Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Mind Zero Vita Review


My review for Aksys' Mind Zero has gone live on Rice Digital.

"I wasn’t aware of Mind Zero’s existence until recently, and I also knew very little about it other than that it’s a dungeon-crawler. However, I’m glad I was given the chance to review it as it’s a hidden gem on the Vita, but sadly not many people seem to know of it."

The complete review can be read here:

I hope you enjoy reading, and thanks,

Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Demon Gaze Vita [Review]


Although my Demon Gaze review went live on PS4Attitude the other day, it's only just now released in EU!

"We went into Demon Gaze not knowing much about it, other than the fact it’s a dungeon-crawling RPG, and that it has a lot of anime inspirations. So, could this game appeal to those with no interest in anime, and could it bring fun to those who aren’t fans of excessive grinding?"

You can read the entire review here:

Hope you enjoy reading,

Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Short Peace: Ranko Tsukigime's Longest Day PS3 Review


I've been writing a lot lately on both PS4Attitude and Rice Digital.

With more reviews in the works, one of my most recent reviews is for Short Peace: Ranko Tsukigime's Longest Day on PS4. Being a compilation of one game and 4 highly regarded animated movies, this was a fun review to write - it was also my longest!

"Ranko Tsukigime’s Longest Day, developed by Suda 51, which is a 2.5D side-scrolling affair that sees you race from one end of the level to the next, with many alternate routes and collectibles hidden along the way. It’s easily Suda 51′s strangest work yet, with the cutscene after stage 8 being the weirdest thing we’ve ever seen, which is then followed by an even crazier level; you’re chased by a giant talking Pomeranian as you traverse Mt. Fuji!"

The entire review can be read here:

Hope you enjoy reading,

Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky PS3 Review


My review for Atelier Escha & Logy recently went live on PS4Attitude, and I'd be happy if you could check it out.

"Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky improves upon many of the series’ qualities, while adding a new playable character. But has Gust tried to juggle too much with the latest Atelier installment?

Fortunately, we can assure you that Gust has succeeded in making one of the best, if not the best, Atelier titles to date. With the upgrades to the synthesis system and combat, and changes to the imposed time limit, Atelier Escha & Logy helps the long-running JRPG series edge closer to the big leagues, where the likes of Final Fantasy and Shin Megami Tensei have always reigned supreme."
Read the rest here:

Hope you enjoy reading,

Wednesday, 1 January 2014

My top 10 games of 2013


Now that 2013 is over, I'm ready to talk about my top 10 games of 2013. I've been stewing over my choices for a few months now, but with some surprises towards the end of the year and much debating over placements, I think I'm now ready to post them.

Tuesday, 31 December 2013

PS4A Writer’s GOTY | Persona 4 Golden


I've published an article on PS4Attitude about my game of the year. If anybody follows my writings on PS4A then you'll already know this and my love for Persona 4, haha.

"I found the cast to be hugely likeable, funny and relatable, with Social Links allowing you to build a strong relationship with each character and help them with their personal problems. Although I felt this way quite early on in the game, by the end of it, I felt very strongly attached to each character and, no matter which ending I received, I felt very bittersweet about having to say goodbye to them. So much so that I started the game again and got just as glued to it, if not more, than I had the first time. And to be clear, I got the True Ending each time, because I can’t accept it any other way!"

You can read the rest by clicking here.

Also, as this will be my last post of 2013, I wish you all a happy new year and hope that you all enjoy and have good luck in 2014. :)

Thanks and I hope you enjoy reading!


Monday, 30 December 2013

Tiny Brains PS4 review


I recently reviewed Tiny Brains for PS4Attitude, an excerpt can be read below.

"Tiny Brains is a puzzle game revolving around four rather cute lab animals as they carry out tests and make their bid for freedom. So, is developer Spearhead Games’ creation a success, or is it ultimately a failed experiment?

The story is simple – you’re a lab animal and are forced to do tests for your creator, and of course, things go topsy-turvy very quickly. It’s pretty generic stuff, and probably won’t captivate you, but as Tiny Brains is very family-orientated, it’s just enough to entertain children and humour adults."
You can read the rest by clicking here
Thanks and enjoy reading!