As a fan of Japanese style role playing games, I have been more than a little disappointed with the offerings of our soon to be last gen. So what do you do when there are no good rpgs to play? You look for obscure retro rpgs, duh. Today we are taking a look at a classic role playing game that answers the question, what do you get when you combined early PC and Japanese console rpgs? Can the offspring of such a sorted affair possibly yield a good game? Let's find out in my review of Septerra Core.
I'm Joris, but you can call me Skate because it's easier to prenounce. I'm working on a new book and wanted to know what you would think about it and what you would add to it because it's dedecated to the gamers (Yeah I mean you, you dummy) It's called "Isuzu's Lifestyle" and is completely in anime style.
I have always loved japanese rpg's and i look back fondly on my time spent playing them as a kid, but little did i know, there were tons of incredible rpg's being released in the land of the rising sun. Most of these games would never see an american release and this is the subject of the first episode of Talking Points. I have Found three important elements that keeps japanese developers from exporting there treasure trove of role playing games. what are they? well i guess you'll have to watch and find out.