Yakuza 0 is one of the few games to aim high and knock everything out of the park. A prequel to the Yakuza franchise, it introduces Kiryu Kazuma and Majima Goro 17 years before the main events of the first game. Their individual stories start with no clear connection – Kiryu is accused of murder on a vital plot of land in Tokyo while Majima is working his way back into the Shimano family in Osaka. But as the finale approaches, the thread holding everything together becomes apparent, bringing both stories on a collision course.
Hello! A while back I did a text review of this show, but because of a lot of things at that time, I wasn’t very happy with it. So, I revisited it for a video. Please enjoy! (and watch the show, it’s good!)
Originally released in 2006, Final Fantasy XII quickly became one of my favorite games once I got around to playing it. It was beautiful, fun, and had plenty to dig in to. This year, the Zodiac Age remaster presented a spiffed-up version of the game, combining the best of the Japan-only “International Zodiac Job System” (IZJS) version with plenty of new improvements.
Hello! I created a video version of my Taking Out The Trash series of posts. There isn’t any overlap between this video and past posts, so please give it a watch if you’re interested. Thanks for stopping by!
NieR:Automata is worth your time and money. Play it. Become as gods.
This is going to include my thoughts on the fourth and final movie in the series, and the series as a whole. There will be spoilers.
As an effort to get everything rolling again, here’s something that should have been written up back in April but instead was thrown together yesterday. Woohoo!