Catherine’s puzzle sections are still as fun as ever thanks to some clever additions. On the other hand, the dialogue and characterizations have not aged as well.
Odin Sphere was a late era PlayStation 2 game that saw incredibly positive reviews and have since garnered a faithful following as a cult classic. Unfortunately, due to how close it came out to new and more powerful hardware, it didn’t get the same public awareness as the titles coming out at the time for PlayStation […]
First rule of storytelling: Is this the most interesting part of your protagonist’s life? If it isn’t, why aren’t you showing us that? Persona 4 way back in 2008 was a fairly fresh RPG with an eclectic and timeless cast. Then Atlus followed up a few years later with Arena and its fantastic sequel, and […]
Accessibility has become something of a dirty word these days. Instead of being welcomed, it’s met with scorn as fears of “dumbing down” spread. For fighting games especially, a genre built upon layers and layers of depth and complexity, where even the slightest change could upset the balance of the game, it’s a justified concern. […]
Entertainium Extra is our weekly news round-up highlighting some of the bigger, interesting, or just plain weird stories from the past week. Sega acquires Atlus Or, more specifically, their parent company Index Corporation, which filed for bankruptcy back in June. After a few months on the market, Atlus has found itself a new owner. Sega […]
Persona 4 Golden appeals to two specific groups: those with a Playstation Vita looking for a solid port and those looking for an excuse to buy a Vita despite the handheld’s somewhat bare lineup. A glorified tribute to one of the Playstation 2’s last great JRPGs, Persona 4 Golden tweaks and extends Persona 4’s mechanics […]