Review | Lost Dimension

by Adam Larckon September 4, 2015
The first choice in Lost Dimension is fairly easy. Soon, though, all it takes is one wrong accusation to destroy everything you’ve worked for. The strategy RPG title by Lancarse gives you all your teammates at once. Tells you to get to know them, find out their strengths and weaknesses and even forms bonds. To […]
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Review | Mionix Castor

by Charlie Grammeron September 3, 2015
Recently I had a chance to check out a new mouse known as the Mionix Castor. Mionix is a new brand in the local market, with the products having been designed in Sweden with a simple goal: Create the most ergonomic and best performing products available. The first thing I noticed upon opening the box it […]

Review | Amnesia: Memories

by Charlie Grammeron September 1, 2015
Visual novels and dating sims are on the rise on both PC and handhelds, and Amnesia: Memories holds the distinct honor of being the first major otome (game focued on a female protagonist finding a romanitic partner) title to release on both PlayStation Vita and Steam. It also holds the honor of being Idea Factory’s […]


Review | 1849: Gold Edition

by Charlie Grammeron August 29, 2015
Last year we checked out the game 1849, a city builder that takes place during the Gold Rush that tasks you with developing and sustaining several California cities. Now, with the recent release of 1849: Gold Edition, we’ll check out the expansion and new Epilogue. Since we have already reviewed the base game, this review […]
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Review | Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls

by Charlie Grammeron August 29, 2015
Spike Chunsoft and Nippon Ichi Software have recently released another entry in their popular Danganronpa series, known as Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls. Unlike previous games, however, this isn’t a visual novel, but is a third-person shooter. Will the change from visual novel to city under assault by the beloved mascot, Monokuma, be well […]

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Review | Evoland 2

by Charlie Grammeron August 27, 2015
We were recently lucky enough to check out Evoland II: A Slight Case of Spacetime Continuum Disorder, and were impressed in our preview last month, but impressions can quickly turn sour. Will Evoland II manage to keep the same favorable impression that we had initially, or will it wear as it goes on. Read on […]

Review | Mega Man Legacy Collection

by Adam Larckon August 27, 2015
Mega Man Legacy Collection is an odd title for me, at least in name. After Mega Man Anniversary Collection featured the first eight games, plus Power Battle and Power Fighters, I figured the Legacy Collection would feature the same, plus the two latest digital titles at least. Instead, it has the six original NES games, […]
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Gaming with Killatia Fairy Fencer F

by killatiaon August 22, 2015
Today on Gaming With Killatia we take a look at the RPG Fairy Fencer F. Originally released on the PS3 in 2014, it was published recently on Steam in August 2015 with a PS4 verison coming sometime later this year. Youtube Channel: Facebook: Twitter: Patreon: Website:

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Review | Fairy Fencer F (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron August 16, 2015
Today we’ll be taking a look at the PC port of Fairy Fencer F, an RPG that was originally released on the PlayStation 3 back in 2013. Developed by Compile Heart’s Galapagos RPG brand and published by Idea Factory, fans of their previous titles, such as the popular Hyperdimension series, are sure to have high hopes.   Story […]
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Review | AR-K: The Great Escape

by Charlie Grammeron August 7, 2015
Recently I was given the chance to check out AR-K: The Great Escape. This game is the third episode in a series of games by Gato Salaje S.L, and has Alicia returning as the main character. Since this is the third in the series, we will, unfortunately be making a bit of a spoiler of […]

Review | Corsair Strafe mechanical keyboard

by Charlie Grammeron August 5, 2015
Corsair has unleashed the Corsair Strafe keyboard at a MSRP of $110. This keyboard is a bit smaller than the average gaming keyboard, as well as Corsair’s own Gaming K70 RGB keyboard, measuring in at 17.6 x 6.7 inches (the K70 measures at 18.6 x 8.3 inches), and has made a few sacrifices to reach […]