Castlevania fans rejoice, Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow is finally on the e-shop. Set in the year 2035, Aria of Sorrow stars Soma Cruz who happens to end up in Dracula’s castle. What sets this game apart from other Metroidvania titles is the Tactical Soul system which allows for Soma to inherit skills from various enemies. These skills include elemental attacks ... Read More »
Castlevania fans rejoice, Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow is finally on the e-shop. Set in the year 2035...
Minako Aino, the original Sailor Senshi from Codename: Sailor V. Although Usagi is based on Minako, ...
In anticipation of Halloween, Konami has released another gem on the Wii U e-shop, Castlevania: Harm...
When I first played Castlevania: Circle of the Moon on the Game Boy Advance back in 2001, I was real...
I am obviously a big anime fan, so I decided to share with you some of my favorite anime that I watc...
Minako Aino, the original Sailor Senshi from Codename: Sailor V. Although Usagi is based on Minako, and both of them can have similar characteristics, Minako stands out as a character. Through the various incarnations of Sailor Moon, Minako has been portrayed as the senpai or the more experienced member of the group, who chases after idols. The live action series ... Read More »
In anticipation of Halloween, Konami has released another gem on the Wii U e-shop, Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance. This game stars Juste Belmont, who bears a striking resemblance to Alucard, and is set 50 years after the events of Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest. It features the well known Metroidvania gameplay style established in Castlevania II and refined in Symphony of ... Read More »
When I first played Castlevania: Circle of the Moon on the Game Boy Advance back in 2001, I was really impressed. The graphics were great and the fact that the opening had a chorus singing amazed me. It wasn’t quite as good as Symphony of the Night but it came pretty close. Now you can play this game on the ... Read More »
I am obviously a big anime fan, so I decided to share with you some of my favorite anime that I watched over the summer. Let me know what you think of the list below. Akame ga kill Akame ga Kill is an unexpectedly solid anime. It stars a young teen boy named Tatsuki who sets off on a journey ... Read More »
I don’t read comics the way I used to. I’ve learned that its not really financially feasible for me to spend at least $20-30 a week when I have bills to pay, so I only buy comics every once in awhile now. However, this past summer I caught up on a few books that I was meaning to read, and ... Read More »
There’s a lot of content to discuss so no real intro this time around, let’s just jump right into the the synopsis and everything else. Act 7 picks up where Act 6 left off, Usagi is still in shock after learning that Tuxedo Mask and Mamoru are the same person. Mamoru tells Usagi that the reason he is after the ... Read More »
October is here which means Halloween is right around the corner. Konami is celebrating Halloween this month by releasing various Castlevania titles on the Virtual Console. The first title up this month is Castlevania: Dracula X. This game is a poor man’s version of Akumajou Dracula X: Chi no Rondo, staring Richter Belmont best known for saying “Die monster, you ... Read More »
Summer can be weird for gamers. You have more free time, but new releases are few and far between. I tend to use my summer as a chance to catch up on games and enjoy some old school gaming. Below are five games that I played and completed this summer across different platforms. Cthulu Save the World (Steam) In anticipation ... Read More »
Tuxedo Mask, Tuxedo Kamen, Moonlight Knight, Endymion, Endo, Darien, Mysterious 2098 Face, whatever you like to call him, Mamoru Chiba has some interesting identity issues. Typically, when people think of Tuxedo Mask, they think of a rose throwing, cane wielding, masked man in a suit. But did you know that Tuxedo Mask never throws roses in the manga nor the ... Read More »
With Smash Bros. on the horizon, the Nintendo e-shop has been pretty active lately. Last week, Platinum Club Nintendo members had early access to a Smash Bros. demo, starting on September 19th, the demo will become available to all 3DS users. On the Wii U Virtual Console this week is SNES classic cabal shooter Wild Guns by Natsume. I’ve never ... Read More »
When Etrian Odyssey first debuted on the DS several years ago, I was interested in playing it but was too busy with grad school. Before I knew it, there were four games in the series and a remake of the original game on the 3DS. Last year I decided to purchase the remake of the original known as Etrian Odyssey ... Read More »