The sequel to 2006′s incredible and beautiful Ōkami, Ōkamiden has some of the best art style on the DS that I’ve seen to date, and is a solid action adventure game. The ability to activate the Celestial Brush skill, to affect changes in the game world, by simply drawing on the screen feels more natural … Continue Reading →
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In what seems like a retro move, Nintendo is releasing Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation, a game that was first introduced 15 years ago (but only in Japan) on the Super NES system. And it feels like catching up with an old friend. The core gameplay itself is a true classc RPG; turn-based, dungeon … Continue Reading →