Parasite Eve Review (Spoiler-Free)

Square’s Parasite Eve released for Sony’s PlayStation in North America on September 9th, 1998. I finally got around to playing it in 2019, and even after all these years, it was still quite an experience!

What I'm Playing - No. 23
Image source: Emre Can

Welcome back to another weekly wrap-up of the games I’ve been playing over the past week!

Be warned, minor spoilers may be contained within. Generally, I do try to keep things spoiler-free but this isn’t always possible/practical! If you want to totally avoid all potential spoilers so you can play these games yourself in a blind run, you shouldn’t continue reading! Games contained within this post:

  • Parasite Eve (PS1)
  • Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth (3DS)
Top 10 Favorite N64 Games
Image source: Steve Johnson

The Nintendo 64 was the first console I played to have full 3D graphics. I was really young during the N64’s heyday, therefore I hadn’t played a lot of video games yet. So seeing video games in 3D for the first time probably wasn’t as revolutionary as it was to someone who’d played a lot of NES or older systems. But I still have some great memories of the games the N64 has to offer!

What I'm Playing - No. 22
Image source: Tom Swinnen

Welcome back to another weekly wrap-up of the games I’ve been playing over the past week!

I focused mostly on finishing up the games I’d been playing lately, in preparation for the English release of Persona Q2 on the 3DS! It’s releasing this Tuesday, June 4th, and I’m pretty excited for that! I say mostly finishing up what I’d been playing, because as you’ll see in this post…I started another new game this week!

Be warned, minor spoilers may be contained within. Generally, I do try to keep things spoiler-free but this isn’t always possible/practical! If you want to totally avoid all potential spoilers so you can play these games yourself in a blind run, you shouldn’t continue reading! Games contained within this post:

  • Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation (3DS)
  • Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! (Switch)
  • Parasite Eve (PS1)
Fire Emblem Fates Review (Spoiler-Free)

Fire Emblem Fates is a unique entry in the Fire Emblem series, as it is available in three versions. Each version is basically a standalone game with a unique plot and different allied units, and offers a different perspective on the plot and characters.

To get the most out of it, you’ll want to play all three versions. That’s exactly what I did! Here are my thoughts on the Fire Emblem Fates games in this spoiler-free review.