1st Jan 15, 03:12
I look back at 2014 and run through my personal top 10 games.
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I first played “YIIK: A Postmodern RPG” a few years ago EGX and by the end of the very short demo, I was left very excited about playing in the final release.
I first played Gal Metal when it was a free to download demo on the Japanese eshop and even then, I knew this was a potentially fun title to keep my eye on.
I have never played an Ys games before so when loading up “Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana” I was not sure what to expect.
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Most JRPGs are stressful, usually the world is ending and one of your party is some sort of key or special being that either must be sacrificed, or by saving the world will sacrifice them.
Over the last few years we have seen some excellent retro sequels with Mega Man 9 & 10 being ones that spring to mind but sadly upon booting up Double Dragon 4 you will see that nothing has rea