Sometimes it may seem as if Japan is another world, but what would another world be to the Japanese? Enter Ni no Kuni, a vast, Technicolor realm where anything seems possible, and familiar faces show up in the oddest of places.
Author: Michael Baker
Japanese gaming culture is different. That’s a given. But since it gives us theatrical releases of video game films, who cares? Let’s see what we’re missing.
SaGa Scarlet Grace is coming west! Fans of the series know what to expect — or do they? It’s said that the more things change, the more they stay the same, but for a series with such a history as a collection of oddities, it pays to know what you’re getting into.
A strange and eldritch letter is found, seeped with fluids best left unknown. What outrageous piece of code has thus defiled the mind of one of this site’s bold writers and left behind such pieces that, were they placed as jigsaw sets, would show the holes wherein exist dark horrors no light may resist.
For its 20th Anniversary special, Gust’s Atelier series provides something which, while a little different, still hews close to the things that made it all great in the first place.
Michael Baker takes a look at the newest adventure-RPG from Himalaya Studios. Given his experiences with the genre, will he… Hey! He likes it! Hey, Mikey!
In the heavy, grim, metal, dark future of humanity, the only thing a guy can trust is his tank. So get the sand out of those treads and apply it to yourself, because you’ll need all the grit you can muster to survive.