Posted by Retrokaiser On Sunday, December 20, 2015 0 comments
Mushihimesama is a vertical scrolling shmup (shoot 'em up) that has you playing as a teenage girl, Reco. Reco is on a quest to help cure her village from a mysterious illness and the way to do so is by traveling though the Shinju Forest and meet a god. This quest isn't going to be easy, the Shinju Forest is full of huge bugs and I'm not talking about the glitchy kind, I'm actually talking about giant insects (yikes). These bugs also require a human sacrifice of a 15 year old girl every 150 years to help give humans the resources they need to survive and Rico is the next one on the list to be on the chopping block. Thankfully, Reco isn't going through this journey alone as she has a bug of her own to help guide her though the forest. This bug is named Kiniro and he has a nice golden coat and a whole array of firepower. It's Studio Ghibli meets Starship Troopers (1997) in this fantasy shmup. (Click on "Read More" to read the full review).
Deadly Sin is a role playing game about a young adult woman named Lorelai. Lorelai is a bit upset as her teacher, Winchester, suddenly goes missing and leaves Lorelai with some very important letters. Yep, you guessed it, Lorelai has to deliver those letters and she must deliver them to the King (a-huh huh). Lorelai heads on her way to see the King but is attacked by some thugs, only to have her friend, Glade join in to help her beat them and then join her on the quest. The group makes it to the King's castle and is surprised to see that the King has gone missing, so she talks to the kings eldest daughter, Dori instead. It turns out that the letters say that Lorelai is the key to saving the land as she is actually a special type of person called a Dragonborn. Our heroes are also on a mission to stop the Empress of the kingdom as she is actually an evil demon that is out to take over everything. Can Lorelai become strong, find Winchester, and put a stop to the great evil? (Click on "Read More" to read the full review).
Posted by theGamingBeast On Thursday, December 3, 2015 0 comments
Nekopara Vol.0 (Volume Zero) is a visual novel comedy drama, also a side-story to the main Nekopara series. The story in this game is about a group of catgirls named Chocola, Vanilla, Maple, Azuki, Cinnamon, and their trainer, Shigure, a little girl with a weird obsession over her older brother, Kashou (oh, incest themes). The story starts off with Shigure, Chocola, and Vanilla waking up in shock to see that Kashou has gone to work at the La Soleil Cafe (see my review of Nekopara Volume One for more details) and have to spend the whole day without him. What will they do to pass away the time? Simple, all they do is simple everyday stuff like making meals, cleaning the house, and watching the television. Yep, there's nothing much to the story of this game but does that mean that this game is bad? (Click on "Read More" to read the full review).
Posted by Retrokaiser On Wednesday, December 2, 2015 0 comments
Supreme League of Patriots Issue One is an comedic point and click adventure game about two guys, Kyle and Mel. Kyle is just an average bloke that works at a police station as a janitor, while Mel is his sarcastic best friend that works as a surveillance/tech-guy at the very same police station. Kyle is sick of his average life and thinks he is good enough to become a superhero. Kyle is also lucky enough to be invited onto a television talent show to where he can show off his talents and become an official hero. Sadly, there are a few problems with Kyle becoming a superhero. The first is that his costume got stuck in the hot wash, so his costume is now purple instead of being red, white, and blue. Secondly, Kyle isn't a very talented person, his main skills include eating pizza and watching Swiss porn. Yep, it is going to take a miracle for Kyle to succeed in becoming a superhero. (Click on "Read More" to read the full review).
KAMUI is an arcade styled vertical shoot 'em up and is the second chapter in the ALLTYNEX Trilogy. This game starts up with a story telling about a great mysterious device that hangs above the Earth and how people worship it like a God. Sadly, for the people that worship it, it is not a God but a giant man-made doomsday machine and this doomsday machine has been re-activated. All hope is not lost as that is not the only thing that has been re-activated as a little ship has been re-activated as well. This little ship is just as mysterious and is on a mission to destroy the doomsday device and save everyone. (Click on "Read More" to read the full review).