We’re playing through Trails of Cold Steel III over on our YouTube channel right now, and it’s been an interesting experience going through blind for the first time. In the past, I’d played the earlier games in the Trails series … Continue reading Music to My Ears: Spiral of Erebos
We’re maybe 10 hours into Trails of Cold Steel III after months (and what felt like years) of waiting for its release in America, and so far the early returns are really good. The most noticeable change is the graphics. … Continue reading First Impressions: Trails of Cold Steel III (Spoiler-Free)
After seven major story arcs and more than 1,050 episodes of the Pokemon anime, the impossible has finally happened: Ash Ketchum won a Pokemon League tournament. After several heartbreaks along the way, getting increasingly close but coming up short, he … Continue reading Ash Ketchum Might Not Be the Worst Pokemon Trainer Ever?
Although my time has been limited the last couple weeks, I’ve had the chance to dive into the new Fire Emblem: Three houses recently, and I’m really enjoying some of the systems that the latest offering has put into place. … Continue reading Fire Emblem: Three Houses: Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child
I’m surprised I’ve never written about this song or this game. I think on a certain level I just assumed it happened a long time ago, back when the site first started. Turns out: nope! So here we go. Unite, … Continue reading Music to My Ears: Unite, Descend (Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles)
It’s been a while since we checked in with Playstation’s flagship baseball franchise, MLB The Show. The last time we wrote a review here was 2014, and with sports games being saddled with annual releases, that’s essentially forever ago. I’ve … Continue reading MLB The Show 19: Mini-Review
Look, maybe it’s because I’m getting old and out of touch, but the trend of battle royale games is beyond me. As I’ve documented a million times in this space, I’m a co-op game kind of guy, so the thought … Continue reading Tetris 99, and the Best Way to Reinvent a Classic