This week I’m going to be offering recommendations that are tailored for people who enjoyed Sabagebu. What I’m focusing on are the core aspects of Sabagebu… its high pace, its confidence, and that utter hilarious absurdity… I hope you like them!
This week’s recommendations are going to be for some anime, games and books that are good entertainment if you’re looking for something to fill some short spurts of downtimes. Whether it’s just one of those days where you’ve got an hour here or there to fill… or whether it’s simply you wanting something with a bit less of a commitment, these suggestions are for you.
This week I want to recommend some stuff you can partake of if you need to cheer yourself up… for those of you who could use a bit of a pick me up. These are the games, anime, and books I fall back on when I’m feeling a bit down.
Valiant Hearts is latest title Ubisoft has made using their ‘UbiArt Framework’ – previously used in Child of Light and recent Rayman titles such as Origins and Legends. Loosely based off of letters from World War 1, Valiant Hearts is a puzzle game that tells the story of 4 characters and their dog as they struggle to survive the Great War. Each of these characters have their own storylines that all intertwine throughout the war.
So the major E3 conferences are over, and all of the big announcements have been announced, the trailers have been viewed, the demos have been demoed, and now it is time to discuss the future…. sort of.
Here are my favourite moments of the E3 conferences. This is really hard because overall, this year’s conferences have been a pretty tremendous letdown, with only a handful of things that really made me excited throughout the entirety of 4 press conferences – 5 if you count Nintendo’s mini-conference. Fortunately, it’s not all bad, so let’s share the good here, so we can forget the bad!