Debating The Enemy Might Be A Better Idea
HIGH Everything mostly works.
LOW This whole game could be the filler section of a bigger title.
WTF I am disappointed in Sgt. Will.
Cute, sweet, and to-the-point, Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure is a brand-new franchise from the minds behind such old-school classics as Ys, Popful Mail, and Brandish. Falcom clearly still has what it takes-I'd even say that their latest is my favorite Falcom effort ever, and easily one of the best PSP games available, bar none.
According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Suggestive Themes, Tobacco Reference, and Mild Fantasy Violence
Well, I certainly feel like a jackass. The first GunGrave was simple stuff, but it had a kind of low-rent charm. Its jazzy soundtrack hit all the right notes (how could you not like those blasting horns at the end of a level?), and it was amusing to send undead hero Grave into a bullet frenzy and see him spew hot lead over every inch of the screen. Besides, the cutscenes were honestly good enough to keep me playing until the end, despite the lack of pizzazz in the gameplay.
Enjoying this game requires a compulsive temperament and a perverse sense of humor.
According to the ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Crude Humor, Mature Sexual Themes, Mild Violence Parents should know that, while La Pucelle Tactics is awfully cute, it's not entirely family-friendly. Prier and her friends (human and otherwise) swear, talk to a goddess who I don't think is wearing clothes, and […]
Parents have nothing to be cautious of here. No violence, no nudity or sexual situations, and no questionable language whatsoever. Your kids will probably play this boring, shallow game for a total of seven minutes, but it will be a risk-free seven minutes, without any fear of problematic material. Music […]
Oh jeez, sorry! I must have dozed off while prepping for the review of Technic Beat. I sat down in front of my computer to do this piece, but I guess the sandman got the best of me with a little… well, with a lot of help from developer Arika. Anyway, since I'm awake…
Overdose has a whopping total of two positives going for it: the anime cutscenes are still nice (which is to be expected since the game's spawned an anime series of its own) and the main theme of the game (which returns from the first title) still kicks butt. It's a shame that such a badass theme is wasted on such a mediocre title.
According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence