Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark

Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark

If I had to pick a game type I’ve spent most of my life playing, it would be RPGs. Specifically though, I would say the Tactical RPG subset is the one I have played most. Final Fantasy Tactics Advance was such an amazing game that even today many Tactical RPGs fail to live up to it’s shining example. It is the quintessential game, one that it would take a powerhouse game to beat.

Enter Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark

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AER: Memories of Old

AER: Memories of Old

Minimalism is a hard concept to translate into a video game. While meaningful and able to express a feeling of loneliness, it has the unfortunate effect to come across as lazy or empty to some players. (They are missing the big picture, but we’ll get to that.) Shadow of the...

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The Great Perhaps

The Great Perhaps

Caligari Games showed off a side-scrolling puzzle game at PAX East 2019, a small dev team from Russia eager to impress players. The game has since released and it is as atmospherically satisfying as I remember. I have a soft spot for indie games, but one that uses hand-drawn graphics?...

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Kingdom Hearts 3 Review

Kingdom Hearts 3 Review

The date was September 17th, 2002. Squaresoft and Disney released their collaboration game that kicked off a franchise; Kingdom Hearts. 2 and a half years later in March 2006, their true sequel Kingdom Hearts 2 was released, and now almost 13 years later we finally have what we have been...

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Cards + Games = Happy Place — A Commentary on Slay the Spire

Cards + Games = Happy Place — A Commentary on Slay the Spire

I’d like to start this by saying that I have been playing Slay the Spire in its Beta stages before being fully released for about a year now, so it is about damn time for this review. Since I started playing, after being suggested to try the game by a...

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Suiting Up in Anthem – Demo Review

Suiting Up in Anthem – Demo Review

Any pre-order holders or specially selected individuals got a chance this past weekend to take a crack at the demo EA has for Anthem, their entry into the world of games akin to Division, Destiny, and Warframe, among others. (I specify because I’m aware that Bioware has made shooters, though...

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Azazel Actually Writes A Real Article For Once

Azazel Actually Writes A Real Article For Once

So once upon a time there was a game called Gotcha Force. The story is trash. The graphics were average at best for a GameCube game. It tanked in its critical reception. The voice acting consists of a character that says “UMMMMMMMMM.” (That’s it, that’s the only voice acted line...

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A New Direction for NETV

Hey readers, After weeks of tense negations and water-balloon fights to determine who is alpha in our video-game-news-casting pack, Josh has officially reasserted his dominance. Josh will remain in charge (which is too bad because I was really rooting for Harry the Water-Balloon Throwing Seal, I really think having him...

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So normally I’m all about the tea and crumpets. But in this game that’s all you ever get to eat. It’s just tea and crumpets. Every day. For your whole life. Now if my food analogy has got your mouth watering and your “I don’t understand what this review is about.”...

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Omega Ruby//Alpha Saphire Demo Review

In honor of the highly anticipated release of Pokemon: Alpha Sapphire and Pokemon: Omega Ruby, your friends at NETV have written out a very special review of the games’ demo so you can get a sneak peak at the features of the new games!

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