Disgaea 5: A Review

Disgaea 5 is the penultimate Disgaea game. If you have played and enjoyed any of the previous installments, there is absolutely no reason not to pick up this particular version. It greatly improves upon long-standing mechanics while at the same time adding heaps of new functionality and systems that are guaranteed to make the grind even more addicting than it ever was before (and that’s saying something). Disgaea 5 is one of the few games on the market that you can quite literally sink hundreds of hours into playing, and thus one of the biggest bang-per-buck investments out there. But that all depends on what type of person you are, and where your interests lie… And to find that out, you might as well read on, dood.

Collar x Malice: A Review

Collar x Malice is one of the more original Otome games I’ve played, featuring a more realistically paced story and interesting, mold-breaking characters. The artwork is incredibly high quality, the soundtrack is fittingly woven into each scene, and the voice acting is absolutely superb. As far as Otome games go – and perhaps even as far as Visual Novels go in general – Collar x Malice holds it own somewhere around the top.

Recommended Manga Guide Vol. 1

I often feel overwhelmed by the sheer amount of Manga available on the international market, spanning countries and languages and crossing the expanse of the internet to reach the english-speaking world. I have read a lotĀ of it – more than I care to count or even consider – but there have only been comparatively few…

Atelier Sophie: A Review

Too Long; Won’t Read If you’re new to the Atelier series and looking for a good place to begin, look no further – Atelier Sophie has everything you need wrapped neatly into one package, with quirky characters and a light-hearted story that doesn’t go too deep down the niche rabbit hole. It is perhaps one…

The Atelier Series: An Overview

Welcome! This post is meant to provide a clear and concise overview of the various installments included in the Atelier universe from as far back as the PlayStation 2 era. I have played each and every one of them, and I can honestly say that every game in the series is worth playing – especially…