Our Review Odin sphere: while it may technically be a remaster, boy was it done properly. It wasn’t just a fancy graphic update, but the gameplay was smoothed out and it just felt so much cleaner than its original. Odin sphere was a great game to begin with, and the remaster reminded people why.
Our Review Monster hunter generations: always been a huge fan, with 500+ hours clocked on each installment. Needless to say, the latest monster hunter is going to be on this list for me. Besides, with the new styles introduced, my friend who mains a hunting horn is now officially called “the flying tuba”, and nothing will make me stop laughing whenever I see him in action.
Cyber sleuth: this was the digimon game I didn’t know I needed. The characters were hilarious and entertaining, the gameplay was solid, and I loved making a team out of all my old TV favourite digimon.
Our Review Salt and Sanctuary: always enjoyed the demon/dark souls games, and always loved 2D side scrollers. Salt and Sanctuary was a wonderful combination of both of these, with what I would consider a much better multiplayer system
Our Review Vs. Sega Hard girls: probably my favourite neptunia game so far, it was great to see IF in the spotlight. Combat felt refreshed, the quest system was interesting, the new field map commands were cool, and Neptune’s role had me falling off my couch laughing way too hard.