Erren Van Duine
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Erren Van Duine's Reviews
Mahokenshi challenges both newcomers and seasoned players alike.
Harvestella is the secret best game you probably haven't played yet.
NeverAwake is a true shump to its core. Despite some repetition in enemy design, this twin-stick shooter takes on the concept of nightmares and blends it into its visual style and gameplay in a way that rewards players who come back for more.
A refreshing return to form for the storied "Tales of" franchise.
Dragon Ball returns to the game scene with new improvements, characters and adventures.
A bright art style and nostalgia pave the way for Square Enix's latest return to traditional RPGs - with a twist!
While some of its flaws may leave some areas feeling half-baked, Zero Time Dilemma will be something that won't be leaving our minds anytime soon.
Valkyria Chronicles returns again to the big screen.
An ambitious but flawed RPG experience.
Broken Age is a wonderful experience that I can't recommend enough. As someone who grew up on the LucasArts-style adventure games of old Double Fine has pulled through with just enough nostalgia and modern aesthetic, offering up a fresh and funny classic in an age where blockbuster games rule the roost.
For what it is, Jamestown+ is a fun game worth its asking price on the PlayStation Network. If anything, it's a fun little distraction calling back to the classic games of yesteryear. Fans of bullet hell certainly won't be disappointed.
These ideas are certainly the products of portable limitations, but in the end they fail to stifle what is in truth a compelling experience.
It's easy to recommend Q*Bert: Rebooted to both returning fans and new ones alike. The PlayStation release allows for choice of play either in its classic mode or the more modern version for those who want something a little easier on the eyes. The additional challenges in the Rebooted mode do provide some extra game time, but if you're looking for something a little deeper this isn't quite it. Q*Bert: Rebooted may be a simple game from another era, but its pick-up and play nature can certainly still be relevant today.
The legacy of Final Fantasy music has never been brighter.
Lightning Returns, but you might well be better off remembering her as she was.