hurting era. This pack contain seven of the best…

Stella Glow Review

SRPG’s (Strategy Role-Playing Games) have been around for donkey’s years. Primarily a Japanese style, but often compared tactical RPG’S in the west, they have enjoyed wide success in both the east and west for years. Most modern variations combine visual…

Ishi-Sengoku-den Sadame Review

Usually when a ‘popular Japanese action game’ is available to review, going by past experiences I almost know what to expect.  Within the past 12 months, all of these ‘popular Japanese action games’ have involved at least 2 of the…

Project X Zone 2 Review

Heard of Project X Zone? Probably not, it was a download only RPG that was released on the 3DS back in 2013, the main draw to the game was that it was a mash up of many popular series in…