What Does it Mean to Stay on the Path of Justice?
When I heard Persona 5 Royal was coming out, I couldn’t wait to watch the new trailers for this extended remake of the original Persona 5. And for the record, I’m a huge fan of Persona 5. After logging over 100 hours into the game, I grew attached to the Phantom Thieves, as if I was one of them, infiltrating palaces to steal the distorted desires of rotten adults.
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Developer: Lab Zero Games
Publisher: 505 Games
Released on Oct 08, 2019
Indivisible is an action-packed, fantasy RPG developed by the same guy behind the 2D fighting game, Skullgirls. Set in a mythical world of gods and demons, the protagonist is a rebellious teenage girl named Ajna with hidden powers, destined to save the world–or destroy it as the prophecy foretold. Influenced by anime, every character is hand-drawn to bring out the game’s quirky cast of “incarnations”.
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Released on Sep 17, 2012
Half-Minute Hero: Super Mega Neo Climax Ultimate Boy is the fastest RPG on the planet in which the hero must save the world in 30 seconds. Noire the dark magician is up to his old tricks again, traveling across the land to teach the Spell of Destruction to others, converting them into Evil Lords in the process. As the one true hero, the fate of the world rests in your hands.
Genre: Action RPG
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Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends
Developer: Koei Tecmo Games
Publisher: Same Guys
Released on May 13, 2014
Dynasty Warriors is an ongoing series of hack and slash games derived from historical text dating back to the Eastern Han Dynasty in China. The story is based on Records of the Three Kingdoms, with many volumes describing the war efforts of the lords, military generals, and nobles of that era. Dynasty Warriors 8 returns, expanding upon story mode by adding new characters and hypothetical scenarios to the game.
Genre: Action/Hack & Slash
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Hey everyone! I haven’t been blogging as frequently because I got accepted for a full-time position at an environmental science lab. I also went back and edited some of my old anime art by referencing a few anatomy tutorials I found on DeviantArt. I did end up creating some Pokémon fanart after finishing the remakes of Gens 1 and 2.
I will be continuing my playthrough of Pokémon Black since Gen 5 changed up the predictable storytelling formula and actually questioned the concept of capturing Pokémon just for the sake of battling. I’m aware Gen 5 received a lot of hate from fans who thought the Pokémon designs were ugly, but I think Pokémon should be judged by its gameplay instead.
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