For those who’re unfamiliar, Dept. Heaven is the name given to a series of jRPG’s developed by Sting Entertainment and published by ATLUS. Games either known or unknown because of their overly complex game mechanics, They also happen to be one of my favorite game franchises ever. With the release of Gungnir, Dept. Heaven’s latest installment for the PSP, I just couldn’t help but feel nostalgic (since there was a three year gap since, Knights in the Nightmare, the last title that got a North American release)
So, I decided to review all of them (there’s four so far). The first title is Riviera: The Promise Land, the former GBA hit that got a PSP remake six years ago. The review is at YumeState.com so if you guys are interested, keep on reading here
It’s been a long while since my last Quick Look (two months I think). So, to remedy that, I chose to introduce to you guys a show with some pretty interesting “relatives”. Ever notice how TYPE-MOON works have a sort-of penchant for bladed weapons? Ever thought what it’d be like for them to try their hand at pistols and fast-paced action? Well, some would say that we recently had an answer to that in Fate/Zero’s Kiritsugu Emiya – but before he even arrived in the anime scene, we already did have the answer – that being Tsukihime’s, Kara no Kyoukai’s and the Fate series’ lesser known cousin, CANAAN.
This was totally worth marathoning six episodes.
Alas, here we are with my final update on my self-proposed Summer Checklist. Honestly, Summer just flew by in a flash (and there wasn’t even a moment where I forgot what day it was!) But as they say, time flies when you’re having fun.
And so, after two months, the results are in, and…*cue drumroll*