Ranking Smash Ultimate’s Second Wave of DLC Fighters

Well, people, it finally happened. We can now say for certain that everyone is here.  We’ve had quite a journey with this second wave of Smash DLC fighters. It all began as a bit of good news in January 2020 that we would get six more fighters, and then it kicked off for real in … Continue reading Ranking Smash Ultimate’s Second Wave of DLC Fighters

The World Ends With You Review: The Coolest RPG You May Never Play

The World Ends With You is an action RPG developed and published by Square Enix. It was released for the Nintendo DS in 2007. A port / remake for iOS called the Solo Remix was released in 2012 and for Android devices in 2014. A final release with an epilogue and remixed soundtracks entitled The … Continue reading The World Ends With You Review: The Coolest RPG You May Never Play

Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive JRPG Golden Age

Dragon Quest XI is a JRPG developed and published by Square Enix. It released for the PS4 and PC in September 2018 and on the Nintendo Switch in September of 2019. It costs $60. This is my review of the Switch version. You could call Dragon Quest XI a coelacanth, or a crocodile, or a … Continue reading Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive JRPG Golden Age

New to JRPGs? Try the Demo for Dragon Quest XI S

Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age is a JRPG developed by Square Enix and published by Nintendo. Square Enix had released the PS4 and PC versions last year, but the Nintendo Switch version will release on September 27th, with added content and features. This is my review of the demo on Switch. … Continue reading New to JRPGs? Try the Demo for Dragon Quest XI S

The SNES Classic: Pre-rendered Roads, Take Me Home…

Through an adventitious turn of events, I ended up with a SNES Classic that I was not anticipating just a few weeks ago. Aren't the holidays great?! It's now sitting happily in front of our TV, next to the Switch dock and the Wii. It's so tiny!! The Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis are loaded … Continue reading The SNES Classic: Pre-rendered Roads, Take Me Home…