Developer: Nippon Ichi Software Publisher: NIS America Genre: Platformer, Adventure Platforms: Switch, PlayStation 4 Rating: Everyone Once upon a time, there was a kingdom surrounded by a dangerous forest full of monsters. No one dared enter for fear of being attacked. A witch was also found to live there, making matters worse. But the prince of this kingdom wandered into the forest… Read More Review: The Liar Princess And The Blind Prince (PS4)
The conventions in Miami that I’m most familiar with are SuperCon and Animate, but I often don’t attend these events. However, as one of the resident gamers at Beneath the Tangles, I was intrigued when I heard about Gamer Comic Expo. I sent the con an email explaining that I would like a press badge… Read More Checking Out the Inaugural Gamer Comic Expo!
In lieu of my usual attempts to wrest theological insights from video games, I thought that this time around I’d post a top five list of my favourite Final Fantasy titles, and use it to showcase some of my bad fan art. It’s a series I’ve been a big fan of since since my early… Read More The Top Five Final Fantasies
Konnichiwa my fellow anime fans, this is Samuru with your latest Something More entry! We did not post one in December of 2016 since we had our 12 Days of Otaku Christmas, so this one will be longer than the previous one. I did my best in discovering articles that would interest the readers of… Read More Something More: God Moments, Kanon Angels, Identity in Cosplay and Resurrections
The Mega Man franchise has been one of my favorites ever since I was a kid. I recently purchased a Nintendo 3DS so I can finally catch up on all the Nintendo games and Japanese ports not available on any other system. The list of games that I have been craving to play is pretty… Read More Mega Man ZX: The Light That Remains
Dragon Quest VII revolves around the idea of a setting that ‘builds’ itself as you explore it. The game starts you in a world that consists only of a rather small and unremarkable island. From there you travel back in time, exploring other land masses that once existed, and altering history so that they survive… Read More Video Games and Faerie
Among this season’s new shows, New Game! is the obligatory cute-girls-doing-cute-things show. And if you know anything about me from my various blog posts, you probably know that I am a sucker for those kinds of shows. However, New Game! has a number of qualities that help distinguish it from other shows of its kind. First of all, calling… Read More The Secret Stars of Anime Auditions: New Game!
Lately I’ve been playing Tap my Katamari on my cell phone, with a lot of help from my kids. The game is literally called an “Idle Clicker,” because you are idly tapping on the screen to get the game going. What’s the plot? The King of All Cosmos has once again destroyed the stars so the… Read More Newman’s Nook: Friendship Matters
Music is a big part of my life, as I listen to it for hours every day. Mostly it’s for background purposes, whether at the gym, during prayer and worship, or while reading, writing, or driving. I never realized how important it was to my life until several years ago, nor did I notice that… Read More Lunar Silver Star Story: Wind’s Nocturne Analysis
I have reached the conclusion of Tales of Xillia 2, and what an ending it was! There are actually three endings: a bad one that can be seen before entering the final area, The Land of Canaan, or the last choice that you make which leads to the death of one of the characters. The game… Read More Gaming with God: The Origin of Our Depravity