Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Review

Played on Windows
Also Available on Linux, macOS, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita, (PlayStation Portable in Japan only)

After reviewing Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc in September 2018, it stuck in my head. The story was good and the game was unique, so ultimately I’m going to give it a special award. It was the first game where I felt I needed to play its sequel. I did abstain from it for a little while waiting for a good price, but I also needed to play more of it. And thus we return to Hope’s Peak Academy, for Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair. Three months later and we’re going back to school.

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Viscera Cleanup Detail Review

Played on Windows

We’re getting ready for the family at home, bookended between Thanksgiving and Christmas, it’s time for the ritual of family, friends, and cleaning that is required for everything. That’s the focus of home life. So why not digitize that and clean as a game. Honestly, if you asked me to make a million games, I would never think of it, however, the team at Runestorm came up with it, and I think it’s one of the most inventive games I’ve ever played. But is it more than just an idea?

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Disgaea 5 Complete Review

Played on Windows and PlayStation 4.
Also Available on Nintendo Switch.
Disclosure (review copy) at the end of the review.

Disgaea is a long-running series of SRPG from Nippon Ichi that started on the PlayStation 2 and have had relatively constant releases. While it remained the PlayStation family of consoles for a long time, a couple of years ago Nippon Ichi ported the original game to the PC, along with the sequel the next year. This year, however, Nippon Ichi suddenly ported Disgaea 5 to the PC along with all it’s DLC, fresh for fans to check out. So is this the latest and greatest, or did they just skip a few games? Let’s find out.

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World of Final Fantasy Review

Played on Windows
Also Available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One (including an enhanced version World of Final Fantasy Maxima)

Two years ago, Final Fantasy released a most interesting game that flew under the radar named World of Final Fantasy. It was announced at E3 2015 in both Sony’s and Square Enix’s show. It was one of the only mentioned of final fantasy, but got overshadowed by Hitman, Just Cause 3, Final Fantasy VII Remake (still not out), Kingdom Hearts 3 (Also not out) and more The fact is what was shown was a cutesy video with chibi characters, and it definitely slipped under the radar. So it actually came out the following year in 2016 and didn’t get much attention. Was it a missed opportunity, or a silent failure? We’ll see.

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Humble Monthly Bundle Early Unlock Wrap Up for December 2018

Welcome again,

Another month has passed, and it’s time to wrap up the Humble Monthly Bundle for December 2018.

This month Humble Bundle Released two or three Early Unlocks depending on how you want to count, Metal Gear Solid V, but there’s three reviews for this, let’s get started.  As always I’ll quickly go over each of the games here, along with attaching my videos and  links to the full written reviews if you want to read the whole thing.  A full recount of why you should buy this bundle is at the bottom. Read More »

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Review

Played on Windows and PlayStation 4
Also available on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One.

Oh boy, so we come to the last game of the Humble Monthly Bundle of December 2018, and it’s Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. This is a big game, and I feel that it’s impossible to divorce this review from the company who made the game, the man who made it, and the situation surrounding it. In fact, any attempt to do so at this point would not be properly judging Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

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Cities: Skylines Review

Played on Windows.
Also Available on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, macOS, and Linux.

So we tackle the second Early Unlock of the Humble Monthly Bundle for December 2018, and it’s Cities: Skylines. I’m actually thrilled to talk about Cities: Skylines because I picked it up in 2016, and spent over a decent amount of time with it and now have a reason to pick it up again. But is it really that good?

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