Though the Fate series may not be the cash cow that other anime series are in the United States, it certainly has enough appeal in Japan to greenlight practically any type of title it damn well pleases. Enter Fate/EXTELLA, a hack-and-slasher by Marvelous; unfortunately, like many other anime-based titles, it falls short and fails where other original IPs succeed.
Spin-offs are often money-grabs that fail to capture the magic of the original, though fans will still undoubtedly flock to it as they would any other entry into the primary franchise. Exceptions to this do exist, but Valkryia Revolution is not one of them.
Laser Disco Defenders is vibrant, colorful and provides a type of masochistic pleasure only caused by a barrage lasers to the face. With perpetually ricocheting beams to dodge and avoid, players must maintain accuracy, speed, and awareness to survive their self-inflicted bullet hell.
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After the release of One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3, I have been absolutely spoiled and expect nothing from greatness from Japanese PC ports. Well, some would say spoiled, but I really think it should be the norm. After all, why should an entire platform suffer? In comes Samurai Warriors 4-II, which is also developed by Omega Force, though published through Koei …