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Fantasy Hero: Unsigned Legacy Review


Arc System Works is a developer with long standing ties to the video game industry, reaching all the way back to porting Double Dragon for the Sega Genesis in 1988. They have also worked on several well-known franchises such as the Guilty Gear series and the fighting franchise BlazBlue. Fantasy Hero: Unsigned Legacy is Arc Systems Works’ latest game, and is a dungeon crawler with a hint of Monster Hunter for the PlayStation Vita. While I have never played one of Arc System Works’ games before, I was definitely intrigued by Fantasy Hero, as it seemed like it might offer some twists in the well tread dungeon crawler genre.

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BlazBlue: Clone Phantasma Review

Fighters, Both Cute and Dangerous!

Sometimes players enjoy a lengthy, in-depth storyline that catches their attention. A game that has thousands of permutations with your choice of characters, skills, equipment, and areas to explore. Other times, players enjoy a simple game with one goal: fight enemies. Blazeblue: Clone Phantasma is one of those games that you can pick up and easily beat the snot out of some foes, all while looking like cute figurines.

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BlazBlue: Battle Cards Coming to an iOS Device Near You

Do you ever find yourself thinking, “Y’know, I love BlazBlue, and I love card games… I wanna play a BlazBlue card game!” I honestly never did (as a fan of BlazBlue and card games), but it sounds like developer Alliance Digital Media is bringing us something we never knew we wanted! Continue reading BlazBlue: Battle Cards Coming to an iOS Device Near You

BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Review (Vita)


BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, the third major entry in the BlazBlue series, has finally arrived on the PlayStation Vita. This latest release brings with it new characters, new mechanics, and of course a new chapter in the notoriously complicated story of Ragna the Bloodedge. But do these new additions live up to the well-respected BlazBlue name? Continue reading BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Review (Vita)