Saving the best for last

The final entry in this energetic little trilogy, titled Mobile Suit Gundam Side Story III: Sabakareshi Mono, debuted on the Saturn three short months after the previous game, Mobile Suit Gundam Side Story II: Ao wo Uketsugu Mono, which itself released roughly three months before the opening effort, Mobile Suit Gundam Side Story I: Senritsu no Blue. As is … Continue reading Saving the best for last

I’m blue (and so are you)

As the name suggests Mobile Suit Gundam Side Story II: Ao wo Uketsugu Mono is the second release in this little Saturn trilogy (for the sake of clarity I think it's worth stating that this is a completely standalone experience and doesn't require the first Side Story's disc for anything), released just a few months after Senritsu no … Continue reading I’m blue (and so are you)

Pocket-sized panics

The WonderSwan exclusive "Novel Theatre" game Terrors 2 offers users three unrelated but hopefully spooky stories to choose from once the standard-issue creepy laughter's died down on the title screen, with a shorter fourth, final, and equally disconnected tale unlocked after you've cleared them (and made sure you've saved too). This bonus piece isn't a … Continue reading Pocket-sized panics

An electronic sausage

Bandai's WonderBorg is best known as a relatively expensive novelty accessory for the WonderSwan, their fantastic Japan-only handheld. It's exactly the sort of odd plastic lump in an oversized box guaranteed to get mentioned in those familiar "Ha! Look at the weird gaming things people could buy in Japan!" listicles alongside portable fishing sonars and … Continue reading An electronic sausage