Crystareino: Destined to be an Instant Classic

Crystareino is one of those games that you either love it, or you hate it. Personally, I love Love LOVE it! This is one of only 3 Kemco games, that once I started playing it I literally could not put it down! (The other two are Symphony of the Origin and Justice Chronicles.) While borrowing… Read more…

Alphadia: Fun game, but image size makes dungeons impossible to navigate

This is the 3rd Kemco game I ever played, and while I enjoyed it, it was way too long and for no good reason. (Note: It’s much shorter, and better, if you use the maps in the Location Walkthrough for this game.) The dungeons were horribly complex (I had to use graph paper to map… Read more…

Alphadia 2: Infinitely better than the original!

I played Alphadia and while I really like the storyline, there were a lot of things about the original that I just didn’t like at all:   battles were too easy controls were too “clunky” dungeons were too complicated and the image size made it incredibly hard to navigate through towns and dungeons All of… Read more…

Asdivine Hearts is Truly Amazing – Ten out of Ten!

(Note: this is actually a straight cut and paste of my review for the game on Amazon. It’s been a LONG time since I played this one so I’m a bit fuzzy on some details, but this review still stands.) After playing Dead Dragons, Dark Gate, and Fortuna Magus, I was starting to think all… Read more…

Asdivine Dios: Great story, all around fun game

Asdivine Dios is the second installment in the Asdivine series. But, it’s not exactly a sequel to Asdivine Hearts – none of the same characters are involved, and Dios has a whole new storyline that has nothing to do with the story in Hearts. (The only thing the games really have in common is they… Read more…