Archive for the ‘Fantasy’ Category

Castlevania: Harmony of Despair, Misery Requires Company

Castlevania: Harmony of Despair

As it turns out, I managed to find a couch buddy for Castlevania: Harmony of Despair, and thanks to that, I managed to worm my way further into the game. I’ve got some good news and bad news, most of which relates to the gameplay mechanics. The rest of the bad news is for you […]

Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia – Tips and Tricks Two

Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia

I’m back! And my body is ready. Ready to tell you how to beat the really hard Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia bosses, that is! If you’re like me and you want to collect one of every item in every game possible despite the tremendous difficulty and dedication required to do so, then you’ve come to […]

Skyrim’s Dawnguard DLC: A Big Game Made Better

Skyrim: Dawnguard

I’m pretty sure Skyrim was my first review, and in that review I was pretty discontent with the excess of glitches. Much to my surprise, the Dawnguard DLC expansion has thus far been free of any noteworthy bugs. I’ve crashed to desktop a few times, but the triple autosave mechanic makes that completely forgivable. So let’s get on […]

Mugen Souls is Too Overwhelming for a Single Review

Mugen Souls

Thus, here is a second one. As promised, here is my followup review on Mugen Souls! There’s a lot to discuss about his expansive, playtime hungry JRPG, so I won’t waste too much of your time with exposition. The only thing I’d like you to know is that the people who made Mugen Souls also […]

Castlevania Harmony of Despair, or at the Very Least Slight Disappointment

Castlevania Harmony of Despair

Castlevania Harmony of Despair is the cooperative Super Smash Brothers of handheld Castlevania platforming games. That specific selection of games evolved from the early GameBoy edition, the one with no aerial control, slow whip animations, and fantastically obnoxious enemy placement. As the times changed, so did the means of winning. Movement and player statistics became […]

Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia Tips and Tricks One

Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia

It’s been a while since I reviewed a Castlevania game. That’s kind of a shame, too. Castlevania’s got some damned fun games in its repertoire, and I’m happy to have played them. I’m very happy to have played Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia. So much so, in fact, that I’ve prepared a pair of tips and […]

Mugen Souls is Overwhelming in Perhaps Too Many Ways

Mugen Souls

It probably seems out of character to review a cliche-riddled JRPG, but with all the negative reviews I’ve been grinding out, it’s a breath of fresh air. It’s cute, it’s perverted, it’s overwhelmingly obnoxious in all the right ways; Mugen Souls! I’m sure that we in the Americas haven’t heard squat about it, considering it’s […]

Dishonored… Ah, Rats

Dishonored

Not another over-hyped first person game published by Bethesda… Do any of you ever feel like you have to watch out for some game companies? Do you ever see certain logos smeared across the front of video game cases and say to yourself, “Ah, crap. Not these guys,” and subsequently avoid said games like the […]

DotA 2 Updates, a Bit of Bots, a Lot of Meepo

DotA 2

If you’re an active player, you know that DotA 2’s experienced some rather drastic changes. They’ve added new characters, expanded their bots, updated the user interface, and generally made everything better. I’m only going to discuss a little bit, okay? If I went in depth about ALL the changes since my last post about DotA […]

Torchlight II or Diablo III

Torchlight II

A lot of people are comparing Torchlight II to Diablo III, and it’s pretty easy to see why. In the Kanye West Harder Better Faster Stronger sense of the phrase, Torchlight II is a “poorly executed ripoff.” It only costs $20 on Steam, so it obviously doesn’t think too highly of itself. Its $20 quality […]

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