Chibi maidens, ridiculously overpowered attacks and a screen exploding with gems and coins: this game has something for everyone!
A seriously kick-ass bon appétit!
NeverEnd, ironically enough, is a never-ending story of pain and anguish, but at least it doesn't feature Limahl.
Some straight up prehistoric fun that invites four players to best enjoy this anachronological adventure.
Not knowing enough about this show to make a clever tag line is painful, but the action and voice acting is pretty decent.
Side effects include great enemy design, kickass combat and a goofy plotline that still makes it one of the better brawlers I've played.
Far from being a superior technology, ROBO ARMY marches on to a short, mediocre end that might generate a little joy, but not a new fanbase.
A pretty average first iteration of the Neptunia franchise into uncharted territory.
Fire Emblem finally takes the arduous nature of chess-like combat and replaces it with high tension mob battling, and the results are supremely satisfying.