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Nathan Lee's Reviews
Neptunia: Sisters vs Sisters is a Neptunia fan's dream, but an otherwise unremarkable outing for anyone else.
Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes provides Fire Emblem: Three Houses fans with a compelling retelling of its story alongside its great cast of characters.
Vanillaware has handled 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim's Switch port with the utmost care and, with some of the changes, may even be better than the PS4 version. If you love RPGs, have an affinity for excellent stories, are in the mood for some good brain exercise, or just looking for a nice 30-hour experience in gaming, look no further than 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim.
This crossover will please fans of both series, but accomplishes little else.
Skyward Sword HD is a welcome improvement to the original game, but will likely do little to change the minds of any detractors.
Mass Effect Legendary Edition is a welcome return to one of gaming's most rewarding trilogy of games.
Calling Persona 5 Strikers “just another Musou game” would be a disservice. I definitely recommend giving it a shot if it was on your radar at all, since it provides an experience so removed from regular Musou games and reuniting with the Phantom Thieves for more adventures seems to guarantee a fun time. Just one more spin-off to go before Persona 5 matches Persona 4‘s record. Will we see more of the Phantom Thieves in the future? All I know for sure is that I’m on board.
For its time, it's easy to see how Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light had a massive appeal to fans looking to get into the SRPG genre.
Arc of Alchemist is a short, boring game that is as dry as the desert it takes place in.
The huge effort and perceived budget that went into this game shows, and Sakura Wars makes a triumphant return after a 14-year retirement.
Persona 5 Royal is possibly the best enhanced port ever made, and it helps that the original material is still as amazing as ever. This is a must play for RPG fans.
Rune Factory 4 Special is a delightful and charming farming sim, even in a post-Stardew Valley world.
Tokyo Mirage Sessions' deep battle system, light-hearted story, bright aesthetics, and catchy J-pop soundtrack are JRPG bliss.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses is Fire Emblem at the top of its game. Only a few games in my life have ruined my sleep schedule like Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Getting back home late after work, playing until I saw the sun rise, agonizing over in-game decisions, laughing and crying alongside the cast… this is what it means to truly fall in love with a game. Three Houses should be a part of any Switch owner’s library at some point. It has pretty much everything you could possibly want in a video game: good graphics, great music, an epic story and, of course, top-notch gameplay. Fire Emblem has a new, higher bar moving forward, and hopefully we’ll see this effort replicated for future titles.
Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists is a decent crossover game for the Atelier franchise, linking 20 years of the series together.
Super Neptunia RPG feels like it was made by two teams with two objectives, and the result is a mediocre mess.
The Princess Guide fails to execute on its good ideas, and the result is a game that feels like it was released before it had time to be raised properly.
Death end re;Quest's haunting atmosphere pairs up well with the dread-inducing story, making for a worthy experience.
Octopath Traveler is unapologetically old-school, and would not have been out of place if it had released back in the golden age of JRPGs.
Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition shows its age when compared to recent Warriors games, but for Zelda fans, there is no better way to experience a Zelda crossover with your favourite characters.