Was yesteryear too difficult on this challenging duology?
Is void tRrLM(); //Void Terrarium the Frankenstein's monster of NIS’s greatest strengths?
Fifteen years and four releases ago, Atlus released a Strategy Role-Playing Game that, at the time, was unlike any other. Originally titled Disgaea: Hour of Darkness, the first game of the series introduced players to the dark settings and quirky humor that Nippon Ichi Software is known for today. While Disgaea: Hour of Darkness inspired a number of spin-offs, sequels, and spiritual successors, no...[Read More]
Since it launched last year, the Nintendo Switch has begun replacing the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita as the home of handheld Role-Playing Games. With publishers like Atlus, Koei Tecmo, and NIS America switching gears to the new Nintendo, it is only a matter of time before the Switch’s RPG library may rival even that of the DS family. Continuing a summer of enhanced RPG ports, NIS Ameri...[Read More]
From Shin Megami Tensei and Persona to Etrian Odyssey and the original Disgaea, the name Atlus has become synonymous with JRPG. With countless titles in their repertoire, Atlus has a game for just about everyone. Last generation, one of the titles to get the most attention was Dragon’s Crown. As with Odin Sphere before it, Dragon’s Crown is an Atlus published game developed by Vanillaw...[Read More]