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Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King Review: A PS2 Classic Reborn

Dragon Quest games often fall to the wayside in terms of Square Enix releases due to the immense popularity of the Final Fantasy franchise in the West, but with releases like Dragon Quest IX and Builders, they've started to come to the light more than they had before. This trend continues with the 3DS version… Continue reading Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King Review: A PS2 Classic Reborn

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Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past Review

I have always been a massive fan of turn based RPG titles, even since I was a young lad watching my old man play them. There was always something about a deep story, well-built characters and long nights trying to reach the next break in whatever twist was awaiting the main character. It has been… Continue reading Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past Review

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Kirby – Planet Robobot Review: Simply Delicious

It's really unfortunate that Kirby tends to be forgotten by players more than Nintendo sometimes, as while people clamor for Nintendo to release games that aren't Mario, Zelda or Pokemon titles (a sentiment I don't share, I love those franchises!), Kirby has seen numerous releases in Kirby and the Rainbow Curse for Wii U, Kirby… Continue reading Kirby – Planet Robobot Review: Simply Delicious

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Hyrule Warriors Legends (New 3DS) Review

Hyrule Warriors Legends for the 3DS is an expanded port of the Wii U game; Hyrule Warriors released back in 2014. I very much enjoyed Hyrule Warriors for it's wonderful blend of Dynasty Warriors-style combat and the soul of the Legend of Zelda franchise. Running around and cutting down swaths of Moblins, Deku Babas and other… Continue reading Hyrule Warriors Legends (New 3DS) Review