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