Atelier Ryza Switch Review: Crafting up a Good Time

Re-synthesizing alchemy Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout is a beautiful JRPG, it’s a reboot of everything Atelier, character designs, story, everything, meaning Ryza is the perfect entry point into the world of Atelier games and not just one for existing fans. Okay yes it pretty much looks the same, has a similar … Continue reading

Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth Switch Review: A Digivolution of Classic Monster Taming

It’s fitting that the definitive version of the Digimon 20th anniversary game came out just in time for the West’s 20th anniversary. Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth Complete Edition features not just one but both fully fledged well received Cyber Sleuth games to grace this console generation marking a return to digital monster taming and evolving … Continue reading

A brand new turn based RPG Little Town Hero comes to Nintendo Switch October 16th

The Nintendo Switch is home to some great turn based RPG’s with the likes of Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest and Undertale being some of the front runners for greatest turn based RPG’s of all time among the roster. The champions of Turn Based action Game Freak are about to make their mark when Little Town … Continue reading

NS Review – Fire Emblem Three Houses (Switch)

Fire Emblem is back baby! Out for its first venture into a Nintendo home console since the Wii and this time as a school based RPG, because they’re all the rage. The twist? You are the teacher not the student. Fire Emblem Three Houses is set in the land of Fódlan where there are three … Continue reading

NS Review – Dragon Quest Builders (Switch)

It likely surprises no one at this point when it comes to me getting excited about new JRPGs coming out, especially if they are coming to Switch and I can play them whenever and wherever I would like to do so. This being said, I’m not normally a fan of building or sim games such … Continue reading

NS Review – Octopath Traveler Demo (Switch)

This review was originally posted on reuthegamer.com on 21st September 2017. Anyone who knows me will know that I am rather a large fan of the JRPG genre, in fact, I normally will drop pretty much any other game I happen to be playing to pick one up. Furthermore, in that genre, I consider Bravely … Continue reading

NS Review – YO-KAI WATCH 2: Bony Spirits & Fleshy Souls (3DS)

Although the Nintendo Switch is now out and slowly building up a respectable library of games, the 3DS is still going pretty strong this year, with the most recent games being YO-KAI WATCH 2: Bony Spirits & Fleshy Souls. The YO-KAI WATCH games are a series of monster collecting RPGs, featuring spirits called Yo-kai, which … Continue reading

NS Review – Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King (3DS)

First review of 2017, and what a surprise, it’s another JRPG. After the incredible remaster of Dragon Quest VII on 3DS, which you can find my (overwhelmingly positive) review of here, now I have have the joy of playing Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King. Originally released on the PlayStation 2 in 2004, … Continue reading

NS Review – Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past (3DS)

The other day I was having a somewhat heated discussion with a work colleague about the rise in remaster culture recently, or more specifically the tendency towards releasing remakes instead of new titles. As much as I agreed with him on various points, I held the point that sometimes players will not have played the … Continue reading

NS Review- YO-KAI WATCH (3DS)

YO-KAI WATCH is an RPG on the Nintendo 3DS that is finally being released to the west after Japan having it for years. It sports bizarre and eccentric creatures called Yo-kai that inhabit our world and have strange effects on people, and upon discovering and (begrudgingly) befriending a spoopy Yo-kai named Whisper, your character (who … Continue reading

  • Categories

  • Tags