Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy Review

Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy is the sequel to Operation Abyss: new Tokyo Legacy, a dungeon crawling first person JRPG from Experienced Inc. Originally developed in Japan. It is one of the many games that now have started to get…

Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds Review – An incredible tale filled with samurais, swords and sexy time

There tends to be a general theme around the games that I enjoy and I’m usually the first to admit that I get a massive nerd boner from simulation games and anything Japanese related. I’m not entirely sure why that…

A Rose in the Twilight Review

I’m so glad that I picked this game up. And I bet that the first sentence in this review probably told you the majority of how this review will be going, but since two of my last reviews were kind…

Touhou Genso Wanderer Review

Rouge like games are a series that seems to of fallen out of favour, it’s a series of games that are not massively favoured by current gamers for their simple premise and usually simple graphics. This is because at their…

Atelier Firis: Alchemist of the Mysterious Journey Review

The Atelier series has been going for quite a while, from 1997 in fact. The series has focuses on the idea of an Atelier, a private workshop or studio for professional artists. I’ve never really enjoyed many JRPGs, or Japanese…

Forma.8 Review

Forma.8 is a unique action-adventure, exploration game developed and published by MixedBag. As a small exploration probe, you are stranded and separated from your companions on the surface of an alien planet. You are to find and recover a long…

Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers Review

Dynasty Warriors has never been a game that could be described as “deep”, after all, it is a game that focuses mostly on hack and slash gameplay, killing hundreds and thousand of troops throughout individual levels. You have limited effect…

Air Race Speed Review

I once walked past a grocery shop called “Good Food” and immediately fell in love with the simplicity of it all. You know that when you walk into that store you’ll be getting food of a decent quality. I love…

Atelier Shallie Plus: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea Review

[quote style=”1″]Alchemy and big swords! What’s not to love?![/quote] Any of you who regularly read my reviews will already know that I’m a complete sucker when it comes to Japanese RPG games. I’m not sure if it’s the music, the…

Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star Review

Japanese games, much like the cuisine, has an acquired taste.  Before joining the Invision community I’d never played a “real” Japanese game, and by that I don’t mean your RPGs where every character has outrageous illuminous hair, I mean the…