Category: Reviews

Monark Review

Monark launches with shades of Shin Megemi Tensei behind it. A great battle system and solid art have the making of a gem, but a slow and repetitive second half indicates plenty of room for refinement.

Maglam Lord Review

Maglam Lord puts players in the role of a Demon Lord having to find their place in a new world. While the game’s story and cast are sufficiently entertaining, lacklustre gameplay brings down the experience.

Pokémon Legends: Arceus Review

Pokémon games haven’t changed their formula much in the last twenty five years, relying on side games for experimentation. Arceus breathes a new life into the franchise and shows how reinventing key gameplay aspects can revolutionize the Pokémon experience.

RPGolf Legends Review

Developer ArticNet takes a giant swing forward with the second title in the RPGolf series. There’s no need to take a mulligan, but the game isn’t quite up to par yet.

Nova-111 Review

Combining real-time and turn-based mechanics is not an easy thing to do in any game, nevermind one that identifies first as a turn-based adventure game. Does Nova-111 enthrall its gamers or do its puzzles fail to entice?

Pokémon Shining Pearl Review

Some games have a stronger impact than others. Does the Sinnoh region have a lasting impact on Pokémon fans? Or does it stay too faithful to the original DS games? All we can say is: Bidoof is the greatest Pokémon of all time.

Expeditions: Rome Review

Developer Logic Artists takes another step back into history with its latest title in the Expeditions series. Expeditions: Rome presents a thoroughly enjoyable role-playing experience in the late Roman Republic.

Battle Brothers Review

It’s clear that Battle Brothers is meant to be challenging for even the most hardcore tactical RPGamers. The lack of help and optimization issues for consoles could have some quitting before the mechanics even have a chance to become fun.

Moon: Remix RPG Adventure Review

Moon: Remix Adventure RPG is now available in English on multiple platforms. The anti-RPG is not one for traditionalists, but features innovative gameplay with difficult puzzles to make it a pleasing twist.

Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker Review

Though there’s much more to come from Final Fantasy XIV, Endwalker brings down the curtain on an arc that began with A Realm Reborn. Warriors of Light can pick up their adventures in the comfort that Square Enix does not fall short.

Moonglow Bay Review

Moonglow Bay may be the most Canadian game to ever exist. From strange fish tales to chatty Maritimers, the game will have you entranced by all its wonders.

Arcadia Fallen Review

Arcadia Fallen is a visual novel with character role-playing elements from Galdra Studios. While there’s not much to its gameplay elements, it still tells an interesting story that invites players to be themselves.