I’ve played a few of the Dragon Quest entries (I spent a LOT of time playing with the four NES entries – called Dragon Warrior – back in the day!), and while I didn’t play a Dragon Quest game after Dragon Quest VIII released on the PlayStation 2 (which I loved), I’m glad to see that Dragon Quest XI is coming to the PlayStation family!
After some rumors popped up online during the weekend about how Final Fantasy XV would supposedly be delayed until November, Square Enix has now made it very official, giving the game a new launch date of November 29. Hajime Tabata, the game’s director, had this to say.
Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness released a few weeks ago, so why am I doing a Review Revisited so soon? It’s because my previous Star Ocean Integrity and Faithlessness – First 15 hours Impressions post was made when I was at the 2/3 mark of the game, and I wanted to do a proper review now that I finished it earlier this week.
With World of Final Fantasy releasing in around 3 months, Square Enix has announced that this very anticipated game will be getting a great looking Collector’s Edition! I was sorta expecting this, but the contents of this particular edition are something that I’m sure all collector’s will want to own.
Tokyo RPG Factory‘s first ever release I Am Setsuna is now available on PlayStation 4! I’ve been eagerly waiting for this release since it was first announced and I’m pretty amazed that a team as small as the one who made this game (they were a little less than 20 people!), completed it in a little less than 2 years.
Star Ocean Integrity and Faithlessness (that’s a long game name!) released last week, and I purchased it as soon as it got out. I haven’t finished the main campaign yet, but I’m having a blast playing it so far! Honestly, this is the type of game the deceiving Tales of Zestiria should have been when it released last year. Read below to find out why I like this game so much and why you should also play it right now!