Tag: anime

May
03

REVIEW: AIdol

AIdol tells a light-hearted story of teenage development, friendship, and love in a relatively believable setting based on the Japanese idol subculture.

Apr
26

REVIEW: Rabi-Ribi

Rabi-Ribi is a Metroidvania with strong Bullet Hell elements at its core, so I must admit that while I consider myself a huge fan of the former type of games, I’ve always avoided the latter like the plague.

Apr
08

REVIEW: Assault Gunners HD Edition

This 3D run-and-gun is a bit simplistic, but quite satisfying.

Apr
04

REVIEW: Attack on Titan 2

Attack on Titan 2 comes out slashing and flying though the air in what looks like the world’s most deadly Cirque Du Soleil show, and I love every minute of it.

Mar
29

REVIEW: Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom

Ni No Kuni II is a visually splendid JRPG with a very good combat system, a quite original and interesting setting, decent characters, and promising story line. The guys at Level-5 did a good job making this game a new, […]

Mar
28

REVIEW: Fatal Twelve

Fatal Twelve is the latest anime visual novel published by Sekai Project. Full of hate, betrayal, intrigue … and love, VNs like this don’t come along often.

Mar
16

REVIEW: Arslan: The Warriors of Legend

It’s another anime Dynasty Warriors, except with crusaders in Persia!

Mar
09

REVIEW: SENRAN KAGURA Peach Beach Splash

Games based on fan service are a strange bunch, and SENRAN KAGURA Peach Beach Splash is no different in that regard. But it’s really rather good.

Mar
07

REVIEW: Companion

What would you do if you met the girl of your dreams less than a week before the end of the world?

Dec
11

REVIEW: Chaos Souls

Visualnoveler’s Chaos Souls aspires itself to be in the vein of the Dark Souls series and tries to put the core mechanics into a 2.5D action side scroller, but it fails quite badly at it.