Think all turn-based JRPGs are the same? Here are 10 that beg to differ.
There’s something very special about the process of old-fashioned, frame-by-frame, 2D animation. In the old days, the only way to get your animated character to wave his or her arm was to spend hours upon hours painstakingly crafting each frame and constantly readjusting your work to make sure everything flowed correctly. Now you just set a couple of keyframes and let a computer do it all for you.
Look, we don’t judge. Sometimes there is no substitute for the kind of entertainment that only the Land of the Rising Sun can offer, and we’d all be lying if we said that robots, attractive big-busted women, and explosions didn’t appeal to the 13-year old in all of us.
Juggles and jiggles. These two words sum up the stand-out elements of ridiculously-named Super Robot Taisen Original Generation Saga: Endless Frontier, although the “Original Generation” is abbreviated as “OG” on the box cover in a futile attempt to shorten the stream of word-absurdity, or possibly make an RPG about anime blow-up sex-doll robots sound gangsta.