Archive for posts tagged: Namco Bandai Games

Tales of Xillia Review

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Having never played a Tales game, as well as being incredibly cynical regarding Japanese Role Playing Games, I wasn’t sure what I’d find in Tales of Xillia. Now while I did indeed run across some of the problems I was expecting, what I found was a well crafted JRPG on a grand scale that had a great combat system, a good storyline and a number of clever little gameplay mechanisms that helped make a game of this genre feel fresh. Read More »

Namco + Capcom + Sega + Crazy = Project X Zone

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If you’re in the land of the rising sun and have the game already, none of this will be news to you. As for the rest of us, Project X Zone is a love letter to fans of Namco, Capcom and Sega that is as equal parts fun as it is crazy. Not Tom Cruise crazy; more “hey, thats Heihachi from Tekken fighting Lord Raptor from Darkstalkers, and now John McClane from Die Hard is blowing shit up” crazy. Read More »

What Do We Think of Dark Souls II So Far?

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The Souls series is a genre unto itself. Brutally unforgiving, the games are polarising. Some say that they’re masochistically hard, while others claim that they’re masochistically hard and they want more. Well, the initial niche that followed Demon’s Souls became a million strong with Dark Souls, and with the recent trailer shown of Dark Souls II, we had to ask its two biggest fans of the series what their thoughts are right now. Read More »

Dragon Ball Z Budokai: HD Collection Review

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When I first heard that Budokai 3 was being re-released in HD, my first thought was ‘hell yes!’ My second thought was ‘where the hell is the second game?’ My final thought was ‘well that doesn’t really matter because I only give a damn about Budokai 3 anyway’. Having played the remastered version of the original Budokai, I can honestly say that’s a justified thought to have. Read More »

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