Once you’re done with the game’s main story, the fun doesn’t end there! You can revisit the story in order to unlock the plethora of portraits, clothing for the girls; you can also jump into a “fantasize” mode where you’ll need to get the girls into the right position in order to… “observe” them.
I want to be blunt with you, if you are not conditioned to what we old-timers call “The Grind” then Bravely Default 2 might not be for you. In between chapters, you will NEED to go off the beaten path in search of treasures and enemies to fight if you want to have any chance in hell beating the bosses at the end of every dungeon.
Once again, Mario and his friends Princess Peach, Toad, and (THE BEST BROTHER) Luigi are enjoying themselves when they spot a strange tube that looks like it is in ill repair. Mario and Luigi fix the pipe and low and behold a faery comes out and warns the group that series baddie Bowser is holding her people hostage. Of course, after warning the group of what is going on, Bowser appears and steals the faery. The dynamic group then jumps into the tube and thus that is the beginning of this adventure.
Visually, Immortals: Fenyx Rising is just as charming as its dialogue. It’s best described as a mix between Breath of the Wild and Fortnite. The result is a charming, colourful palette that really brings the world to life in a cartoonish way. On PlayStation 5
The game’s boss battles are incredibly fun and intense; when first trying to take them down, you’ll fumble a bit and get your ass kicked; especially when you have a sliver of the boss’ health. But once you get into a groove and learn the enemy patterns, they are definitely some of the most fun boss battles envisioned. They feature a perfect blend of fun and challenge.
Twin Mirror ditches the episodic format and lasts roughly five hours or so. This may sound oxymoronic but it simultaneously feels too short and too long. Too short because there’s some interesting characters that feel underdeveloped. Too long because of how predictable the mystery is.
Katamari Damacy ReRoll has one of the most original, quirky, and unique presentations. The game is very much color and cute; the Prince looks to be made of various shapes while in the few cutscenes we get, the characters are all blocky; which is quite humorous.
As most fans of musuo style games can agree, there is one glaring issue with Age of Calamity, and that is the issues with framerate. Look, it is understandable that a game with an active battlefield can run into problems. When I found myself fighting against smaller groups of enemies, I would not have any issues whatsoever.