Tatsuya is a student at the Seven Sisters High School. A lone wolf by nature, Tatsuya exudes that cool demeanor that makes him popular with the ladies and admired by the gents. While trying to get his motorbike to start one evening after class, Tatsuya begins hearing a voice in his head. “Thou art I and I . . . → Read More: The Digital Matrix Review: Shin Megami Tensei Persona 2: Innocent Sin
Have you ever wanted to be a secret agent? Deus Ex: Human Revolution gives you the chance to play as Adam Jensen, an ex-swat member for the Detroip Police Department. After leaving the department for personal reasons, you have been hired as the lead security officer for a leading bio-tech company. One of the scientists has . . . → Read More: The Digital Matrix Review: Deus Ex-Human Revolution
Vincent is trapped in a nightmare. His girlfriend, Katherine, is pressing him into marriage. His situation becomes more desperate when he wakes in bed with another woman whom is also named Catherine. If that wasn’t enough, a series of strange murders are happening every night and it looks like Vincent could be next. Life, love, and death. . . . → Read More: The Digital Matrix Review: Catherine
Above the world of Agarest, the gods of light and dark waged war upon one another. Fearing their power would destroy the very world they fought for, a compromise was made. Funneling their powers to mortal agents living on Agarest, the war of light and dark continues on.
1.Graphics(Good)-What can I say. The graphics are just as . . . → Read More: The Digital Matrix Review: Record Of Agarest War: Zero
It’s a long time before the new Elder Scrolls comes out, but fret not. Atlus and Larian Studios is here to save the day with a little hack and slash RPG action to fill the void. Divinity 2- Ego Draconis (review here) has been overhauled and expanded in the Dragon Knight Saga. It’s a game I suggest . . . → Read More: The Digital Matrix (P)review: Divinity 2-The Dragon Knight Saga
For those of you whom didnt know, Front Mission Evolved is a fast paced third person shoot/mech combat action game with online, mech customization, that takes the series in a new direction
1.Graphics(Great)- The detail put into the mechs make them all look stunning. Every weapon looks like it could exist in real life. The only thing the . . . → Read More: The Digital Matrix Review: Front Mission Evolved
Welcome to Vegas, New Vegas. As you battle your way across the heat-blasted Mojave Wastelands to the neon drenched Vegas Strip, you’ll be introduced to a colorful cast of characters, factions, special weapons, mutated creatures and much more. Choose sides in the upcoming war or declare “winner takes all” in the follow up to the 2008 Video Game of the year, Fallout 3.
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Dorian “The Commodore” Dickens runs the ‘Dickens Detective Agency, ‘ a family business that solves mysteries the old-fashioned way. As the old man thinks about retiring and naming one of his children or relatives as the head of the Agency, his old arch-nemesis Mr. Valentine appears and kidnaps his wife Olivia. Can the Dickens family persevere and foil Mr. Valentine’s efforts once more?
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L’Arc is a mercenary for the Miridian Empire, a pupil under a legendary swordmaster, and the best friend of Prince Alfonze. During a mission to eliminate a flight of feldragons, L’Arc is saved by a mysterious foreign girl named Ryfia. Strangeness crops up around this priestess, and soon L’Arc is told he’s a “Child of Eesa” and able to command mighty monsters, called Rogress. Will he figure out how to use his powers in time to defeat the mysterious villains who destroyed Ryfia’s home?
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Final Fantasy XIV is the true successor of Final Fantasy XI. All of what Final Fantasy XI was has been enhanced and compiled into a new entity in the Final Fantasy Universe that fans of the series of its MMORPG will embrace lovingly. Unfortunately, the odd feeling and slow paced game play that still exists for . . . → Read More: The Digital Matrix Review: Final Fantasy XIV