A solid dungeon crawler with fantastic art and music, but a few poorly implemented ideas prevent it from being a truly great experience. The PC port is simple but performs well enough for the genre, and the addition portrait uploads is a fun bonus.
by Adam Vitale, June 05, 2016
A solid dungeon crawler with fantastic art and music, but a few poorly implemented ideas prevent it from being a truly great experience.
Adam Vitale , April 09, 2016
Sword City may encounter the ocassional stumble, but the experience is unlike any other for a console starved of its genre, and certainly not one to be overlooked.
Andrea Shearon , April 08, 2016
In this podcast, we discuss the reroll madness that is Fire Emblem Heroes while Square Enix floods us with Final Fantasy news!
Zack Reese , February 05, 2017
An enhanced version of the dungeon crawler makes it way to PSN.
Adam Vitale , February 03, 2017
Nintendo made waves this past week as they announced their Wii U successor. That and more in our latest podcast!
Zack Reese , May 01, 2016
We discuss the recent events at Square Enix's Uncovered: FFXV event, while also spending probably too much time on anime.
Zack Reese , April 05, 2016
See the difference in the two selectable art-styles for the dungeon crawler
Adam Vitale , January 28, 2016
Also a few English screenshots.
Adam Vitale , December 02, 2015
The third Experience dungeon crawler to receive a localization.
Adam Vitale , November 10, 2015