Disclaimer: Review codes were provided by the developer, Yummy Yummy Tummy.
Developed by Yummy Yummy Tummy, Fallen Legion seeks to bring back the same kind of gameplay that Valkyrie Profile made famous, but with mixed results. Today, we look at the PS4 and Vita versions (Sins of an Empire and Flames of Rebellion respectively), which do have different stories and even different bosses. Does it hold up decently? We shall find out!
Posted in playstation 4, Uncategorized, video game, video game review, video review, vita
Tagged Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion, Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire, indie, rpg, Valkyrie Profile, yummy yummy tummy
I know I don’t update the site often, but I do have some news: I have opened a page for donations via Ko-Fi. For those that do not know, Ko-Fi allows for direct donations instead of the subscription service Patreon has. I decided to set this up since I know not everyone is comfortable with a monthly set-up. That and I kinda welcome cash anyway.
You can find it over here.
In addition to this, I have also lowered the amount of money required to get rid of all ads on my videos. At this point, I know that I am not gonna be popular, and my new job only barely covers my loans. And even if I was, YouTube slashed ad payments by a ton, which cost me my job at Censored Gaming. So I am hoping to garner whatever support I can get. Now keep in mind my Patreon is set to only payments per video, but only Saviors of the Tale, The Smartest Moron Reviews, and detailed Top 10s will be charged. Anything else like lack of details/researched top 10s or Quick Reviews will not be charged. I do this to mainly keep myself in check and keep working so I don’t slack off. Granted I am busy now, but plenty of people have managed their time effectively, I gotta learn how to do the same.
You can find my Patreon over here.
Now with all of that said, I don’t want anyone to feel pressured into helping me. At the end of the day, I got myself into this mess through poor decisions and trusting the wrong people. I know my videos aren’t gonna get me out of debt, but I want them to help me somehow. Technically, they already do, as I feel like I am making personal improvements for myself by covering some of these games, and always learning something new with each review. I want to be able to continue that. But at the same time, even if you can’t support me, just knowing that you all enjoy my content or even share it is enough in my book. So do whatever your heart tells ya.
And in the meantime, I’ll see you all next time on The Smartest Moron!
So this will be the last review I do for a while since I just got a job and gotta train. That and my free time since then has dwindled significantly.
Developed by Media.Vision, the same people behind Valkyria Revolution, Valkyria Chronicles 3 sadly never came to the west, but did receive a translated version years later, popping up around the same time as the Final Fantasy Type-0 translation. It has since become not just my favorite game on the PSP, but possibly the best Valkyria Chronicles game, and one of my all-time favorites. Why is that? Well ya better watch these two videos to find out!
Death is a horrible thing to think about, but it can lend itself to some pretty damn good moments in video games. At the same time, there can be deaths that ruin the impact a character or story has. This list covers some of those very deaths.
Posted in opinion, Top 10s
Tagged atlus, Bionic Commando, Capcom, Dante's Inferno, Final Fantasy XIII-2, Mortal Kombat, Netherworld Studios, opinion, shin megami tensei, Square Enix
Developed by Zeboyd Games and successfully funded on Kickstarter, Cosmic Star Heroine tries to stand on its own while paying homage to games of the past like Chrono Trigger and Phantasy Star. With such heavy hitting RPGs already flooding the market, is Cosmic Star Heroine better left forgotten, or a hidden gem that must be dug up and played immediately? Let’s find out!
Developed by Dimps, Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai Another Road attempts to answer the question as to how Future Trunks solved the Majin Buu arc. And then it just turns into the Goku show once more. But does the gameplay still hold up? Let’s find out!
Time to review the Mega Man X RPG about maybe four people asked for. I KNOW YOU WANTED IT TOO, GREG!
At any rate, developed by Capcom, with some involvement from Keiji Inafune, this RPG takes place presumably after Mega Man X8, or before (details are sketchy), in the new world of Giga City. Mega Man X must join up with several new faces to stop Epsilon and the Rebellion Forces! But can they withstand the might of such an army? Is this game a hidden gem, or a turd buried in the desert level of this game? LET’S FIND OUT!!! And joining me is Mega Man fanatic/good friend/slave XTRSunburn, aka Luis!
While this channel is dedicated to diving deep into video game characters and stories, there are times when I just simply enjoy a character for little to no reason. So I decided to dedicate an entire list to those very characters!
Developed by Nippon Ichi Software, A Rose in the Twilight is a puzzle game with a bit of platforming, but plenty of dark elements, some of which come at the cost of the main character’s life. Together with her golem, she must find a way to be free from this castle, or be doomed to be the meal of monsters again and again. But does this game hold up? We shall find out!
Review code was provided to the publisher, as I work on Operation Rainfall. The written review for that website will be coming soon.
The beginning of reviewing the Devil May Cry series begins, as I take a look at Devil May Cry 1 from the HD Collection: