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Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia (Switch) Review 6

Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia (Switch) Review

Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia is a game made almost exclusively for fans of the original, but JRPG fans who put strategy above all else may be able find something to love about this if they put in the time.

Ys: Memories of Celceta (PlayStation 4) Review 2

Ys: Memories of Celceta (PlayStation 4) Review

Ys: Memories of Celceta doesn’t shine quite as brightly as it did when it was a handheld exclusive, but it’s perfect for fans of the Ys series and anyone looking to speed through a shorter JRPG

Daemon X Machina (PC) Review 4

Daemon X Machina (PC) Review

Daemon X Machina is one of those Switch games that had me excited initially, but I’d never gotten around to playing. By the time the

Heroland (PlayStation 4) Review 10

Heroland (PlayStation 4) Review

From the very beginning, I knew Heroland was going to different from my usual JRPG experiences. Having only seen a few screenshots of the game

Ring Fit Adventure (Switch) Review

Ring Fit Adventure (Switch) Review

Previewing Ring Fit Adventure left me with a positive opinion of Nintendo’s latest quality of life product. Ring Fit Adventure‘s blend between work out routines

SolSeraph (PlayStation 4) Review

SolSeraph Review

Like many Super Nintendo enthusiasts out there, ActRaiser is a game that I hold in high regards.

Muse Dash Review

Muse Dash Review

The Switch has become somewhat of a new home for mobile games looking to make the jump to consoles. While this has led to a

Samurai Shodown Review 2

Samurai Shodown Review

Samurai Shodown is one of the few fighting game franchises that I’ve never spent much time with.

VA-11 HALL-A (Switch) Review

VA-11 HALL-A (Switch) Review

Visual novels have never been my favourite type of game. While I can understand the appeal of a game that focuses on its narrative, featuring

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