A Rose in the Twilight Review

There are certain experiences that just feel right at home on the PlayStation Vita, arguably the best dedicated handheld to date. Roleplaying games, for example, are a natural fit for it as they can b…

Touhou Genso Wanderer Review

The Touhou project continues to run strong since it was originally announced, with roughly fifteen games having been released to date. The latest, Touhou Genso Wanderer, is a fusion of a dungeon crawl…

Ys Origin Review

Nihon Falcom is undeniably one of my favorite developers still making the old-style classics over in Japan. Their work on the Legend of Heroes series and Ys series has cemented them, in my opinion, as…

Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star Review

The Fate series has always interested me ever since I caught wind of it many years back. I had seen portions of the different anime adaptations from time to time, but never actually sat down to fully …

Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Review

Shantae as a series has always been something I’ve been meaning to get involved with, as it offers the exact style of platforming that I’ve always loved from the genre. I’ve started …

Root Letter Review

As I have mentioned multiple times, I have a deep love for visual novels. I love the music, art, and most of all the story that is included with each one. So when I first heard about this game called …

Dragon Quest Builders Review

Dragon Quest will always hold a special place in my heart. I deeply wish the series was more popular with Western audiences, but it still does fairly well over here. One of my favorite games of all ti…