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5 Mar 2019

Review: The Caligula Effect: Overdose

A couple of years ago, Atlus published an ambitions little title for the Vita known as The Caligula Effect. Many compared it spiritually to the Persona series, which is no surprise, since the writer that penned the game's narrative, Tadashi Satomi, was also the mind behind the first two Persona games.
14 Jul 2018

Review: Shining Resonance Refrain

A Light on the Past Sega’s Shining series is an interesting one – a long-running series of often wildly different games that are only really connected by having the word “shining” in the title. The series jumps between genres constantly, starting off in 1991 as a first-person dungeon crawler with Shining in the Darkness on
19 Oct 2016

Review: Superdimension Neptune vs. Sega Hard Girls

Everybody’s Doing It The Neptunia series has been one of the more intriguing (or unusual, if you rather) concepts to hit gaming in recent years. Turning the idea of console wars into a JRPG, and anthropomorphizing said consoles, along with other gaming-related companies, into cute anime girls.
19 Sep 2016

Review: Shin Megami Tensei IV Apocalypse

A Fresh Pair of Eyes Perspective is a major topic when it comes to both creating the setting of and experiencing a story. In the vast majority of storytelling mediums, the reader/viewer/player experiences the world of the story through the eyes of a written character or group. As such, the perspective of these characters is