The children of video games; examples of actually likable minors.

(Just a small update today, since we missed our usual Sunday deadline) I recently had the joy of playing through Yakuza Kiwami, which would actually be the first time I completed the very first Yakuza game since I’m one of the slow-pokes that only picked up the series on Zero. While the title has issues … Continue reading The children of video games; examples of actually likable minors.

Yakuza Kiwami review (link)

This week's upload is another episode of 'Oliver gushes over the Yakuza,' this time the remake of the first game. I'm fortunate enough that the amazing crew over at Gaming Respawn let me do the review for their website, and thus comes with a lot more fancy pictures and a better summary. Due to posting … Continue reading Yakuza Kiwami review (link)

Voice acted RPGs: how role-playing is both enhanced and hindered by voice acting.

I’ve been thinking about it for a while, and I gotta admit that I’ve got a lot of respect for Larian Studios: not only did they make a shining example of a truly deep and engaging RPG when they made Divinity: Original Sin, they proceeded to somehow make an even better version of what was … Continue reading Voice acted RPGs: how role-playing is both enhanced and hindered by voice acting.

Yakuza 0 – Spoiler talk

Hey! This is the post where Oliver gushes over all the stuff he couldn’t talk about in the previously posted review (here: https://oliverculling.wordpress.com/2017/02/20/yakuza-0-review/). Be warned that its spoilers all the way down from here! So, Yakuza 0. I’m pretty sure that the review made it abundantly clear that I really like this game, and would … Continue reading Yakuza 0 – Spoiler talk