Fantasian is a wonderful JRPG, even though the difficulty feels out of pace with the rest of the experience.
by James Galizio on 28 August, 2021
New Pokémon Snap was a good game with a whole host of issues, and the free update has only solidified my thoughts on how the game could've been better.
by James Galizio on 16 August, 2021
Death's Door's blend of excellent pacing, an engaging combat system, and a haunting aesthetic help elevate it among its peers.
by James Galizio on 06 August, 2021
The latest entry in CyberConnect2's Little Tail Bronx series.
by James Galizio on 28 July, 2021
CyberConnect2's first self-published work delivers, hopefully setting the tone for a bright new future for the company.
by James Galizio on 28 July, 2021
The Great Ace Attorney is the series at its very best, elevating the series to new heights.
by James Galizio on 26 July, 2021
Not every game gets its day in the sun, but that doesn't mean they shouldn't be remembered
by James Galizio on 18 July, 2021
Monster Hunter Stories 2 manages to improve upon nearly every aspect of the original game, though some lingering issues continue to hold the series back from true greatness.
by James Galizio on 07 July, 2021
Monster Hunter Stories 2 is shaping up to be a great sequel, here's our (early) impressions!
by James Galizio on 23 June, 2021
CyberConnect2's first self-published title is nearly upon us, and we asked the title's Creative Director about what players can expect from the title, and the company, going forward.
by James Galizio on 19 June, 2021
Final Fantasy V's story and characters are underrated, and James tells us why.
by James Galizio on 18 June, 2021
Team Ninja's Nioh-infused Final Fantasy spinoff is finally playable with its limited-time trial, but how does it stack up?
by James Galizio on 16 June, 2021
Square Enix announced new versions for Final Fantasy I through VI - but what are these versions based off of, or are they entirely new? We've analyzed the trailer to figure out what we can.
by James Galizio on 14 June, 2021
New Pokemon Snap is (almost) just more of the same, but it's those small changes that hold it back from true greatness.
by James Galizio on 14 May, 2021
Over 3 decades after the Famicom Disk System original's release, the west has finally received Famicom Detective Club and its sequel. How do the remakes hold up in 2021?
by James Galizio on 12 May, 2021
Kingdom Hearts has finally made its way to PC, courtesy of the Epic Games Store. Here's how the latest RPG in the series manages the transition to the platform.
by James Galizio on 07 May, 2021
Team Ladybug's latest title is still worth your time, but pales in comparison to their earlier works.
by James Galizio on 06 April, 2021
Part of a cross-media project with the upcoming Blue Reflection Ray anime series.
by Adam Vitale and James Galizio on 28 March, 2021
Monster Hunter Rise proves that Monster Hunter World's success wasn't merely a fluke, but the circumstances surrounding its development are clear.
by James Galizio on 23 March, 2021
One of games storytelling's greatest strengths can also be its greatest curse; James extols about these complicated feelings with Labyrinth of Galleria.
by James Galizio on 09 February, 2021
Shiravune have followed up on 2020's Steam releases for Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception/Truth, completing the trilogy on PC.
by James Galizio on 25 January, 2021
Atelier Ryza 2 expands upon the first games formula in some smart ways, and improves upon nearly every aspect of its design.
by James Galizio on 26 January, 2021
While later releases of the game have ironed out many of its faults, some of the changes to the PSP/Mobile release actively hamper the original game design.
by James Galizio on 15 January, 2021
James played a little bit of everything this year.
by James Galizio on 31 December, 2020
The latest Taiko no Tatsujin delivers what it sells on the tin, but little else.
by James Galizio on 12 December, 2020