Light and dark, sun and shadow… the classic metaphors for life and death. Except, in Felix the Reaper ($3.99), they are not just metaphors, they are also the basic premise of the game. Players will guide Felix, a new field Reaper in the Ministry of Death, as he orchestrates ever more elaborate deaths, intent on impressing his lady-love in the Ministry of Life, Betty. The catch? The two may never meet—Felix must remain in the shadows, while Betty dances in sunlit meadows.
Back in June, I reviewed Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc ($15.99) which is the first entry in Spike Chunsoft’s beloved Danganronpa franchise. It debuted in the West on PS Vita and was followed by Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair ($15.99) in 2014 which was also on PS Vita. Both of these games have been ported since to PC and eventually PS4 before finally arriving on mobile in as Anniversary Editions on both iOS and Android.
Over the last few years, Annapurna Interactive have brought PlayStation classics like Journey and Flower to iOS in addition to new games that are all essentials like Florence, If Found…, and Donut County. Last week, another PlayStation classic hit iOS (and PC) in the form of the Giant Sparrow developed The Unfinished Swan ($4.99).
Another batch of Interludes for me to analyse and judge. So yeah, haven’t been writing articles in a while and I’m sorry, it has been busy lately for me regarding family life, sickness, and soon enough college life. Man, it’s gonna be a stressing time, especially with college and the whole COVID situation we’re still in. Anyways, we’re gonna be analysing the new batch of interludes that Delightworks have released for some favourite servants of mine, and just to let you all know, these are really good buffs.
I personally have had my eye on the physical copy of this game for a long time. And as of today, I was able to finally pick up a copy for cheap. Having the game, I now get to tell you about this fun arcade game that was brought back to life on the Nintendo Switch! Come join me as I talk about Windjammers!
You though Diarmuid was always meant to be a Lancer? You thought wrong! He has always and forever will be a Saber! For it is his most ultimate form!
So yeah, back from holidays, it was fun and all and I have announced my return with this analysis on the coming 4-star Saber: Diarmuid. So without further ado, let us begin.
Hello everyone! Welcome to yet another Sword Art Online: Memory Defrag Banner Reviews for August 2020! 4th anniversary is around the corner, but will be discussed in next month’s banner reviews. Without further ado, let’s get straight into it.
So when we were young, we all had favorite games that we plugged A LOT of hours into; for me, that was multiple games throughout the Pokemon Franchise! So as I continue to remember and play through my old games; I plan to cover some that were important to me at a young age! So let’s dive in and talk about Pokemon Platinum!
Alrighty, today’s FGO Jp buffs consist of Nezha and… Arjuna? Hold on, why did he get a buff? But he’s already good? I’m so confused now. Like, he doesn’t even need one in the first place?
Overview Chaos Academy is a collectible card-game (CCG) developed by Dragonest (same people behind games like Auto Chess), in collaboration with Rayark Infuse (which many attribute as the source of the very captivating illustrations). This was made available globally five months ago, and is still in the early access phase. Currently only avaiable on Android. […]