This exciting shooter might not be for everyone, but it's still pretty fun and has a big heart.
The PSP localization gods are fickle beings. Sure, they bless us which such cool games as Gungnir, Class of Heroes, and God-Eater Burst. But at the same time they deny us such pleasures as Final Fantasy Type-0. It seems no mortal can understand these deities’ mysterious ways.
A tale of princesses and pervs, eternally retold.
In the last couple of years I’ve had to realize that I’m getting older, and as people get older their tastes gradually change. Time and Eternity is a Japanese-developed RPG that I likely would have loved when I was younger. In fact, I kind of did, as it has a lot of elements that remind me of the PlayStation 1 game Thousand Arms. With its emphasis on hand-drawn graphics and heavily anime inspired themes, Time and Eternity will likely appeal to a lot of people. It just may be that I’m no longer one of them.
His ATK modifier is OVER 9000?!
Friends, let me talk to you for a bit about addiction of a gaming nature. I’m sure you’ve experienced it before: that sense of falling into a game so completely that it takes over your brain and keeps you up until the wee hours of the morning. I’m here to talk about a recent addiction of mine, a game so devilishly devious in its seduction that you would be wise to stay away, even as I tell you that you should by all means play it. That game would be Disgaea 2, a PlayStation 2 game recently added to the PSN marketplace as a PS2 classic.
The menu system is about as tough as saying the name of this game correctly.
When given the opportunity to play a new game by NIS Software, the role playing game player has to jump at the opportunity. With such inventive, intellectual properties in the genre, it would be difficult to see a lackluster effort coming from the creators of the Disgaea series. But, I'm sorry to say, Legasista happens to lack lust. Compared to the flagship franchises from NIS, it has a poorly paced storyline and a dearth of new gameplay ideas.