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.
World of Final Fantasy Review
Originally released for PlayStation 4 and Vita in 2016, the spin-off game World of Final Fantasy tries to bring fan service to all Final Fantasy democracies - including newcomers to the series. Adventuring twins Reynn and Lann traverse familiar scenes and meet up with the famous characters from the long history of Final Fantasy. The game serves as a traditional turn-based JRPG with bit of a Pokémon thrown in.
Final Fantasy XV Review
Assuming that Final Fantasy XV is a template for future installments and not simply a one-off, ten-years-in-the-making experiment, the game may cry out for refinement but hints at an exciting direction as well. It definitely breathes new life into a franchise that was on the verge of irrelevance for many gamers.