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Posted on Aug 2nd 2016 at 12:00:00 AM by (Disposed Hero)
Posted under Ys, Oath in Felghana, Felghana, game review, PSP, Vita, PC, Steam, GOG


The Ys name, while notorious for its confusing pronunciation, carries a lot of weight in the JRPG world.  Ys has been around since the 8-bit era, and new iterations are still being made today.  Most games in the series are critically well-received, and the series as a whole has a large cult following.  Despite all of this, I had never played a Ys game until very recently. 

My first exposure to the series was the original Ys Books I & II.  There are many different versions of the original Ys, sporting many ports and remakes across almost every console, but I played the TurboCD version, which is often considered the definitive release of the game.  What I found was a unique "old-school" RPG adventure that I highly enjoyed despite being somewhat primitive and its sometimes awkward combat system.  Ever since completing Ys Books I & II, I have wanted to dive into the rest of the series but have been confused about where to start next.  Cue Ys: The Oath in Felghana.


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Posted on Jan 21st 2016 at 08:00:00 AM by (bombatomba)
Posted under Ultima IV, Ultima, Richard Garriott, Origin Systems, GoG



The old world has passed away with the death of Mondain, Minax, and Exodus (the villians from Ultimas I-III) and the world has seen great upheaval, literally transforming the very land mass of Sosaria.  The Age of Darkness is over.  In the wake of this geological event, Lord British has united and consolidated the surviving kingdoms, towns, and villages under his own rule, setting forth with a new vision for law, order, and morality.  Gone are the old ways of holding princesses captive and knighting random warriors for slaughtering guards.  A new system of governance would be created, utilizing eight virtues, but for it to be fully realized there needs to be a champion, an avatar who could learn and eight virtues to show his kingdom the way.


Continue reading A Brief Tour of Ultima: Part 2 - Ultima IV: Quest for the Avatar



Posted on Nov 19th 2014 at 06:00:00 AM by (Fleach)
Posted under Review, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, PC, Steam, GOG, The Astronauts, Indie, Atmosphere, Creepy


There's something eerily wrong in Red Creek Valley and it's your job to piece things together in this atmospheric "weird fiction" detective game.


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