Good addition to the Asdivine universe

Asdivine Cross is the fourth Asdivine game to be released in the U.S. Fans of Asdivine Dios and Asdivine Menace will quickly be at home with the overall gameplay, though the plot hearkens back to Asdivine Hearts, with the Light and Shadow Deities playing a central role in the story. However, Cross is marketed as… Read more…

Awesome 3D battles system + wonderful story

Just like Revenant Dogma and Glorious Savior, this game has an awesome 3D battle system. The uniqueness from this game is its storyline about a strong friendship, The main character(Albert) always gained support by his companions (Bruno,Esther and Julia) till the end. At first they have conflict and confront each other. But in the End,… Read more…

The unlucky game that deserved a sequel

RPG Unlucky Hero (Samsung Galaxy S7) They say that Heroes; don’t wear capes (But in Jasper’s case, he does). Heroes also use swords (But in Jasper’s case, he uses a book to fight). Heroes also solve their problems and save the world by using brute force (But in Jasper’s case, He uses his wit and… Read more…

Alphadia: You gotta start somewhere

So, last year, I finally decided it was that monumental time in my life to upgrade my phone to something that people could consider modern. In doing so, the local Verizon outlet tossed in a cheap tablet for, if not free, something pretty close to that. This left me with a question: Uh, what am… Read more…

Grinsia: An exercise in mediocrity

Once upon a time, I didn’t know Kemco had turned themselves into a juggernaut, releasing low-priced mobile games on a monthly basis. But then, on one of those boring weekend afternoons, I started searching through my 3DS’ online shop and found this JRPG titled Grinsia in its “Indie” section and figured I might as well… Read more…

Symphony of Eternity: Joe Newbie vs. IBM’s Watson

Faceoff: Joe Newbie versus IBM’s Watson JN: Man, that game was kinda fun, but not very tough.  I breezed right through it.  All the treasures were in visible chests, I skipped talking to the NPCs, and the entire game was a simple linear progression with no chance to get lost.  W: It took me 6,351.2… Read more…

Illusion of Alphadia Genesis

Illusion of l’Phalcia (Samsung Galaxy Note 2) WARNING: THE GAME IS A 102 MB DOWNLOAD DUE TO ADDITIONAL FILES  PEOPLE WITH SLOW INTERNET SHOULD EXERCISE PATIENCE OR GO TO A PUBLIC PLACE WITH WIFI TO SPEED UP THE DOWNLOAD SUCH AS MCDONALDS. Plot There is a legendary treasure created by a sage long ago called “The sword of… Read more…

Bonded by Tradition

Allrighty. Heads up to anyone that may be reading this review. It’s my first one so don’t hesitate to critique it or oppose my opinion. With that in mind, hope this review helps. BONDS OF THE SKIES REVIEW (Samsung Galaxy Note 2) Plot The game opens up with Eli, a young swordsman in the village… Read more…

Alphadia Genesis 2: Don’t Waste Your Time

Alphadia Genesis 2: The Terrible, Horrible,  No Good, Very Bad Game What follows is my review which excludes the post-post game epic battle against Enah.  This battle is one of the longest, toughest, and perhaps best battles in all the Kemco rpgs.  For me, the normal AG2 provides little entertainment and I would play it… Read more…

Elio is NOT the Typical Kemco RPG

Elio: A Fantasie of Light and Darkness is not AT ALL the typical Kemco JRPG. This in itself may turn a lot of players off; however, for what it is, it’s about as good as other games of the same type. My first impression of Elio was that it’s essentially a Brave Frontier type of… Read more…