An enjoyable take on visual novels and other story-driven games, Where the Water Tastes Like Wine is a pleasant little game indeed.
The Yakuza series may not have gigantic open worlds, but they’re bigger and better than any sprawling map found in your typical “AAA” game these days.
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This might actually be among the worst games I’ve ever had the misery of playing.
The fact they want $24.99 for this broken ripoff is just the semen on the cake.
For all I could criticize Nintendo for, I could never begrudge it rescuing Bayonetta from the scrapheap and continuing to have faith in the series.
I’ll also happily take the excuse to play Bayonetta 2 again!
Once again the “AAA” industry thinks it has a golden goose, and once again it’s primed to bang that goose until the eggs come out filled with nothing but decaying spunk.
Metal Gear Survive is here, and it’s worse than I expected.
I thought they’d at least TRY and make it feel like Metal Gear, but instead it truly is a derivative, irritating, bog-standard survival game.
There was so much rubbish to laugh at I forgot to even mention the microtransactions!
Dynasty Warriors may be my favorite series – or at least it was – but Tecmo Koei has been taking the piss with it for years.
Much of what’s said here could have been said a long time ago, but Dynasty Warriors 9 was its last chance… and we all know how that went.
Oh, and this isn’t just about what they DID to Zhang He!