Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time Review
Chamber of Time is slow-paced, looks a bit drab and it can be repetitive and awkward to play. In a way, it’s much like Akko herself. She’s far from perfect but spunky and open-hearted, making her irresistibly disarming. There’s a strong positive vibe going on that rubs on you, and it helps in overcoming the game’s shortcomings.
Attack on Titan 2 Review
Gigantic and nightmarish humanoid titans have run mankind to the brink of an extinction. What’s left of humanity has been cornered into within three reinforced walls of the last remaining city. It’s only a matter of time until these hulking monstrosities breakthrough. Every capable young are enlisted to join a desperate war against the titans.
Lost Sphear Review
Tokyo RPG Factory's sophomore release, Lost Sphear, has me slightly bewildered. It was never exactly touted as a game that was going to revolutionize the genre. I've never been the one to yearn for the games of yesteryear, which is why Lost Sphear feels like a throwback JRPG checking all the boxes on the genre nostalgia spreadsheet.
Demon Gaze II Review
Demon Gaze II is a confounding experience, with enjoyable combat and a strong premise undercut by poor writing, inconsistent tone and graphics that really belong to a tiny screen. Hardcore fans of JRPGs that lie on the fringe of mainstream gaming might appreciate its quirky humor but for the rest of us, there are better RPGs to spend our limited time with.
Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon Review
Sometimes all you want to do at the end of a long day is to sit down and murder a couple hundred (thousand?) demons. Nights of Azure 2 gives you the chance to do just that while fighting alongside allies and a couple pets as well, but is this an enjoyable demon-slaying adventure or just a fight to be avoided?
Earthlock: Festival of Magic Review
In the end, while the story is regrettably un-memorable and fairly lacking, the game play makes up for it with several clever, strategic spins on time-tested game play mechanics. Back that up with solid graphics and audio and you have yourself an old-school RPG that should scratch that itch you've been having.