Eric Kelly

GAME REVIEW | Ridding The Undead Is Commonplace For "School Girl/Zombie Hunter"

Long ago, there were two series of games born from the the Simple 2000 line of games made in Japan....

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GAME REVIEW | Getting Lost in the Hyper Pixel World of "Songbringer"

There are plenty of Zelda clones out there to choose from, but few are done in an ultra-pixelated art style...

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GAME REVIEW | Technical Issues Can't Pardon Design Sins In "Absolver"

Absolver at first glance sounds like an interesting game. Play as an unknown avatar character of your own making, and go...

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GAME REVIEW | Gust Drops the Ball on Progress in "Nights of Azure" Sequel

When a game gets a sequel, one would think that it would get improvements over he first. After all when the first...

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GAME REVIEW | Finding Friends & Fiends In The "Midnight Shadows"

It's been about a year since the original Yomawari hit the Vita and PC. Now its followup Shin Yomawari has finally arrived...

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GAME REVIEW | Casting and Crafting Spells In "Mages of Mystralia"

There once was a game called Magicka, where you could mix different spells together to produce all kinds of neat...

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GAME REVIEW | China May Cry For "Hidden Dragon Legend"

Hidden Dragon Legend is a game that comes from China, which is interesting since the West rarely sees Chinese game...

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GAME REVIEW | "Trails of Cold Steel" Ports Nicely To PC

First off, before reading this, you might want to look at my actual review for The Legend of Heroes: Trails...

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GAME REVIEW | Fronting a Badass Preacher Man in the 3rd "Trails in the Sky"

Trails in the Sky finally concludes in this installment of the first arc in the Trails franchise. Thankfully it took significantly less...

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GAME REVIEW | Tales of NEETia and Otakudom in "Akiba's Beat"

While Akiba's Trip came and went, it really didn't take itself seriously as an RPG. The idea was to strip...

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