Tag Archives: Koei Tecmo
A new journey awaits this month – well, technically several new journeys, I guess, since I do have an honourable mention or two. March actually has a handful of games that I have my eye on, but for now I’ll … Continue reading
Here we are in the middle of November, at the time of writing, so it seems like a pretty good time to reveal my Game of the Month – the penultimate one of 2021, even. I also have a few … Continue reading
Seems there’s quite a number of games being released in February that I have got my eye on. Even so, the main game I’ll be highlighting here is one that I may have mentioned before on this blog. Before I … Continue reading
As of today, 29/1/2021, Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy has now launched on all platforms in all regions. I think. I mean, I know the Steam release came before the (European) console release, as I opted … Continue reading
The game I want to highlight this month is a crossover title. It delves into the past of a certain Nintendo game, showing us events that transpired 100 years prior. I also have a couple of honourable mentions, too.
Gust and Koei Tecmo have developed and released a game based on Hiro Mashima’s FAIRY TAIL manga, and I decided I would pre-order the Guild Box edition of the game a few months ago. Now it is July 30th, and … Continue reading
This month, there are two games in particular that I want to highlight. There’s also one that was supposed to be released last month, but had its European release delayed for some reason or other.
The game that I have decided to feature here this month is one that I have technically featured twice before over previous years. It is a crossover between Nintendo and Koei Tecmo franchises. This particular title has appeared on both … Continue reading
The Atelier franchise celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Despite being around for so long, I’ve never actually touched a game in the series. Until now, that is. As you can see from the title, I got myself the Limited … Continue reading
A little while back, I put up a post featuring the unboxing of the Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon Limited Edition. Whilst I liked the various items included in the Limited Edition, what about my thoughts … Continue reading