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Masterfully flawed 0

Ni No Kuni is one of the most well made games I have ever had the pleasure to experience. The most notable thing being how wonderful it looks, always awakening the sense of a magical adventure only present in the very best cartoons. I say cartoons because Ni No Kuni has been collaborated with Studio Ghibli, one of the most famed Japanese animation studios in existence so not only does the game look like one of their movies in video game form there are also gorgeous fully hand drawn animated piec...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Technical Ruination. 0

If you read the title you might think it sounds harsh. Ruined means the game experience is completely made irrelevant by the issue at hand. Unfortunately I am only mildly exaggerating. Anarchy Reigns is a beat em up by famed action developer PlatinumGames. It was released almost a year ago in Japan and for a while it was unsure whether it would even appear here in the west. It did eventually with a budget price tag. Platinum has yet to let me down and I was there as soon as possible to try their...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Mr Lightning Bolt, I'm ready for my close-up. 0

Metal Gear has been an important part of the video game industry for a long time. It debuted in 1987 on the MSX2 with the very first Metal Gear. Though it is fair to say that the series did not find its strive until 1998 with the debut of Metal Gear Solid. It reinvented the stealth action genre and how we look upon storytelling in video games. That was then, today Metal Gear has evolved into something almost absurd. It has a massive following and I do mean massive. Which makes the fact that Meta...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.