I recently finished playing Xenoblade Chronicles (available now from the Nintendo eShop!). It was pretty damn awesome, dood. I gotta be honest, I was really freaked out during the last part of the game. 188 hours? Well, I spent most of the time listening to the BGMs, it's worth a listen even if you haven't played the game yet. I didn't want to leave Mechonis Field because the tune was just as good as Gaur Plain. Certain places gets blocked off the further you progress, but thankfully there is Ne
Admittedly, I'm not a fan of the fad of 3D remakes, but I understand that those nostalgic for pixels are in the minority. I am showing my age a bit when I say that I did play the original Dragon Quest VIII back on the original console all those years ago, but I'm still excited to see that it's coming out again on the #3DS on January 20. Not content with just rehashing an old game, there are also two new playable characters and more side quests.
Nexon's Dragon Nest was one of those games that was actually quite fun and a little different, but didn't get the love it deserved and struggled with traction. Jung Sic Park, who created that game is developing an Action RPG called #Project100 that looks pretty damned awesome AND breaks the mould even further.