Almost two days ago now, (17th June) both myself and Karen went to see the game at the ACSyndicateTour in South London. Continue reading Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate preview
Bravely Default is widely considered to be a follow-up to Square Enix’s “Four Heroes of Light”, released on the DS a few years ago, and is meant to be a return to the more traditional style RPGs. However, in true Square-Enix tradition, it did have a couple of innovations…
After the enjoyment I had from the first two Harry Potter games on the handheld, it was yet to be seen if I was going to enjoy the first GBA outing for the series that I experienced… Continue reading Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (GBA)
Fantasy Life is a relatively new concept for Level-5, who are of the Professor Layton series fame. Fantasy Life is a game where you choose a “Life”, chosen from a crafting, gathering or combat job, and you can then play through the game. However, in difference to many other games with a job system, you can switch your chosen Life almost at will. This made for a rather interesting experience…
Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire are the updated remakes of the original Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire on the GBA, with a bit of extra content thrown in for good measure. The question was, however, were these remakes a gem, like the originals, or not?
After my earlier look this week at the Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire OST, I decided to take a look at one of the older generations, and with the Second Generation being my favourite set of games, I thought it was time to head back to the Gameboy Color days…
With the UK release of Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire coming this Friday, I thought in preparation I would take a look over the original games’ soundtrack, and see if I could pick out my ten favourite tracks from the game.
Set during the second French Revolution in the 1700s, you play as an orphaned assassin, who is tasked with killing a number of high profile Templars.
Well, I’ve already had to force myself through the uhh, thing that was the Sims 2 for the GBA. Surely the DS version had to be an improvement on that game? Surely. Continue reading The Sims 2 (DS)
This was one of the last games to be released for the Gameboy Colour. It was lucky it was, because at least the GBC went out on a good game. This was the follow-up to the previous year’s release of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, and built on what the last did fairly well.