Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1 Review – Taking the Console Wars to the next level

Hello and Welcome to my review of Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1 made by Idea Factory, Compile Heart, and Felistella, and published by Idea Factory at least in America. Normally that’s just simple information but in this game, let’s just say we’re going to see personifications of two of these companies, well not even just these.

Hyperdimension Neptunia is a long-running series, spanning over ten games so far, focused on a universe where the video game consoles are humanoid Goddesses embroiled in a major Console War. If it sounds interesting, then starting with Re;Birth 1 is the right step with it being a remake of the original game, originally made for the Playstation Vita, Playstation 3 and 4, Windows currently.

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Kingdom Come: Deliverance Review – Maybe keeping it too real

Played on Windows.
Also Available on PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance was released last year to a big fanfare, it was a major release as part of the Kickstarter campaign for a new game heavily focused on realism that started in 2014, though while it missed it’s release date of 2015 by a couple of years, it seemed to deliver on what was promised. But how is the game itself?

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Druidstone: The Secret of the Menhir Forest Review

Played on Windows
Disclosure (Review copy) at the end of the review.

Druidstone is the first game from the Ctrl Alt Ninja, the new company formed from Almost Human. While the company’s name change, they say it’s mostly the same group of developers, but the result is a very interesting game. Almost Human was the company that produced the Legends of Grimrock series, an interesting call back to Might and Magic style RPGs. This time around Ctrl Alt Ninja looks back to D&D inspired strategy RPGs, does it hit the mark a second time?

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