Ah, Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The latest installment in the Zelda series opens up the world of Hyrule unlike any game before it, quite frankly Hyrule has never looked better. In Breath of the Wild you play as Link (surprise, surprise) who has been in slumber for 100 years. He wakes up, and then in reference to the first game in the series runs into an old man who gives him the rundown on life, as he has you run around the plateau in which you awoke to learn how the game works. It’s basically a disguised tutorial area that gives you the tools you’ll be using throughout the game, while not being “HEY LISTEN, DO THIS THING, TO DO THAT OTHER THING.” So you make your way around the plateau learning how the game works, on your own wit. Fantastic. Continue reading
Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X for the PS4 and PS Vita is the 10th installment of the Project Diva game series. The base game has a total of 30 songs to play. 28 of these are new to appear to the series, and 6 are medleys. As you can expect, most of the songs are performed by Miku. Continue reading
Megatagmension Blanc + Neptune vs Zombies, the newest entry in the Neptunia series is an action title akin to the Warriors series of games for the PlayStation Vita, and is pretty much the spiritual successor to Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action Unleashed, so how does it do in comparison? It took the action, and ramped it up by -1. This isn’t a bad thing. Continue reading
You Have Been Warned
I was looking for something to review that HASN’T been done to Death yet, and I came across this little game called Destiny, made by some developer called Bungie, seems they also made a series of games called Halo, where you play as a Master Chef, and your goal is to fry fish that you catch in flood areas, I don’t know, it sounds silly, but it must be popular since their’s a fifth one coming out soon. Enough about that though, let’s talk about Destiny, and it’s expansions. Hoo-rah.