Dragon’s Travels: Persona 4 Golden



Persona 4: Golden

Definitely a Card you should keep in your Compendium of Games


Persona 4: Golden is a JRPG exclusive to the Playstation Vita centered around the Protagonist on his quest for the truth while also focusing on his social life and school.
Persona 4: Golden’s story involves you as the protagonist moving to a small town called Inaba for a year as multiple murders begin to take place. It starts off as your uncle and cousin picking you up and showing you around a bit of the town you’ll be staying in for the year. You then make friends with the locals of Chie Satonaka, Yosuke Hanamura, and Yukiko Amagi at the new school whom don’t believe your oddly new acquired powers to enter the television. You then find a Bear who escorts you to varying dungeons to rescue anyone who falls into the TV with the powers of their various Personas to get closer to the truth behind the murders and kidnappings.

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We’re Back: Episode #1


FIGHT! Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to the rebirth of The Real Players Gaming Podcast Show, or RPG Show for short. The combined fighters of Ben aka the Marvelous Iggy and Chris aka Mr.Dragon come together once again to talk about the world of video games. This opening episode includes discussions on Mortal Kombat X, potential guest characters for Mortal Kombat X, and finally the hot topic of remastered games and what’s their favorite remastered games of all time. Thank you for listening and we’ll see y’all in two weeks!

Direct Download link. https://ia902504.us.archive.org/14/items/RPGShow1.wav/RPGShow1.wav.mp3


Dragon’s Den; Mortal Kombat (9)

Mortal Kombat (9)


Spear-heading its way to your collection

Mortal Kombat, released back in April of 2011, still shows great promise in the fighting genre as it attempts to do more than others. While other fighting games may tack on a story as an afterthought, Mortal Kombat has always made more of an attempt to create a definitive story within its games. For the purposes of this review, I will be writing about the Playstation 3 and the Playstation Vita versions of the game.

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Level Select Thursdays: Mega Man X3


It’s now time to move onto the next game in the Mega Man X franchise, and oh boy I’m not even going to lie folks this is possibly the most negative I will be about a video game. Mega Man X did such a great job of pushing the Mega Man name forward and X2 added to it’s greatness. X3 is a great example of a series taking five steps backwards. Since this game had so many ports, due to not owning a Super Nintendo I played this off the Mega Man X collection, so I played the PC version. I’ll get into specifics, but let’s start this game!

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Level Select Thursdays: Mega Man X


Yup it’s time to take a look at one of the all time classics from the Super Nintendo, the series that would become the next evolution for the Mega Man series. I am of course referring to the OG Mega Man X, debuting 21 years ago this game holds a special place in gamers hearts. I have fond memories of this game when I played it as a kid, but I never beat the game itself. Well now I have and I wanted to see if this game still stands the test of time. Is it truly the best in the X line of games? Well grab your controllers and let’s find out!

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Level Select Thursdays: Mega Man X2


It’s that time once again boys and girls for yet another Megaman X game review! This time it’s X2, and for some reason there seems to be this weird hate for the game. When I was younger I never had a chance to play this game, but when I purchased the X Collection I came across reviews for X2. Let’s just say they weren’t exactly flattering. So I became curious and wanted to see if this game does what a true sequel should do. Take the basic formula of success while also adding innovations to push the series along. So does Mega Man X2 do that? Well grab your SNES controllers and lets find out.

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Level Select Thursdays: Lego Marvel Superheroes


Well I never thought I would be writing about a Lego game any time soon, I’ve dabbled with the series before from Lego Racers to Lego StarWars and of course Lego Batman’s 1 and 2. I will admit that while most of those games are well crafted none of them held my attention for very long. This all changed with Lego Batman 2 and where now the Lego series entered into the genre of sandbox games. Even then Lego Batman 2 failed to capture my attention. Fast Forward to last year and Lego Marvel Super Heroes is announced, easily the most anticipated Lego game yet. So does this game give you the Marvel experience, while also delivering a solid and fun game. Let’s find out shall we.
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Level Select Thursdays: Megaman X5


I love Megaman X1, that game is one my favorite games of all time. However up until recently I was unable to play it’s sequels due to not knowing about them and focusing on other games. So thanks to Megaman X collection I was able to play the underrated sequel X2, the mixed looked X3, and the awesomeness that is Megaman X4. However the time came to finally play Megaman X5 and I heard my fair share of negative takes on this game but I decided to give this game a fair shot. So does this game continue the excellence or it is all one big nightmare….spoilers…..it’s a nightmare…..

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Level Select Thursdays: Remember Me


Thanks to the awesomeness of Playstation Plus I was able to download one of their many free games they offer. If you’ve read the title of this particular post then you know that game is Remember Me from Dontnod Entertainment and produced by Capcom. I remember first seeing this game when I attended Wondercon last year and I intrigued to say the least. The concept of memories in a video game format has loads of potential. However I passed on this initially due to me wanting to play other games. Now that I have had the chance to play and beat the game I wanted to share my thoughts. So without further ado let’s dive into the world of Neo Paris.
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Level Select Thursdays: Chozo Ruins


The jump to the 3D plane was a dangerous road for 2D games. Some franchises successfully made the jump while others experimented then went back to the 2d plane, and some had the misfortune of dying all together. While many of Nintendo’s characters made a decent to excellent jump to 3D during the N64 days, there was one franchise that missed out. The Metroid series had seemingly been left behind and gamers had to play Smash Brothers to play as Samus Aran. Enter the Nintendo Game Cube, and the Metroid series would finally enter the 3D world, but now the game adds the genre of FPS to it. So let’s take a look and see if Retro Studios managed to capture what made Super Metroid so great, with The Chozo Ruins.

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The Warriors Three

Kickin all sorts of Asgard


While he gropes himself with eunuch fists, I sow my sole into his teeth and finger him for cash.


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