Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight Review

Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight is the latest in the dancing spin-off series of the recent Persona games, carrying on the trend from Persona 4: Dancing All Night and releasing side-by-side with Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight. Set as a…

Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight Review

Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight is the latest in the dancing spin-off series of the recent Persona games, carrying on the trend from Persona 4: Dancing All Night and releasing side-by-side with Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight. Set as a…

Muv-Luv: An EXTRA UNLIMITED ALTERNATIVE Review

Pluck my heartstrings, crush my heart but break me into tiny little pieces? What other game has ever done that to me? From the stereotypical branching stories of EXTRA that makes your heart aflutter as you enjoy the ever cliché…

The Lost Child Review

A mysterious string of suicides have been happening recently in Modern-Day Tokyo and the occult investigator Hayato Ibuki is on the scene. Along with his handy-dandy notebook, they came into the scene of the crime only to get tied up…

Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms Review

A Brief History A game based on the rich history of Japan in the late Tokugawa Period. It revolves around Chizuru Yukimura as she finds romance among the Shinsengumi despite the raging war against the Imperial Army. And as I…

Secret of Mana Review

Over the past few years the video game consumer has been hit with a tsunami of 90s revival that doesn’t seem to be calming down anytime soon.  It seems like every month a popular childhood favourite is receiving that seductive…

Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony Review

Danganrompa has become sort of a household name within fans of the anime genre in video games, released with little advertising or fan fair to the vita some years ago, it has exploded in popularity seeing sequel’s, ports and even…

Utawarerumono: Mask Of Deception Review

When you think of RPG’s, you think of Persona, Final Fantasy, maybe you’re a bit old school and think Dragon Quest, Utawarerumono? Nah that just rolls right off the tongue. For the handful of you that recognise this titles name…

Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas Review

Intro So people in the West might agree with me when I say that the PSVita hasn’t really had that many decent games in its time, but then I got round to playing Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas and have…

The Caligula Effect Review

The Caligula Effect is a Dungeon Crawling third person JRPG developed by Aquira and published by Atlas available for PlayStation vita. Featuring the same writer as the first three Persona games Tadashi Satomi it very much shows in the concept…