|80 41%||Granblue Fantasy (2014) - Apr 01, 2020|
|95 91%||Bayonetta (2009) - Jan 09, 2020
"Fun fun FUN non-stop fun from beginning to end it squeezes in fun to the last drop. The cheesy cut scenes and dialogue all add to the style, Even the basics of moving around in this game feel great and it has a wonderful learning curve that leads you into learning about dodging and witch time and into deeper aspects like dodge offset combos. Instead of putting up a boss as a wall where you're forced to "learn the game" to get passed it, this teaches you all through the game with each challenge"
|95 91%||Mana Khemia: Alchemists of Al-Revis (2007) - Jan 09, 2020
"What initially seems like a lighthearted fantasy high school anime slowly transforms into something much more complex and dark over the course of the game. The battle system is fast paced while remaining deeply tactical, forcing you to use the skills of both frontline and backline characters, constantly tagging in and out to support attacks and defences. The alchemy system is deep and the grow book makes every action in the game addictive as you earn every bonus in it."
|95 91%||Final Fantasy VII (1997) - Jan 09, 2020
"A really fleshed out world full of lore, great cast of characters and solid main story. Absolutely tons of side content including secret characters who contribute even more to the plot. The plot has a bunch of twists and turns and to fully understand it you need to fully explore the world and do optional content to get extra scenes that fill in the blanks. The satisfaction of learning something new in a hidden cutscene that you had to go out of your way to find may never exist again."
|80 41%||Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth (2015) - Jan 09, 2020|
|90 75%||Breath of Fire III (1997) - Jan 09, 2020
"The dragon gene system is really unique and fun and makes exploration so worthwhile. It starts as fairly generic fantasy but as you explore the world things unfold and the plot becomes much more interesting by the ahlfway point."
|95 91%||Alundra (1997) - Jan 09, 2020
"The titular character Alundra is a dream walker, switching between a slightly more grounded fantasy waking world and incredibly imaginative dream worlds as dungeons allows for a variety in atmospheres and some of the most creative puzzles in a game of this type."
|75 31%||Alundra 2: A New Legend Begins (1999) - Jan 09, 2020|
|80 41%||Atelier Iris 2: The Azoth of Destiny (2005) - Jan 09, 2020
"A good battle system, very similar to Grandia. Incredible soundtrack, deep alchemy system and some great quality of life ideas such as telling you how many unopened chests are left on each map make this a joy to play. Story starts off very generic but eventually unfolds to some very interesting ideas."
|85 56%||Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim (2003) - Jan 09, 2020
"Incredible soundtrack, great bosses and a decent story, slightly let down by an abundance of awkward platforming."