Did your favorite Digimon make the cut? Let’s find out.
Yugi and his friends’ story may have ended a decade ago, but there is still one last chapter to be told in the new animated film Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions.
While a bit time consuming, it was relatively easy for me to get the digimon I wanted in Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth. In the new game, Digimon World: Next 0rder, it’s a whole lot more complicated. Like, “get your spreadsheets ready” complicated.
Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness is set somewhere within the first eight episodes of the first season of cyberpunk dystopian anime Psycho-Pass. And it’s made me do things so messed up that it’s hard to keep playing.
What would you do if you were nine again and were the only one who had a chance to prevent a murder?
Confession time: I have never played a Star Ocean game. Luckily, with the fifth game in the series now out in Japan, now is the perfect time to correct that. And you’re all welcome to join me as I do.
...A soap opera filled with headless horsemen, impossibly strong bartenders, street gangs, magical swords, and even Russian sushi.
Imagine, if you will, a world where nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons were all rendered obsolete by nearly invincible mobile fortresses called “Objects.” Then imagine that one day, two grunt soldiers destroyed one. That’s the world of Heavy Object.
With five main games and four meaty spin-offs, the only thing surprising about Ace Attorney getting an anime is that it took this long to happen. Too bad it’s not exactly the prettiest one out there.
I’ve already talked about how I Am Setsuna’s battle system shares more than a little in common with classic JRPG Chrono Trigger. But it’s not just the battle system. Quite a number of Chrono Trigger’s techs show up remastered in I Am Setsuna as well.
What happens when the world’s greatest thief gets married? A whole lot more than he bargained for.
What could be better than mass murdering titans with swords as you fly around like Spider-Man? Doing it with three other people, of course.
Do you miss playing Squaresoft RPGs on your SNES? Then have I got the game for you: I Am Setsuna.
As the winter 2016 season comes to a close, let’s look at some of the best anime theme songs it had to offer.
Time travel murder mystery Erased is not only a hit manga in Japan but one of this season’s best anime. The new live-action movie is likewise fantastic, if you ignore its nonsensical final act.
It’s a scary moment when you realize just how dangerous the world really is, especially if your day-to-day life involves battling against giant monsters, like the teens in Digimon Tri’s second film.
Recently, Square-Enix released its new RPG I Am Setsuna in Japan. Its most interesting feature? The return of Chrono Trigger’s excellent battle system—only with a few nifty upgrades.