Thursday, April 14, 2016

Senran Kagura: Estival Versus Review

Senran Kagura 2 was my 2015 game of the year.  It enhanced everything that made the original game great, refined everything and packed it full of content and polish.  It had a huge assortment of costumes and accessories to play around with, the series first playable male character, an epic story with great enemy designs and the best soundtrack in a Senran Kagura game to date.

I recommend Senran Kagura 2 to any and all Nintendo 3DS owners.  It has some room for improvement, but is still an absolute must-buy.

Such a game is a bit of a tough act to follow, so I wasn't nearly as excited for Senran Kagura: Estival Versus on the Vita, especially since it follows the more competitive aspect of Shinovi Versus.  I still got it, of course, in the Endless Summer Edition that came with a third 2-disc soundtrack, second art book and holographic cards.

That increase in content is indicative of Estival Versus itself, because it's definitely the biggest, fanciest Senran Kagura game yet.

Friday, April 1, 2016

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Review

Oh boy.  This game looks like a fun and interesting one that I would like to buy and own.  I shall go to the store and buy it to put on my shelf instead of getting it digitally, because Playstation Vita memory cards are expensive and fully-priced retail games take up several gigabytes in addition to the fact that digital distributors can take the games away at any time.  I am glad that I have a choice and the worst option is not being forced on me by a shitty, shitty company deserving of an eternity of being torn apart by flaming barbed wire on a regular basis.

That's odd.  I've gone to every store looking for the Vita version of the game, but I can't find it anywhere.

What's that?  I can't hold the game in my hand and have to suffer more wasted memory space like with J-Stars Victory Vs.?