Eyes Wide Shut

This post contains spoilers for Eyes Wide Shut, and I would recommend watching that before reading.  In my last two posts on film, I’ve looked at films centred around romance, and their differing takes on it. Pale Flower and Phantom Thread both square their aim onto troubled relationships and aim to try and find the beauty …

Ace Attorney Investigations 2: Prosecutor’s Path

This is the sixth in a series of Ace Attorney reviews and I recommend reading the others before this. This post will contain spoilers for Ace Attorney Investigations 2: Prosecutor's Path and all the games preceding it. Thanks for reading! Let’s get something out of the way before we start this, because I think it’s important: I don’t really like Prosecutor’s Path. …

Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth

This is the fifth in a series of Ace Attorney reviews and I recommend reading the others before this. This post will contain spoilers for Ace Attorney Investigations and all the games preceding it. Thanks for reading! Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth was the first spin-off game the Ace Attorney series would receive. Initially conceived of as starring Ema Skye …

Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations

This is the third in a series of reviews on the Ace Attorney series, and I recommend reading the first two before this. This post will contain spoilers for the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney trilogy, and all games in the series may be spoiled in the footnotes. Thanks for reading! When asked about what my favourite game is, my …

Weapon Shop de Omasse

Weapon Shop de Omasse is an interesting addition to the GUILD series because of who made it. While I’ve lauded the series as a way to give game creators space to make a small game with full creative control, Weapon Shop de Omasse gives that control to a Japanese comedian named Yoshiyuki Hirai. Hirai, who …

Liberation Maiden

I can safely say I had pretty much no idea what I was doing or what was going on for about 90% of my playthrough of Liberation Maiden, making reviewing it a slightly intimidating prospect. The game was developed by Goichi Suda, better known as Suda51; the man responsible for classics such as No More …