dark        
 
 
Josh Tolentino blog header photo
Josh Tolentino
Fronts 595Posts 4Blogs 126Following 0Followers 108


 


Login or Sign up to post


 photo

Review: Sea of Solitude

The sea is loneliness. That's not a spoiler for Sea of Solitude, the latest effort from Berlin-based indie studio Jo-Mei, and a game that, since its announcement some years ago, has been fairly explicit about its allegorical nature, and its...

 
 
 
 photo

It's Ladies' Night in Fate/Grand Order's new story chapter

Get ready to Rayshift, masters, because after a long round of event reruns, Fate/Grand Order is back with another main story chapter. FGO's Epic of Remnant campaign continues with the second "Pseudo-Singularity" chapter, titled Su...

 
 
 from  japanator
 
 from  japanator
 photo

The new Humble Manga Bundle lets you read the show

For a self-proclaimed weeb, I don't read nearly as much manga as I think I should. Thankfully, that sad state of affairs is changing, thanks to increased accessibility and dropping costs. And if you're looking for a handful of (digital) man...

 
 
 photo

Review: Outer Wilds

I didn't even last ten minutes into my first session with Outer Wilds, the intriguing open-world adventure game from Annapurna Interactive and Mobius Digital. A freshly minted astronaut from the tiny world of Timber Hearth, I took a bit too...

 
 
 from  japanator
 photo

Review: Zanki Zero: Last Beginning

"What will you do after the end of the world?" This might be the most answered question in contemporary game history, so rife is the medium with stories set after the collapse of civilization as we know it. Beyond being a convenient escape ...

 
 
 
 photo

Review: Anno 1800

I've never understood math. I was terrible at it in school - I had to take remedial summer math classes before I could be admitted into my high school - and ever since I've either shied away from any pastime involving calculation, or when i...

 
 
 photo

Review in Progress: Anno 1800

A confession: In my entire life, I have never played a single Anno game.  Oh sure, I am, at least, aware of the Anno series. The long-running strategy franchise is terrifically influential to many PC gamers, and it's hard not ...

 
 
 from  japanator
 
 from  japanator
 photo

Review: The Caligula Effect: Overdose

The last time The Caligula Effect was considered a new game release, things didn't exactly go well for it.  But a rather mixed reception didn't stop FuRyu and Aquria from sticking with the brand, and the game is now back, remade for mo...

 
 
 from  japanator
 photo

Fate/Grand Order VR available free in English on PS VR

Fate/Grand Order just recently debuted a new addition its story with the opening of the Epic of Remnant expansion the other day, but that doesn't mean people with the wisdom not to play the game are left out in the cold. Aniplex h...

 
 
 from  japanator
 
 from  japanator
 photo

Review: God Eater 3

Sometimes it's good to be in second place. That's been the case with God Eater, Bandai Namco's would-be challenger to Capcom’s juggernaut Monster Hunter series. Though it never quite left Monster Hunter’s long shadow, God Eate...

 
 
 photo

Review in Progress: God Eater 3

Given that I'm not even a couple days worth of play into a hunting game others dump hundreds of hours into mastering, I feel it's a little bit early for me to be saying if God Eater 3 is worth picking up. That said, from these limited ...

 
 
 from  japanator
 photo

Review: Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition

A couple of weeks ago I speculated in my early impressions that Tales of Vesperia - now available once again in English after nearly a decade mired in a past of Xbox 360 exclusivity and held by a publisher seemingly cold on the idea of...

 
 
 from  japanator
 photo

Fate/Grand Order celebrates five million downloads

It will never not be a little weird to me to realize how popular the Fate franchise is, but the truth can't be denied: It's up there. Practically a household name among the nerdy and loaded enough to buy building-sized ads to put up ou...

 
 
 photo

Review: Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown

I won't bury the lede here. Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is a fantastic Ace Combat game. If any part of the pre-launch hype appealed to you, or if you played and enjoyed one of the previous numbered Ace Combat games, you owe it to ...

 
 
 
 photo

Catch up on Ace Combat with these... screenplays?

You know what I love most about the Ace Combat franchise? It's not the fighter jets or the flight-simming (though those are cool, too), but oddly enough, the stories. Ever since I came on board the series with Ace Combat 4: Shattered S...

 
 
 photo

Sorry folks, RPG Maker MV is delayed on console

I'm no game developer, but trying my hand at the process has always been an idle fantasy of mine, making the likes of RPG Maker, the venerable series of self-contained development tools, a thing to keep my eye on. That makes the latest news...

 
 
 
 from  japanator
 
 from  japanator
 photo

Fate/Grand Order gears up its final chapter next week

Fate/Grand Order's big Christmas event was a silly, generous diversion from the game's usually serious story about restoring human history with the help of the ghosts of heroes from across time and space, but now this train ain't stopping u...

 
 


About Josh Tolentinoone of us since 9:23 PM on 02.07.2007

When not posting about Japanese games or Star Trek, Josh serves as Managing Editor for Japanator, Dtoid's sister site for the best in anime, manga, and cool news from Glorious Nippon.

Disclosures:
Crowdfunded games backed:
Republique
Pillars of Eternity
Star Citizen
Xbox LIVE:unangbangkay
PSN ID:unangbangkay
Steam ID:unangbangkay
BattleNET:unangbangkay
Mii code:6258-3610-4242-3684


 

Around the Community

Featured

Posts

Blogs

Support

 
NEXT