Arc of Alchemist Review
Idea Factory's latest release stretches the limits of what can be called a playable videogame.
by James Galizio on 01 February, 2020
Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time Review
Riddled with extremely tedious design decisions and frustrating technical hiccups, not even a believing heart can save this trainwreck.
by Josh Torres on 02 June, 2018
Sword and Fairy 6 PS4 Review
Sword and Fairy 6 is a poor introduction to the popular Chinese RPG series.
by Elizabeth Henges on 09 May, 2019
New Gundam Breaker Review
The weird need to reinvent itself onto a competitive format has damaged this newest Gundam game every step of the way.
by Josh Torres on 25 June, 2018
The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 Review
How can an average game get worse? This sequel will show you how.
by Zack Reese on 26 March, 2018
Valkyria Revolution Review
Frustrating shortcomings in its abundant cutscenes and gameplay make this the weakest entry in the Valkyria series yet.
by Josh Torres on 31 July, 2017
Poison Control Review
An extremely repetitive third-person shooter(?) that accomplishes little.
by Adam Vitale on 26 April, 2021
Neptunia Virtual Stars Review
Neptune and her friends return for yet another spin-off in the Neptunia series; their dive into the world of Vtubers is a dull and unremarkable experience unfortunately.
by Josh Torres on 01 March, 2021
Element Space Review
While having clear intentions and ideas, this port fails to deliver on a grand scale
by Dani Maddox on 31 March, 2020
YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of this World Review
The remake of the incredibly innovative 1996 classic has finally come west, but sadly doesn't live up to its tremendous legacy.
by Cullen Black on 03 February, 2020
Tokyo RPG Factory's newest game has a lot of great ideas on paper, but never manages to fully realize them.
by Josh Torres on 21 August, 2019
Our World is Ended Review
Our World is Ended feels insecure in its own story, and seems at odds with itself. It's hard to take it seriously when it can't take itself seriously.
by James Galizio on 08 May, 2019
The Princess Guide Review
by James Galizio on 19 March, 2019
YIIK: A Postmodern RPG Review
An old school RPG that falls short of its ambitions in both story and gameplay.
by Lucas Rivarola on 16 January, 2019
Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon Review
Frustratingly repetitive gameplay makes this a disappointing follow-up to last year's action RPG by Gust.
by Josh Torres on 24 October, 2017
Dark Rose Valkyrie Review
Despite its interesting premise, Dark Rose Valkyrie is hard to recommend.
by Natalie Flores on 07 June, 2017
Chronus Arc Review
This download-only tribute to the 16-bit RPG era is a difficult to recommend grindfest.
by Alex Donaldson on 30 November, 2015
Astria Ascending Review
Not exactly the stairway to heaven.
by Quinton O'Connor on 29 September, 2021
Werewolf: The Apocalypse- Earthblood Review
Earthblood's satisfying combat can't quite make up for its constant repetition, boring characters and short run-time.
by George Foster on 06 February, 2021
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition Review
Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition's uniquely cozy atmosphere and charming story can't save it from feeling significantly more lonely this time around.
by Bryan Vitale on 26 August, 2020
Fairy Tail Review
Some faithful Fairy Tail presentation is let down by rushed storytelling, unbalanced combat, and tedious gameplay.
by Chao Min Wu on 02 August, 2020
Darksiders Genesis Review
Darksiders Genesis is a fun co-op romp at times, but often feels meandering and sadly pointless.
by Bryan Vitale on 04 December, 2019
Conception PLUS: Maidens of the Twelve Stars Review
Spike Chunsoft's latest revival of their old PSP dungeon crawler/dating sim hybrid unfortunately ends up unmemorable despite it's incredibly outrageous premise.
by Cullen Black on 19 November, 2019
Code Vein Review
Despite its attempts, Code Vein ends up being nothing more than just another Dark Souls clone.
by Lucas Rivarola on 26 September, 2019
What starts as a somewhat entertaining action RPG ends up falling apart and overstaying its welcome.
by Lucas Rivarola on 20 August, 2019