Having spent 120 hours in the game, I am ready to say that Elden Ring is the magnum opus of Miyazaki and the FromSoftware team, a prime example of when more gameplay is always better. This article is a compilation of all the game’s exciting developments over the past 13 years. At its core, Elden Ring is addicting no matter where you go, and the next wave of content is just around the corner!Continue reading Elden Ring Review
Category: Hack & Slash
Way of the Samurai 4 Review
Way of the Samurai 4
Developer: ACQUIRE Corp.
Publisher: Ghostlight LTD
Released on Jul 23, 2015
Ever wondered just how much power one person can have on the events of their life? As in, how much influence can you have on your environment, during a historical era of Japan? While your answers may vary, the effect that a main character, or samurai in this case, has on the international relations of the mid-19th century is truly staggering in this sword-wielding game.
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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”.Continue reading Indivisible Review
Developer: Supergiant Games
Publisher: See Above
Released on May 20, 2014
Transistor is a fast-paced, sci-fi story brought to you by the creators of Bastion. In this action RPG, you are Red, a former singer who wields an extraordinary weapon called the Transistor, capable of storing functions and combining them in strategic ways. With responsive gameplay set in the futuristic city of Cloudbank, it’s up to you to piece together the mysteries surrounding this weapon.
Genre: An Action-Indie RPGContinue reading Transistor Review