Trulon: The Shadow Engine Review
For a while, Trulon: The Shadow Engine seems like a nice, little action-RPG playing homage to old Final Fantasy games, playing with the genre clichés but with enough originality of its own... But then something goes horribly wrong and I have no other option than to punish the game for it, no matter how bad it feels.
Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom Review
I enjoyed my time with Shiness but it’s not hard to see the faults in the game’s façade. I’m not sure I’ll ever go back to the game but the dozen or so hours I spent with it were enjoyable in a Saturday cartoon kind of way. Shiness is a serviceable action-RPG with a distinct look that will probably make any fan of the manga or PS2 action-RPGs smile.
Dragon Quest Builders Review
You have the ability to completely change everything around you, and you can truly feel the importance of your role; even the aesthetics and sounds are great enough to evoke that kind of emotion. It gives you an awesome sense of accomplishment, surrounds you with some of the most interesting concepts that this genre has ever seen, and makes you feel like you’re worth something in this world. This is what it means to be a Builder.
Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition
Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition for the Ps4 is a worthy investment. Blizzard has taken the time to properly port the game over to consoles and it shows through every aspect of the title. The customization, player interactions, level grinding, and loot drops make Diablo III an addictive experience on the PS4. With such a fantastic transition to consoles in Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition, I’m even more eager about possible Blizzard ports in the future.