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Oninaki Demo Available Now on PS4 and Switch

An Oninaki demo is available now, giving players the chance to taste-test the latest offering from Tokyo RPG Factory before it releases next month. You can download the demo for PS4 here, and for Switch here, with the Steam version coming soon.     Here’s what to expect from the demo and a little about the game as […]Read More

Oninaki Daemon Trailer, Japanese Release Date Revealed

Square Enix has released an Oninaki Daemon trailer, introducing the various characters who will aid you in battle, as well as confirmed the Japanese release date for the PS4 and Switch versions.   Here’s an overview of the Daemons’ role from Square Enix: As players journey as Kagachi, a young Watcher who ushers Lost Souls […]Read More

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

First Oninaki Preview Has Appeared In Weekly Famitsu

During last week’s Nintendo Direct, one of the titles that stayed with me was the new Tokyo RPG Factory title, Oninaki. It struck us how familiar the title looked, whilst drifting into wonderfully new territory with the aesthetic and implied themes.   Reported by Gematsu this morning, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu has revealed […]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