The turn around from the PS Vita release was pretty quick, but is the port an upgrade?
Don’t spend too much time admiring the robot waifus or you will be Swiss cheese.
My list is finally complete, recapping previous entries and crowning the one to rule them all.
The number 2 game on my list makes this one of my favorite games of all time, and almost ties the number one.
The Star Wars comparisons are a little overblown, but the Hero’s Journey is strong with this one.
An era of Final Fantasy games that will always remain close to my heart.
The final part of the game’s review, and putting a score on it.
The PS Vita is getting a lot of love, and there is a slew of Black Friday sales going on all week.
A strange melding of two different franchises created a true classic and popularized a new genre.
This is a fighting game, but it’s large enough that I will need to split up the review into two parts.
The series swan song of an amazing game developer, and my favorite entry for a console era of Final Fantasy.
The last direct sequel on my list makes it my favorite of that specific delineation, and they definitely brought the fun.
They listened to their fans and their backers in order to make Volume 2 even better.
Several interesting new indie games come out this week, but look at those amazing sales. My poor wallet.
The base idea was interesting, the execution of that idea was stellar.
For this top 10 spot I have the sequel to a game that improved upon it’s predecessor.
The castle is even creepier if you let your imagination run wild about human sized insects.
There is just no bad games from here on out, and this one has a glorious new edition.
This game was a bit controversial on release, but the main relationship in the story has it’s fans, including me.
The game is gorgeous, but don’t expect an English localization.