Awhile ago, I got my copy of Nioh, but I had to drop it for Nier Automata. I will play the game toward the end of this year because it’s going to take me awhile to complete Nier Automata. I’m only on my second playthrough, and I’m attempting to complete all quests and collect all weapons. But I really don’t know if I am going to 100 percent complete the game like I did with the first installment. I do have some things to say about the game once I complete the game entirely ( I’m assuming there are multiple endings), I will surely share my thoughts here.
Recently, I purchased Root Letter and Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters because they were on sale and have mediocre reviews. Some of the games I enjoyed in the past don’t always get good reviews, so I have always been skeptical with professional video game reviewers whether a game is good or not.
These two games are melancholic. Both are visual novel games, which is something I prefer lately. Actually, I just like melancholic games if you haven’t noticed. Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters was actually recommended to me because I am interested in the supernatural world. Root Letter is a suspenseful adventure game. You play from a guy’s perspective, investigating the mysterious disappearance of a high school pen pal. Actually, the story is very interesting so far.
I’Il post a link to the game trailers in case you guys are interested:
So currently, I am switching between games–Nier Automata and Root Letter, depending on my mood. I will write an analysis of these games in the near future. Since these are the two games that I am enjoying very much and have a lot to say. I don’t do formal reviews because the truth is, I keep this blog for fun as a way not to talk to myself. So I really do appreciate those who stop by to read this post. Take care now.