Articles by James Galizio
Xenoblade Chronicles is one of my favorite games of all time.
Even among Nihon Falcom's vast catalog of games, Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection (henceforth referred to as "Zwei II") has always been a bit of a black sheep.
The Raiden series have been one of the shmup genre's most well-known franchises since the series started over 25 years ago.
Hyakki Castle, a Dungeon RPG inspired Japanese literature and art, will release on November 15th for Steam on Windows PC, publisher Happinet has announced.
Chaos;Child is a sequel to Chaos;Head, an as of yet unlocalized Visual Novel in the Science Adventure world of stories.
A while back, I reviewed the original Umihara Kawase for one of our Rewind Review Weeks.
There are numerous additions that the PlayStation 4 and PC version of Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana bring to the table, that the Vita version simply doesn't have - we've got an article coming that
XSEED Games originally released Ys Seven (the first of their Nihon Falcom translations) all the way back in 2010.