Persona 3 Dancing & Persona 5 Dancing Review
Atlus have let the Persona 3 and Persona 5 casts onto the dance floor - but how do these rhythm game spin-offs stack up?
by James Galizio on 28 November, 2018
Metal Max Xeno Review
While the combination of tank and foot combat offers some interesting wrinkles, it can't hold up an otherwise bland skeleton of a game.
by Adam Vitale on 20 September, 2018
Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk Review
NIS's take on a DRPG manages to surprise, offering a near-masterpiece for the genre - for those that can handle its mature subject matter.
by James Galizio on 18 September, 2018
Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana (Switch) Review
Ys VIII on Switch manages to offer the best handheld version of the game, but it comes with its own fair share of problems that hold it back.
by James Galizio on 23 June, 2018
The Lost Child Review
This dungeon crawler takes heavy influence from Shin Megami Tensei but mostly feels like a poor imitation.
by Adam Vitale on 21 June, 2018
Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings Review
With its bland story and uninteresting characters, this is a series that is in a dire need of a substantive reboot.
by Zack Reese on 13 May, 2018
Steins;Gate 0 (Steam) Review
Steins;Gate 0 is as depressing as ever on PC; we take a look at Steins;Gate's sequel (interquel?), and hash out whether it's worth reading for fans of the original.
by James Galizio on 08 May, 2018
Dragon's Crown Pro Review
A masterfully crafted game ported to near perfection.
by Kazuma Hashimoto on 08 May, 2018
Code: Realize ~Bouquet of Rainbows~ Review
One of the best otome games makes the jump from the Vita to the PS4, and brings with it a freshly localized fandisc and an updated script.
by Elizabeth Henges on 13 April, 2018
Ys Origin Xbox One Review
The series makes its debut on a Microsoft console, but how does it hold up? Very well, you'd be glad to hear.
by Zack Reese on 10 April, 2018
The Longest Five Minutes Review
The Longest Five Minutes sports an interesting presentation to a basic RPG plot, and despite some shortcomings is worth a look.
by Elizabeth Henges on 02 April, 2018
Attack On Titan 2 Review
This is an example of a sequel that improves upon its predecessor in almost every possible way.
by Zack Reese on 15 March, 2018
Secret of Mana (2018) Review
This transition from 2D to 3D feels clunky and uninspired, but it still has a few bright spots.
by Zack Reese on 19 February, 2018
Trails of Cold Steel II PC Review
An excellent port that makes the PC Version the definitive way to play the game.
by Bryan Vitale on 14 February, 2018
Dragon Quest Builders Switch Review
Dragon Quest Builders for the Switch is a straight port of previous versions, but the flexibility of the Switch itself makes this the definite way to play.
by Elizabeth Henges on 07 February, 2018
Darkest Dungeon Review
Darkest Dungeon is a tough turn-based RPG that does not pull its punches. However, its punishing gameplay has you coming back for more.
by Elizabeth Henges on 04 February, 2018
VA-11 HALL-A Review
It's certainly more than just a cyberpunk bartender action game.
by Chelsi Laire on 01 January, 2018
Romancing SaGa 2 Review
If you're willing to put up with a few gameplay flaws, uneven game balancing, and an unsightly user interface, this is one RPG that belongs in your collection.
by Zack Reese on 19 December, 2017
World Of Final Fantasy PC Review
World Of Final Fantasy makes its way onto PC, but stumbles a bit in the process.
by Kyle Campbell on 22 November, 2017
Demon Gaze II Review
Streamlining facets of the original Demon Gaze lead its sequel to be a little less frustrating but a little more bland.
by Adam Vitale on 07 November, 2017