The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles Review – Chaos in the Court

My experience with the Ace Attorney franchise covers the original trilogy of games. I own the other 3ds games, but I haven’t had the chance to play them. But this duology of games intrigued me. Set in the Meiji era/Victorian period, it follows a different set of characters, and takes inspiration from Sherlock Holmes. I found the game on sale for 20 bucks, so I decided to give it a try. I’m sure glad I did, because it was a delight. Continue reading

AI: The Somnium Files – nirvanA Initiative Review – Uchikoshi Strikes Again

When the first Somnium Files game came out, I was blown away by how well written the story was. It took what I loved about Uchikoshi’s Zero Escape series, but gave it a heart that made it stand out amongst my favorite stories. So I had high expectations for the sequel game. But did it meet them? Continue reading

NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… Review – An Obnoxious Work of Art

My first experience with Nier was watching a walkthrough of the original game many years ago. I only watched the first route, and remembered very little of what happened. My next experience was with Nier Automata, which I thought was a fantastic game. With this remaster coming out, I thought it would be a great idea to reexperience the original story, while managing to experience all of the story routes. Continue reading

Top 10 Anime of 2021

I know what you are thinking. Isn’t it 2023? Yes. I’ve had a bad habit recently of falling very far behind on anime. My first reason for delaying this top list so long was that I was waiting for certain anime to air in dub. Eventually, that happened, but I was still behind. Then at some point, a dub for Link Click was announced. I decided I might as well give that a shot, then make my top list afterwards. Although, I didn’t watch that dub until well after it was over. But now, I’ve finally finished all the anime I had planned for 2021. I can finally write this top list (like two months after finishing Lick Click lol). Continue reading

Gravity Rush 2 Review – Kat Returns Powered Up

The first Gravity Rush game was a short but sweet experience that exemplifies why I love playing video games. It was stylistically pleasing and presented a world I couldn’t imagine outside of a game. Gravity Rush returned with it’s second entry. While I had hoped it would be a massive improvement from the first game, the experience was more of a mix of taking a few steps forward and a few steps back. Continue reading

Gravity Rush Review – Dive-Kicking Superhero Fun

Many years ago, I played the original Gravity Rush on the PS Vita. I remember having a good time with it, but I ended up forgetting pretty much every detail. I’ve owned Gravity Rush 2 for a while and I’m interested in playing it, but I wanted to refresh my memory of the first game before hopping into the sequel. So I downloaded Gravity Rush Remastered on the PS4. I was able to beat the game in only two days. So, here is my review. Continue reading

Japanese Games Have Always Been “Woke”, Get Over It!

If there is one thing that I’ve always disliked about the anime community, and the community around Japanese video games, it’s the right wing Japanophiles who’s main motivation for consuming such media is the escape from left wing American politics, or so they claim. So it should surprise nobody that they are back on their bullshit again, considering the recent news in gaming. Continue reading