Posts Tagged ‘Tecmo Koei’

Review: Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings

by Nazih Fareson April 12, 2018
Well known and loved in Japan, the Atelier series has always been a niche franchise, and returns here for a new adventure, with Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings. Available since last year in Japan only, the game is finally available in the West as of March 30th to conclude the […]

Review: Attack on Titan 2

by Nazih Fareson March 15, 2018
Highly awaited by fans, Attack on Titan is on the verge on entering its third season this year, but in the meantime the team over at Koei Tecmo and Omega Force to give us a sequel to the 2016 game known as Attack on Titan: The Wings of Liberty. Reviewed on our site – which […]

Review: Dynasty Warriors 9

by Nazih Fareson February 20, 2018
While the Dynasty Warriors license had not changed since Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires back in 2014, it was finally time for the team over at Omega Force to shake things up, after years of critics pointing out a clear rehash of assets and monotony in the franchise. With Dynasty Warriors 9, the plan was to bring […]


Review: Nights of Azure 2 : Bride of the New Moon

by Nazih Fareson November 14, 2017
Back in 2015, Nights of Azure ended up as one of the biggest launches in recent years for Gust with nearly 90,000 copies sold in the first few days, which in turns become an important base for Koei Tecmo’s licensing portfolio. Now with Nights of Azure 2 : Bride of the New Moon, we hope […]

Review: Warriors All-Stars

by Nazih Fareson September 19, 2017
Games that bring numerous franchises together are not a new thing nowadays. The Smash Bros series groups all of Nintendo’s iconic figures and guests, Marvel and Capcom join forces in a fighting game, etc… And so Koei Tecmo jumped on the bandwagon in 2007 with the spin off Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate, bringing all of […]

Review: Dragon Quest Heroes II

by Muhammed Al Bukharyon May 13, 2017
Dragon Quest over the course of its 30 years’ strong life have reserved a special spot among the most revered, the most critically acclaimed JRPG franchises of all time. However; it had occasionally difficult times trying to find acceptance and inclusiveness in the western market, despite the quality of each iteration of the mainline games, […]


Review: Berserk and the Band of The Hawk

by Muhammed Al Bukharyon February 27, 2017
In the World of video games; there are many exemplary games that have excelled in bringing forth an intriguing genre that made the critics and gamers alike sing its praises, and galvanized developers to follow the trail blazed by it, one of those trailblazers is without a shroud of doubt is Omega Force’s renowned Warriors […]

Review: Nioh

by Nazih Fareson February 11, 2017
Announced at the 2005 edition of E3 as an exclusive for the PlayStation 3, Team Ninja’s Nioh has come a long way before reaching the Bluray players of our shiny PlayStation 4. Originally created by its mother company Tecmo Koei, Nioh was supposed to be a “simple” JRPG, with very classical elements, telling the  adventures […]

Review: Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom

by Nazih Fareson August 30, 2016
“Seid ihr das Essen? Nein, wir sind der Jäger!” Nine words of German which for some have no particular meaning, but for many others they can be much more than that (They are the prey and we are the hunters). A generation rallying cry, this is the anthem chanted by humanity while facing the attack of the Titans […]


Review: Samurai Warriors 4 Empires

by Nazih Fareson March 26, 2016
Tecmo Koei is probably a publisher mostly know for their Musou games. There are so many titles and sequels of their licenses, and it becomes easy to get lost when you want to get one. On one side, you have the Dynasty Warriors saga which features historic moments of ancient China, and on the other we have Samurai […]