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Tokyo RPG Factory Release Introductions For Oninaki Characters!

I’m pretty excited about Oninaki, listing it as one of my five favourite reveals from the February Nintendo Direct. Information has been a little sparse since the reveal though, meaning that I actually forgot about the game. Last week, however Tokyo RPG Factory released some introductions to the Oninaki characters!   For those who, like […]Read More

Rice Recommends – Best Modern JRPGs

Welcome back to another Rice Recommends, this time taking a look at the best modern JRPGs. With it being one of our favourite genres, this was quite a tough one to pull together as there have been so many good games in the genre recently.   As such, as a quick caveat, we’ve kept it […]Read More

Lost Sphear Review – Lost & Not Found (Switch)

Tokyo RPG Factory’s mission statement is to make retro-styled JRPGs like the good old days — such as Chrono Trigger, or the old Final Fantasy games. And their first game, I Am Setsuna, followed through with a short but sweet, snow-tinged, melancholic adventure. Lost Sphear is much more of a non-entity in comparison.   You take […]Read More

Lost Sphear Guide Walkthrough – Chapter 2: Fishing at Hush

Hey look, it’s a world map. It’s nice looking, but nothing really happens on the world map besides moving from one point to another, picking up sparkles, and (later) creating some buff locations.       Previous Chapter | Lost Sphear Guide Index | Next Chapter     To re-iterate, sparkle items are random and re-appear […]Read More

Lost Sphear Guide Walkthrough – Prologue: The Man Called King

Welcome to the game, the wonderful spiritual follow-up to I Am Setsuna from the small team Tokyo RPG Factory, part of Square Enix. Starting the game you’ll immediately be asked what difficulty you want to play on. Obviously, “Normal” is par for the course, but there’s “Easy” and “Hard” too.   Previous Chapter | Lost […]Read More

Lost Sphear Guide Walkthrough

Lost Sphear is the spiritual successor to I Am Setsuna, from Tokyo RPG Factory. It’s a neat little small-scale JRPG that throws back to some retro games. It’s not all that complex, and is a fairly linear adventure, but our Lost Sphear guide walkthrough is here to help you out if you get lost or need […]Read More

Steam Summer Sale 2017 – The Biggest Deals for Japanese

The Steam Summer Sale is back! It’s one of a handful of massive sales Steam runs throughout the year, but there’s something about the summer one that just feels so… fresh. These days, all the games are at their maximum discount day one. This can make it harder to find the mega, mega deals on […]Read More

Details on Characters and Gameplay Mechanics of Lost Sphear

Last week, Tokyo RPG Factory announced Lost Sphear, their new RPG after I am Setsuna. We learn new details on the setting of the game and on its gameplay. The story sounds really interesting so far!       Kanata 16 years Old. Weapon: Sword Grew up in the Moon Bell city of Air. He is a […]Read More

Japanese Switch Launch Line-up Has Almost Twice as Many Games

The Switch day launch line-up has resulted in rather divisive opinions on whether the console should be a day one purchase. What’s more, the Japanese Switch launch line-up has almost twice as many games, many of which haven’t been announced for overseas at all. How much are we missing out on? And is it anything worthwhile?   […]Read More