My kingdom for entium!
The formula here is really classic – having recruited three tailed fighters from the available menagerie, we set off to clear the ruins and dungeons, where, in addition to assorted enemies, chests with new equipment, improvements and entium crystals (local currency), merchants and crafting stations are waiting for us. True, in order to craft an item, you must first find its blueprint. Continue reading
In Shin Megami Tensei V, things move fast. Here we are sitting in a lesson in a Japanese school, and after a few minutes we find ourselves in an alternative, destroyed version of Tokyo and fight demons. It sounds like something from Persona 5, but fans of the series for such comparisons can call an unkind word, because Persona is a spin-off of the SMT series. And no matter how successful the fifth “Persona” was, the developers did not change much Shin Megami Tensei V to please the army of newly minted fans. Continue reading
Political satire arose, perhaps, simultaneously with the advent of this very policy – anecdotes, jokes and ridicule of the highest leaders of the state have always been popular among the general population. Once upon a time, for impartial, but funny statements in the direction of those in power, one could lose one’s freedom, or even life, but today this is easier, isn’t it?
Instead of jokes, there are now, for example, our favorite video games. This Is the President from Russian developers SuperPAC, published under the auspices of THQ Nordic, is an example of such a modern satire that ridicules not only the existing political reality of the United States, of which the player is the president, but also all world politics. Continue reading