There are quite a few gems tucked into the Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE OST, but this is the song that stuck out the most. That means it gets today’s spotlight while every other song is forced to languish in the … Continue reading Music to My Ears: Quest Battle (Tokyo Mirage Sessions)
I’ve always been intrigued bu the idea of loot crates. Over the years, they’ve progressively grown in popularity (with many YouTubers showcasing live openings) and on more than one occasion, I’ve seriously considered looking into subscribing. Shaun has gotten loot … Continue reading My Wishlist For Video Game Loot Crate Themes
I started playing Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE a couple years ago and found it to be charming and fun overall. The Wii U was in dire need of RPGs (or quality games in general), and even though the second-screen utilization … Continue reading Idol, Never Idle: Getting Back to Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE
When Fire Emblem: Warriors was first announced earlier this year, I remember being really excited. After all, I adored Hyrule Warriors Legends, from the rich cast of characters to the diverse combat styles every single character had, I sunk so … Continue reading Where Has Fire Emblem: Warriors Gone Wrong?
With every Fire Emblem game I’ve played, the thing I look forward to the most is recruiting new characters and learning about them through Supports. When I started Fire Emblem: Echoes, I wondered how good the characters were going to … Continue reading My Top 5 Favorite Fire Emblem: Echoes Characters
A while back I wrote about anime adaptations of video games and when they seem to work best, and after watching Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV, it got me thinking about which video games I’d want to see in anime form. … Continue reading My Top 5 Picks for Anime Adaptations of Video Games
Not long ago, I considered the games that I loved replaying the most, with Fire Emblem Awakening being at the top. While I liked Fire Emblem Fates (specifically Conquest) at the time of its release, it hasn’t aged well for … Continue reading Fire Emblem Echoes Review: The First 20 Hours