Pokemon Sun And Moon Review - The Old School Game Vault

In the 20 odd years since the lovable critters of the Pokemon Universe took the world by storm, the franchise has been adapted into several kinds of media. As would befit a franchise this popular, there have been a ton of Pokemon games over the years. Some of them have been great and inspired fan frenzy, while other shave tried and failed to garner player interest. However, Pokemon Sun and Moon Is a fine return to form for the series and a great reminder of what made the franchise so popular in the first place. Balancing combat, exploration and RPG elements expertly, Sun and Moon is a fun, challenging adventure that will be enjoyable for returning fans and new players alike. The GamePlay: The most noticeable change in Sun and Moon is the setting. The Island of Alola is a treasure trove of varied combat and puzzle challenges that usually lead to...

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Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor Review - Nintendo DS

No, it’s not some Japanese reality show; Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor (hereafter referred to as SMT: DS for love of convenience) is a great addition to Atlus’s Shin Megami Tensei family of RPGs. Which we have written about how fun Persona games can be, especially if you have not played any before.  So let's begin our review of the Devil Survivor True to the legacy of its kin, however, it features myriad demons that have been lovingly adopted from cultures and mythologies the world over. Ah, demons. Bridging cultural gaps and bringing the world together since time immemorial. The Story: Such a rich ensemble of demons deserves an interesting setting to back it up. Fortunately, SMT: DS definitely delivers on that front. The story is a clash between the amenities and culture of modern-day Tokyo and the timeless struggle between gods, demons, and those eternal in-betweeners, humans. Mythological mayhem abounds...

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