Kingdom Hearts 3: A Disappointing Entry in an Otherwise Wonderful Series

I am a huge Kingdom Hearts fan. I have been ever since it came out on the PlayStation 2 back in March of 2002. Kingdom Hearts 2 remains my favorite in the series but I have replayed them all. All except for one, at least. That one game is Kingdom Hearts 3. Kingdom Hearts 3… Continue reading Kingdom Hearts 3: A Disappointing Entry in an Otherwise Wonderful Series

Nier Automata: A Weird but Wonderful Action RPG

Nier: Automata is a game that, for me, is very hard to put into words. It blends its dystopia world with an elegant soundtrack that left me feeling peaceful, rather than depressed. This game truly has some of the most beautiful music in it, and somehow it fits perfectly. On top of that, the gameplay… Continue reading Nier Automata: A Weird but Wonderful Action RPG

The 5 Best Sega Genesis (Mega-Drive) RPGs

The 16-bit era featured a great line up of J-RPGs. The genre remained confined to a niche group of fans during this period, but game franchises like Final Fantasy were still able to leave a mark. The SNES ruled the JRPG roost thanks in great part to Squaresoft’s strong efforts for the system. Nintendo’s console chief… Continue reading The 5 Best Sega Genesis (Mega-Drive) RPGs

Monster Hunter: World Reintroduces The Franchise Perfectly

The Monster Hunter franchise has been extremely successful in Japan, spanning across multiple consoles and handhelds alike. Here in Western markets though, it never quite took off in the same way that it did in Japan. Monster Hunter: World though, changed things tremendously. Monster Hunter: World was able to break out in a way that… Continue reading Monster Hunter: World Reintroduces The Franchise Perfectly

Persona 5 Strikers: Here’s What We Know

Persona 5 Strikers comes out on February 23rd, and it will be coming out on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Steam. The game will differ a lot from Persona 5, but it is still considered a direct sequel. It is worth mentioning that the storyline is a continuation of Persona 5 and will not… Continue reading Persona 5 Strikers: Here’s What We Know

Final Fantasy XVI Might Take Inspiration From Ghost of Tsushima 

While many fans yearn for Final Fantasy’s return to its former turn-based glory days, they shouldn’t hold their breath. The upcoming Final Fantasy XVI’s trailer showcases an action-based combat system, as the series continues to be influenced by the more popular western RPGs of modern times.   Games like The Witcher 3, and The Elder Scrolls… Continue reading Final Fantasy XVI Might Take Inspiration From Ghost of Tsushima 

Cyberpunk 2077 Review: If Uwe Boll Made a Video Game

The Pantheon of Unintentional Parody

Cyberpunk 2077 is a game I waited nearly six years for, growing increasingly worried as more and more details emerged over time, until finally, we have this—an unplayable mess on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, a mediocre game on PC, and a dull, buggy shell of a game on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5.… Continue reading Cyberpunk 2077 Review: If Uwe Boll Made a Video Game

Gotham Knights Will Be the Ultimate Co-Op Experience

GameRadar got the scoop with executive producer Fleur Marty and creative director Patrick Redding on the upcoming Gotham Knights action-RPG. We’re breaking down these interviews and everything else we know so far about the upcoming video game set in the DC Universe after Batman’s death. The Setting Since the reveal trailer dropped for Gotham Knights, which is being developed… Continue reading Gotham Knights Will Be the Ultimate Co-Op Experience

Five RPGs from the 90s That Should be Remastered on Switch

The 90s decade, the golden era of the Japanese RPG. In those wonderful days it seemed like SquareEnix (Squaresoft at the time) could do no wrong. Good to great JRPGs were a common sight on (what seemed to be) a monthly basis on the PlayStation 1. Even the Nintendo 64 with its Zelda games (and… Continue reading Five RPGs from the 90s That Should be Remastered on Switch