The PC Engine and Hiho Densetsu: Chris no Boken

May 18, 2017 // Published by Stephen Keating

By Kitten Before I begin, let me first talk a bit about the platform, in general: Recently, I began diving deep into the library of the PC Engine – the Japanese version of what we know as the Turbografx-16 – a console that bombed so hard over here that it’s often considered obscure, today. The […]

The Legend of Zelda – Breath of the Wild

March 12, 2017 // Published by Stephen Keating

By Kitten Breath of the Wild is the latest entry in Nintendo’s long-running and highly revered The Legend of Zelda series, and it’s already proving itself to be the most-discussed and celebrated game of the year, this early into it. In terms of critical reception, it’s received more perfect scores than any other video game […]

Angels With Scaly Wings – Visual Novel Review

February 10, 2017 // Published by Stephen Keating

By Kitten (skip to the aside at the bottom if you’re just interested in how the game appeals to those with alternative lifestyles, identities, or sexualities) Someone bought a friend of mine this game as a gift to troll him, and after watching the trailer, we thought it was corny and might get a laugh […]

Famicom Mini-Review Showcase: Takeru/Sur-De-Wave Pt. 2

February 2, 2017 // Published by Stephen Keating

By Kitten Takeru was a small developer that only ever put two games out for the Famicom under the Sur-De-Wave label. It was founded by a small group of industry veterans who largely felt stifled by their previous employers. They went bankrupt not terribly long after formation, mostly due to their overly ambitious adventure game, […]