Jessica
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Jessica Kersey is a Reviewer and an Author for Level Down Games. Thanks to her brothers, she has been gaming since early childhood. Her favorite genres include Visual Novels, Simulation Games, Strategy Games, RPG’s, and Puzzle games. She is also a huge fan of anime, and can be found watching it whenever a game is not occupying her time… although anime’s almost always come first, honestly. Or spending time with her fur babies.

Akibento Unboxing | August 2017

Akibento’s theme for the month of August 2017 is Teamwork! This month’s Akibento box will feature Attack On Titan, Kill La Kill, Kuroko’s Basketball, and Free!!! Iwatobi Swim Club!  

Collar X Malice Review

Collar X Malice is one of those visual novel games that offers you a new and exciting twist on your normal love based visual novels. With most visual novels you play more as a damsel in distress who is always…

Akibento Unboxing – July 2017

Akibento’s theme for the month of July 2017 is Mythical! It features items from anime’s such as Sailor Moon, Konosuba, and Jojo’s Bizarre Adventures!    

Ever Oasis Review

Ever Oasis is that game you play when you want to just sit down and enjoy a game without feeling rushed or that has a strict and serious storyline. You start off getting lessons from your brother who is the…

The Caligula Effect Review

The Caligula Effect is one of those games that you begin having high hopes for as the start of something amazing. Probably because at first glance the gameplay makes you think of the beloved Persona series that we all fell…

Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception Review

Sometimes, it takes a while for western audiences to get even the most popular of franchises from Japan. This is the case with Utawarerumono, which released almost fifteen years ago. The only reason we knew of its existence here was…

Period: Cube ~Shackles of Amadeus~ Review

Period: Cube ~Shackles of Amadeus~ is a game that has about the same idea of Sword Art Online when it comes to being sucked into a virtual world, with you being the only one who can save everyone. Players need…

Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds Review

Hakuoki: Stories of the Shinsengumi on the PlayStation 3 was actually the very first visual novel I had ever played and is the reason why I love visual novels so much. I watched the anime for Hakuoki before I even knew that these…