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Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) reach the conclusion of AL Experiences the Yakuza Series as we talk about the spin-off, Judgment. We talk about some of the twists and turns, what AL enjoyed about the game, and briefly talk about some aspects we are looking forward to in the sequel.By Jared Clemons
 
Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) take a look at the wild and long road it took for Psychonauts 2 to finally be released. From trying to find publishers, to finally succeeding on crowdfunding, and finally getting that Microsoft money, the game is out and we dive deep into the games story and mechanics to see if it lived up to the hype after al…
 
Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) talk about the wild second season of Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars’ story mode. From new characters, an actual villain character, and the group splintering, how do the girls of Nijigasaki manage to make it through this new season?By Jared Clemons
 
Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) return to the courtroom for the first time in five years to play a new (to non-Japanese audiences) Ace Attorney game. We discuss the time period change, new mechanics, the wild story, and how surprisingly racist the game gets.By Jared Clemons
 
Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) give a preview to their forthcoming Patreon feature where they’re going to do game drafts from consoles by drafting video game consoles as a whole. They both get six consoles to draft, but can’t pick what the other person has already chosen. Who will have the best roster of consoles?…
 
Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) were excited to see a new CG Resident Evil project was in the works, and now we get to talk about it. We discuss all four episodes, how it probably should’ve just been a movie, and whether or not it follows in the same footsteps as the previous CG films.By Jared Clemons
 
Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) watched the live action adaptation of the Dynasty Warriors games and boy howdy, it sure was a film. We talk about the fights, the story that seems to make up way too much of the film, and how the film could have been made better as an adaptation.By Jared Clemons
 
Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) go over some games they played recently. We discuss Operation: Tango, a game where we got to be cooperative secret agents in some wild puzzles. After that, we dive into the Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin demo that had a rocky launch. Finally, the Yuffie DLC for Final Fantasy 7 Remake has dropped an…
 
Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) bring back our annual summer preview of the big video game marketing event of the year. This time with even more of a messy event divorce. We breakdown most of the events and give our thoughts on what we think will and won’t show up. (Shouts out to already being wrong about our Elden Ring prediction). Before a…
 
Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) return to season one of Jared and AL Watch to discuss the recently released Sailor Moon Crystal movie adaptations of part 4 of the manga. We talk about both movies, which one we liked better, our favorite aspects of these films, why part 4 might be the begin of the downturn of Sailor Moon in general, and what …
 
Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) return to the world of Yakuza and drive some taxis, fight a bear, become an idol, and play some baseball, because it’s a Yakuza game. We talk about the wild and very intricate story, all the new minigames and mechanics, and where it ranks among the rest of the series. Also apologies for the audio in the first …
 
Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) become teen detectives and look at a lot of dead bodies between both Famicom Detective Club games. We discuss The Missing Heir which is a tad frustrating gameplay wise, but still a good story, along with The Girl Who Stands Behind which might have the most messed up ending of a Nintendo developed game.…
 
Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) continue their dive through the Yakuza series with Yakuza 4. We talk about all the new characters introduced as this is the first game to introduce multiple protagonists, all of the interconnected and winding story beats, and how this might be the weakest game in the series thus far.…
 
Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) return to the world of Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan to discuss the anime OVAs that have recently been put out officially overseas. We talk about the similarities to the live-action adaptation with regards to one episode and then breakdown the three other episodes that differ from that adaptation.…
 
Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) return to the world of JoJo, and specifically, live action JoJo with the recent live action adaptation of Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan. We discuss all three episodes, how the adaptation works well with the source material, and whether or not we’d like to see this mini series come back.…
 
Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) decide to reminisce about an old friend, the PlayStation Vita. We discuss our thoughts on why Sony decided to put it out to pasture very early in its lifespan, the poor decision to make memory cards incredibly expensive, the Vita TV, and some of our favorite Vita games.…
 
Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) put their mystery hats on this week as they dive deep into Root Film, the spiritual successor to Root Letter. Before that, we talk about Sony’s latest kerfuffle around them shutting down the PS3, PSP, and Vita digital stores later this year and how much that will suck for preservation. After that, we discuss R…
 
Jared and Anne Ladyem (anneladyem.com) dive into two very different games. We begin with the latest Love Live! game that’s a port of the arcade version of School Idol Festival and how despite it being free, isn’t the Love Live! game you’d want to seek out instead of the mobile games. After that, we dive into It Takes Two and it’s cooperative gamepl…
 
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