Review: Rhythm Paradise Megamix (3DS)

If you’re after a fantastic game loaded to the brim with heaps of funny, exciting and entertaining rhythm mini games, then look no further. Rhythm Paradise Megamix is here and has you covered. The latest entry into the successful rhythm series from Nintendo SPD is the fourth game in the Rhythm Heaven series and is chock loaded with heaps of interesting scenarios and more importantly, great music! … Continue reading Review: Rhythm Paradise Megamix (3DS)

Review – Dragon Quest VII Fragments Of The Forgotten Past (3DS)

Dragon Quest is a series with a rich history in Japan and a much loved fan favourite from Square Enix around the world. The latest entry to hit Nintendo’s 3DS is Dragon Quest VII Fragments Of The Forgotten Past which started off as a Playstation title back in 2000. Straight up I’ll confess and say that I’m having a hard time settling into this game. … Continue reading Review – Dragon Quest VII Fragments Of The Forgotten Past (3DS)

Review – Monster Hunter Generations (3DS)

I’ve been playing Monster Hunter since the days of the Sony PSP and yet I’ve never being able to finish a single game in the series or even come close. I think it’s because I get frustrated with the difficulty curve and just end up giving up. I do really love the series but I think I’m more in love with what the series represents: … Continue reading Review – Monster Hunter Generations (3DS)

Review – Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE (Wii U)

Idols, J-Pop, Mirage Masters and Japanese locales, this game is on the fast track to becoming my favourite Wii U game so far. Let me tell you why. Developer Atlus have crafted something really special in Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, splicing and skilfully blending two fan favourite series’ with Shin Megami Tensei and Fire Emblem. The end result is something that shouldn’t work as well as … Continue reading Review – Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE (Wii U)

Mana Bar Melbourne Review

Ok, so I sacrificed my Saturday morning sleep in, woke up early and left for Brunswick St, Fitzroy for the opening of the Mana Bar, the popular video game themed bar that’s carried over from Brisbane onto our Melbourne shores. So I went, I queued up, what did I think? Read on below. Finding the venue was dead easy! Just look for the cosplayers, the … Continue reading Mana Bar Melbourne Review