Powered by gorgeous visuals in-game and within cutscenes, Indivisible makes one heck of a first impression. And yet, I was almost completely repulsed by it for reasons beyond its control.
With a cast of over 60 feature characters from dozens of different Namco, Sega and Capcom franchises, it’s no wonder that fan service is such an important aspect to the Project X Zone experience. There’s no shortage of neat moments for these characters to build cross-dimensional relationships with one another. There’s also more than enough tag-team action to show off everyone’s combat prowess. As great as it is to hit those marks, it clearly came at a cost, as there are other aspects of this strategy RPG that are sorely lacking.
The Bosscast dive deep into Grand Theft Auto V while trying their best to avoid spoilers. Mat kept his eyes on the prize and powered straight through the main story. Jett on the other hand, is busy enjoying the company of Nikki, Sapphire, and Chastity.
Games Mentioned: Grand Theft Auto V, Project X Zone, Game & Wario, Rayman Legends, Legendary: A Marvel Deck-Building Game
Every year, Fan Expo is especially harsh on my wallet. I rarely get access to much in the way of nerdy stuff to buy, let alone everything I could ever want in one place. This year proved extra fruitful, as I bought or got pretty much everything on my wish list and then some. In case you’re interested, here’s what I got!