In preparation for the release of Shin Megami Tensei V on November 12th, 2021, ATLUS has released the official English Cast Trailer for the game. Let’s take a look.Continue reading
ATLUS USA has revealed all-new editions of Shin Megami Tensei V for pre-order as well as an all-new trailer of the game. Get ready to explore the landscape of Da’at as we take a look at the latest reveal.Continue reading
The Phantom Thieves are back with an all-new batch of screenshots showing off the game’s action-filled experience and a brand-new trailer showing off what to expect when the game launches on February 23rd, 2021.Continue reading
Persona 5 Strikers is set to release in February 2021 on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Pre-orders are now live on digital storefronts and at participating retailers.Continue reading
With many gaming conventions being canceled due to health and safety concerns caused by COVID-19, many developers are preparing for New Game+, a live-streamed Expo that will air starting June 23rd, 2020, live on Twitch. Here’s what to new.
Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux is a remastering of the 2009 DS classic Strange Journey, which sees new features such as story, enemies, and dungeons to explore. But the biggest question, did this Redux actually do a solid job at delivering or does it fall short in doing so? Find out with our review.
+Combat and leveling systems are sound and quite enjoyable
+The games strong narrative allows for great character development
+Difficulty scaling is rather well implemented allowing players to explore freely
-Can feel like a bit of a slog after 15-20 hours, but does redeem itself after a short bit
-Guild recruiting feels underutilized and without little cause and effect to the overall game.
It’s not often that I find myself in this odd position, my head on a pile of pillows, arms stretched before me holding a New Nintendo 3DS (check out our review here) and my charger cable hooked up to it. One of my few reasons behind it is rather odd in some ways, one’s because I’ve been sucked into Alliance Alive, but also, I still am struggling with the same boss I’ve been stuck on for nearly an hour.
Earlier this year during E3, Atlus teased that they had a new Shin Megami Tensei title in the works for the Nintendo Switch. Last month, it was also revealed that this upcoming title would be a core entry within the established series, Shin Megami Tensei V. Today, the team publisher and developer has announced the upcoming title is officially heading to the West.
+Family Appropriate Game
+Easy to learn and play
+Entertaining level of Difficulty that doesn’t frustrate players
+Video clips are satirical pieces of humour based on history.
+ Offers Offline and Online Multiplayer
+Levels, at times, can prove to be more difficult than necessary
It’s been nearly six years since we’d seen anything to do with Rock of Ages, but for our very own writer, Dustin, it was for him, an interesting take on mechanics normally seen in titles like Monkey Ball, a series we’ve come to know, and love over the years as gamers. The game was filled with the wacky weirdness of ACE Team, the minds behind games such as The Deadly Tower of Monsters, Zeno Clash, and Abyss Odyssey.