Friday, 13 February 2015
Thursday, 12 February 2015
Winter Has Come?
Review Code Supplied By Tell Tale Games
Even though I am part of the minority that has not either watched or read The Game of Thrones, I can still see why a Tell Tale game has been created of the series. Tell Tale Games take pride in creative story telling through characters and from what I have heard through the grapevine, so does the Game of Thrones. Whether I would like the series or not, I find myself in a great position with this new series from Tell Tale Games. I neither love or hate the show and this game series could be the perfect element that decides that for me. So, as on outsider does this new series capture what is so great about the show? Well, lets say I am still on the fence about it all.
Wednesday, 11 February 2015
Tuesday, 10 February 2015
As you may have already noticed, we have looked at Criminal Girls before. I played through the PsP original and offered an assessment of that can be summed up as - a decent enough Jrpg with a couple of novel ideas. When word broke of a port to Vita, it was a chance to whip the game into shape and improve on a few things. With a localisation brought to the west by NISa, with PSTV compatibility that i'll also mention, that should give those a chance who are eager to see what all the fuss was about.
Monday, 9 February 2015
Last year Acquire released the second game in the Akiba's Trip series and the first to be localised outside of Japan, naturally it's nature caused a little controversy but people who ignored that & took a chance on the game were greeted with one of the better titles of last year. It's 2015 now and the game has been released and re"vamped" (not even sorry) for the Playstation 4, How does it compare and are the improvements worth it?, Read on.