Because while I love this game, there are a litany of little things that have been chipping away at my very soul!Continue reading
‘Cos in this capitalist world, you gotta gacha!Continue reading
Because you gotta keep players hustling, bustling, and busier than beavers!Continue reading
Because when you engage with a live service, extensive tutorialization and external information gathering is a necessity to ensure an even remotely optimal play experience.Continue reading
Yay! Yay! Yay! Yay! 3, 2, 1 let’s go!Continue reading
Connect, Collect, and Clothe a Compilation of Comely Cuties! …Re:Dive!Continue reading
A divine dichotomy of a despairful disposition.Continue reading
Because Dragalia is dope, and this Digest was a delight!Continue reading
Because when you pour 1,000 hours into something, your thoughts on it become all kinda of mixed and muddled!Continue reading
Because you gotta gacha!Continue reading
Because you gotta keep players busy and bustling!Continue reading
Because these things are a quintessential part of any good live service!Continue reading
Yay! Yay! Yay! Yay!Continue reading
Welcome to the worst of all worlds!Continue reading
From mingling gacha, isekai, and TSF.Continue reading
Because crack is wack, coke ain’t woke, ya don’t need weed, and generally speaking drugs are for thugs. But indulging in regulated vices is good for the economy and government, so gamble to your heart’s content!
Yay! Yay! Yay! Yay!
To be a master… you need to do a lot better than this.
One year and several hundred hours later…
As Nintendo’s second effort to branch out into mobile game using one of their established IPs, Fire Emblem seems like an incredibly odd choice. While the series saw a rise in popularity after the release of Awakening in early 2013, it is still a very niche franchise for the company, and does not initially seem like the best fit for the platform, as the games are story driven strategy RPGs. In actuality, Fire Emblem Heroes proves to be a surprisingly good fit for the platform, a pretty solid strategy game, and also one of the most engrossing yet frustrating experiences I willingly put myself through in quite a while. Continue reading