Category Archives: Animu

The New JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Game Is Going To Own

The New JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Game Is Going To Own A lot of shounen series get turned into video games. It makes sense: they’re both popular and popular with children, have lots of characters and cheap violence that could easily … Continue reading

Animu, Fighting Games, Video Gaming

Dream Games — A Berserk Game with the Dark Souls Engine

Berserk is the greatest comic book series ever made. It’s better than any superhero comic, better than any slice of life or coming of age comic, better than any surreal artsy comic. Berserk is the greatest of anything in the … Continue reading

Animu, Dream Games, Fantasy/Sci-Fi, Horror, Video Gaming

Seiken Densetsu 3

Guest article by Matt Hobbs ********** “A lost masterpiece.” “A forgotten classic.” “One of the best games ever.” Hyperbole, often fueled by raw nostalgia, overused around the internet to describe so many “underrated” games (which as we’ve discussed before, often … Continue reading

Animu, Fantasy/Sci-Fi, Guest Article, Matt Hobbs, Music, RPG or thereabouts, Video Gaming

5 Gaming Crossovers I’d Like to See

Crossover video games are usually a quickly churned-out gimmick intended to capitalize on two separate franchises. Junk food gaming for that quick fix. Occasionally the results are interesting, but there is the potential for so much more. If Disney and … Continue reading

Animu, Beat-Em-Up, Fantasy/Sci-Fi, Fighting Games, League of Legends, RPG or thereabouts, Shmups, Video Gaming

SaGa Frontier

I think it was in one of the early Dragon Quest games where your character plays a slot machine and automatically wins. Whoever was in charge of that decision understood that games don’t have to be antagonistic towards the player. … Continue reading

Animu, Exploring Stuff, Fantasy/Sci-Fi, RPG or thereabouts, Video Gaming

Chaos Legion owns.

Chaos Legion is a 2003 hack-n-slash by Capcom for the PlayStation 2 and PC. Initially (and unfairly) dismissed as a Devil May Cry clone, Chaos Legion is actually a unique game due to its puzzlingly creative enemies and use of … Continue reading

Animu, Beat-Em-Up, Video Gaming

A Review of the Indie Royale “Back to School Bundle”

Indie Royale is a collection of indie games offered for a low price. That low price goes up the more people purchase it but goes down for others if you donate more than the minimum. If that sounds like a … Continue reading

Animu, Fantasy/Sci-Fi, Metroidvania, Music, Platformer, Puzzle, Video Gaming

Infinite Space

Guest article by Hamilton Clower ********** Infinite Space was originally released around 2010 without, as far as I know, a whole lot of fanfare. Although it’s a frustratingly uneven game at times, it also has a whole lot of very … Continue reading

Animu, Fantasy/Sci-Fi, Guest Article, Hamilton Clower, RPG or thereabouts, Video Gaming

Alundra: The Best Zelda Clone You’ve Never Played

Alundra is what could have happened with the Zelda series had Nintendo kept their balls. It understands perfectly what makes for entertaining combat, dungeons, puzzles, and even plot (though it is certainly rife with clichés). It requires heavy thought and … Continue reading

Animu, Exploring Stuff, Fantasy/Sci-Fi, Platformer, Puzzle, RPG or thereabouts, Video Gaming

Crystalis: The Second-Best Zelda Clone You’ve Never Played

If you’re the type of person who reads reviews of old NES games, then you’ve certainly played The Legend of Zelda. Who knows? You may even be one of the discerning nerds who wishes the series had continued down the … Continue reading

Adventure, Animu, Fantasy/Sci-Fi, Post-Apocalyptic, RPG or thereabouts, Video Gaming