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Fire Emblem Fates – Full Review

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After the huge success of Fire Emblem Awakening, it’s no surprise that Intelligent Systems would develop another title in the series. Fire Emblem Fates’ main selling point, as you probably already know, is the opportunity to select which route you …Continue reading →

Fire Emblem Fates : Early Thoughts

The Fire Emblem Fates logo

Fire Emblem Fates is split into two games: Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright (White Night Kingdom), and Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest (Dark Knight Kingdom). There are major differences between the two versions, both in gameplay and story. Birthright plays similar to …Continue reading →

Zombie Panic in Wonderland DX – Full Review

Watch out for falling objects, as the screen can get quite crowded at times!

It’s always nice to see a zombie-shooter game that doesn’t take itself too seriously and Zombie Panic in Wonderland DX is exactly that. It’s an arcade-style shooter with a whacky style and an odd sense of humour; one moment I …Continue reading →

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth – Full Review

The game uses an intriguing system of personas and sub-personas…

I am a huge fan of the Persona series, so you could imagine my excitement when I heard that there was an incoming Persona game with Etrian Odyssey-style gameplay headed for the 3DS. Persona Q can be simply summed up …Continue reading →

Dragon Quest VII: Eden no Senshitachi – Full Review

The DQ7 3DS box-art

Dragon Quest VII: Eden no Senshitachi (Warriors of Eden) is an enhanced port of the original Dragon Warrior VII released back in 2001. It is well known for being one of the longest RPGs out there, filled with massive amounts …Continue reading →

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