Valkyria Chronicles 2 on PSP was the follow up to Sega’s 2007 Valkyria Chronicles. Blending turn-based strategy with real time combat the original certainly stood apart from its competition.
I am not that familiar with the third person fighting genre. It may be my own fault, a lack of commitment to learn the complex mechanics. But even with that caveat Bayonetta depressed me; proving mashing buttons was enough to reach the finale, offering no incentive to hone my skills.
This week DoFuss is off to TGS, expect plenty of articles, previews and interviews dotted around the internet. To add to this we will also be having another podcast this week from the show. Although the next podcast will lack
With Nintendo and most third party publishers focusing their sites on the ‘casual’ market few have tried targeting the more serious gaming audience on Wii. With the comparative failure of such titles and their high development costs who can blame
Famitsu recently ran an article about a recent Sega event for the release of Yakuza 3. For those who don’t know about the series it’s basically a gang land fighter, set in Japan, with RPG elements. In the West it