Yoshi’s Crafted World

The release of Yoshi’s Crafted World triumphantly heralds the eighth main instalment in the Yoshi franchise to date. Much like its predecessor, Wooly World, Crafted World follows suit with another unique visual theme, this time […]

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Final Fantasy VII (Switch)

Even now, years after the PSX age, I never struggle to find people willing and able to debate which of that generation’s Final Fantasy releases was the “best.” While I’ve always taken up the fight […]

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Who is this for? No, seriously, who is this for? Hey, hey, just a sec – who was this made for? ToeJam & Earl: Back In The Groove is one of those games. You know […]

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The Caligula Effect: Overdose

Of the many things that can cause a blip on a gamer’s radar, hearing about an upcoming release that is comparable to a favourite game of theirs is far in the upper echelons. For example, […]

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Final Fantasy IX (Switch)

It’s hardly unique of me to say that Final Fantasy was the series to introduce me to the concept of turn-based RPGs at a young age, and the reason I’m so enthusiastic for the genre […]

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Travis Strikes Again is hot garbage and a besmirchment on the No More Heroes series, Grasshopper Manufacture, and Suda 51 himself. It does nothing to connect itself to the series it was spun from, save […]

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Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition

As an enthusiast of JRPGs, you’d be forgiven for assuming that I would be an enthusiastic fan of Bandai Namco’s renowned “Tales of” series, sitting amongst the ranks of long-running series with disconnected games such […]

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YIIK: A Postmodern RPG

There was a strange golden age for JRPGs in the ‘90s. Titles like Final Fantasy, Wild Arms and Earthbound warped the minds of my generation into optimistic weirdos with strong opinions on turn-based combat. Now […]

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Katamari Damacy Reroll

Reroll’s release on Switch and PC might represent something like closure for long-term onlookers of the Katamari series frustrated by its limited availability. The original Katamari Damacy was released on PlayStation 2 in 2004 – […]

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Some of my fondest memories as a kid growing up came from playing Super Smash Bros. Brawl almost every day with two of my best friends. Those moments, for me, encapsulate what Smash used to […]

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