This post is part of the Blog Brew, a monthly collaboration between eight other amazing bloggers and myself where we cover various topics each month. Our theme for October is 'Halloween', and accordingly, we all have some spooky fun to serve up for this horrifically charming season.
'Virtue's Last Reward' is the second installment in the hit 'Zero Escape' trilogy and is a follow-up to 'Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors'. Out of all the 3DS games in my collection, 'Virtue's Last Reward' is definitely one of my favorites. I loved the first 'Zero Escape' title, and the sequel certainly didn't disappoint. There are many reasons why 'Virtue's Last Reward' is such a great game; I'll be touching on just a few of the most important ones throughout this post.
My first foray with 'Silent Hill' was through its sixth game, 'Silent Hill: Homecoming.' Even though I'd heard a lot about the series, I didn't really know what to expect from 'Homecoming.' It ended up being a terrifying, engrossing, and enjoyable experience for me. It gets a bad rap from some fans, but I'm glad 'Homecoming' was my introduction to the series.
So, what makes 'Yo-kai Watch' such a good video game? A great many things! The Yo-kai designs are cute, original, and oftentimes, clever. The combat system is surprisingly strategic and requires a lot of thought, especially with boss battles. The game's sense of humor is fun and leads to many great moments. Both children and adults will be able to connect with it. Now, let's delve deeper into what makes 'Yo-kai Watch' a great video game!
'Kingdom Hearts' is the type of series that manages to inspire hope, kindness, and positivity, even when you're an adult. There truly is a magic to these games, one that implants itself deep into your heart and never completely fades. As a child, I remember being so mystified by the wholesome innocence of these games, and their prevailing message of hope. For me, '358/2 Days' was no different.