“Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom” was released in November 2010. I started it in May 2013 and finished it in the same month. This is what I like to call one of my “for the collection” games, since it has been sitting, unopened, in one of my bookcase shelves from time I bought it, till […]
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“El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron” was released in August 2011 and I started it in August 2012. I’ll keep this write-up a bit brief since there isn’t much to say about this game. The story is a jumble of Christianity references and religious mumbo jumbo. It basically amounts to “Your dude has to beat up fallen angels in a tower […]
Mass Effect 3 was released in March earlier this year and I started it up in June. So, before I continue, there will be spoilers about the endings and whatnot, but if your reading this, you probably already know. Speaking of the ending, since that’s all you ever heard about this game in the months […]
I started Xenoblade Chronicles around mid February and finished at the end of May (then procrastinated a bit before writing this). Technically, this entry is not so late to the party since the US version of Xenoblade Chronicles came out in April, but I’m basing this off the European version I imported, which came out […]
Shadows of the Damned was released in late June of last year and I started playing it late January. Not much was said about it when it was released since EA, the publisher, basically pretended like it didn’t exist marketing-wise. Since it was made by Grasshopper Manufacturer, known for making games that usually absurd, and […]
Uncharted 3 was released in early November last year and I started it in mid January. On the whole, I enjoy playing the Uncharted games enough, but I’ve always had somewhat of a love/hate relationship with the series since the games are a prime example of the more overly hand-holding type games I’ve complained about […]
Barring a few exceptions every now and then, I’m always perpetually late on keeping up with the latest game releases. Part of the reason why is due to my out of control and steadily growing backlog. The other reason is that when I play, I prefer to go at a relatively slow pace and take […]