I was all set to pick Paper Mario: Color Splash this week. I’ve even pre-ordered the game. It will be in my living room this Friday. My kids may have finished it before I even get home from work.
Then I saw Aragami, which is, contrary to it’s name, not a paper-folding simulation for pirates, but a stealth action game where you play an undead assassin with the power to control shadows.
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Chris asked me to write about my pick for the upcoming week, but I've been a bit under the weather. I've been tired, coughing a lot, not really feeling like playing my 3DS games … .
Wait. Could this be the work of a yo-kai? I might need to break out my Yo-kai Watch and fight the mischievous spirits who make life difficult. Good thing Yo-kai Watch 2 is coming soon.
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Next year marks the 25th anniversary of the Shin Megami Tensei series, and it says a lot about the pace at which these games release that getting a new one just three years after Shin Megami Tensei IV feels sudden. There was a nine-year gap between Shin Megami Tensei II and Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturn. There were ten years between Nocturne and Shin Megami Tensei IV.
Please allow me to introduce myself,
I’m a man of wealth and taste.
I’ve been around for long, long years,
Shot many a man in the face.
I was around when Ultor came
To lay Steelport to waste.
Made damn sure the Boss had
An attack chopper to seal their fate.
Pleased to meet you, won’t you guess my name?