Archive for posts tagged: PS Vita

Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster Review

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Having played, but never finished Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 in early high school, I still retain a number of fond and not so fond memories of the two titles. FFX I considered to be one of the last great FF titles, with great presentation, a good storyline and a combat system was for many years, what I considered to be the pinnacle of traditional turn based JRPG combat. Unfortunately it also suffered from possibly the most unlikeable protagonist I’d ever encountered in the long running series until that point. Read More »

Toukiden: The Age of Demons Review

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My first monster hunting game was Monster Hunter on the PSP. I didn’t like how hard it was, or how long it took, or really anything to do with it. It wasn’t that the game was bad, it was just ‘not my thing’ at the time, and in a way, not my thing now. However, titles like Soul Sacrifice and Gods Eater Burst have me hook, line and sinker, and with that in mind, I decided to give Toukiden: The Age of Demons a go. Read More »

Dragon’s Crown Review

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No review of Dragon’s Crown is complete without referring to the busty proportions of its female cast, not because that’s all it has to offer but because it demonstrates Vanillaware is incapable of crafting a character defined by anything other than their ludicrous bust size. Ignore the shallow stereotyping however, and you’ll discover a challenging 2D action side-scroller that more than makes up for its shortcomings. Read More »

Divekick Review

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Divekick is a fighting game with an extremely simple premise. You have two buttons: the Dive button and Kick button. Dive makes your character jump up in the air, and Kick causes your character to descend with an angled attack to the ground, an attack commonly known as a divekick. What, a fighting game with only two buttons? Where is the multitude of attacks, special moves, flashy combos and cinematic Ultras? Surely there can’t be too much substance to this game? Read More »

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