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Say it with SunFlowers! Take control of the Sun, grow the most beautiful flowers and offer them to your soulmate or your friends.
SunFlowers for the Playstation Vita (and iOS) is an Indie game developed by The Game Atelier. This casual game, at a budget price ($3.99), is pretty fun and could very well entertain you between bigger gaming sessions!
Agarest: Generations of War Zero (also known as Record of Agarest War Zero in the US) is a Tactical-JRPG developed by Compile Heart and Red Entertainment, and a prequel to Agarest: Generations of War that was released a few years before.
The Agarest series is known for its particular tactical gameplay, but also for including a dating sim mechanic (called Soul Breed), in which the player must raise its affinity level with the women in the party in order to marry one of them! The resulting child inherits its parents statistics and continues the story a few years later on a new generation. This game features a lengthy 70+ hour campaign and spans two generations.
Hey there JRPG fans!
If you haven’t played it yet, Star Ocean: The Last Hope International (2010) is an awesome game that can keep you entertained for a long time (or a very long time if you’re aiming for the Platinum Trophy!).
Star Ocean: The Last Hope International is the fourth entry, and the Star Ocean series prequel. This game has been developed by Square Enix and Tri-Ace and was originally released in 2009 exclusively for the Xbox 360. It has been ported with a few enhancements the following year on the PlayStation 3, as the International version.
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Have you always wanted to be a world-renowned chef, but opted for another career instead? You can finally make your wish come true with Order Up!!. In this cooking game created by SuperVillain Games, you’re playing as an ambitious chef who’s starting at the bottom of the ladder in a shack serving hamburgers and fries, who makes his or her own way up to own a world-renowned restaurant.
Order Up!! has been out since 2008 on the Wii. The PlayStation 3 version (available on both the PSN and as a regular game disc) is an enhanced port of the Wii version and has a few new features: a local multiplayer mode, a new restaurant, and even 3D support!
I was reading some news on the internet right after last E3, when I stumbled on a very interesting post over at IGN about PSN Trophies. For those who can’t remember, PSN Trophies arrived in 2008 and introduced achievement-like unlocks for PS3 and PSN games. The post at the link made me realize that a few gamers — including me — have changed the way they play games ever since they appeared!
Namco Bandai’s Tales of Graces f is an HD-port of Tales of Graces, a Wii game that was released back in 2009. It features essentially the same game content with upgraded visuals, plus a complete extension (f in the game title refers to Future) called “Lineage and Legacies”.
I have to admit that I haven’t played a lot of Tales of games prior to this one; the only other I played is Tales of Symphonia for the Gamecube a few years ago, and I wasn’t really a fan of the series back then. However, after a few hours in this really cool Action-JRPG, I was really impressed by how fun this game is!
Two years ago, many gamers were deceived by the long-awaited Final Fantasy XIII. While not being singularly bad, it did not meet gamers’ high expectations for having a below-average story, and for being way too linear. I agree with those points: I initially stopped playing the game at around 2/3rd through. I finally managed to complete the game a few months later when a friend told me the end was worth seeing.
Now, back in January 2011, a sequel was announced: Final Fantasy XIII-2. Is this game any better than the original FFXIII ? Without hesitation, YES, this game is WAY better than the first one!