I really enjoy stories about androids. They may be done to death, that I’ll give you, but I’ll just never get enough of seeing how an AI could gain sentience. I just won’t. It’s the little wannabe philosopher in me that enjoys these stories about humanity so much.
I liked NieR: Automata a lot. Like a lot, a lot. Even so, I could still sit here and tell you many ways the game was unpolished. It was far, far from perfect in regards to the gameplay, that is. This was but one of my numerous experiences with this game’s oddities. That one was pretty fun, though.
Atlus seems to know how to make fantastic spin-off games for the Persona series. Why would I complain if the stuff they give us is good? Well, Persona 5 Strikers is no different.
Starting off, the name “Okami” is actually a pun. It makes not one lick of sense in English, but it’s actually quite clever in Japanese. The word “Okami” in Japanese means different things, at least depending on what kanji you use to make it up.