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Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX Review – Killer Kawaii

Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX is, at its core, a rhythm game. However, it manages to be much more. Project Mirai DX is, all at once, a fashion game, a home design game, a choreography creator, a musical instrument, a reversi game, a rebirth of Puyo Puyo (or, if you prefer, Puyo Pop), an alarm clock (yes, really), a music video compilation, and ...

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Kingdom Hearts II.8 Announced at TGS 2015

Kingdom Hearts HD II.8 Final Chapter Prologue (yes, that’s the real title) was revealed during Sony’s event at Tokyo Game Show 2015. This, of course, is the very first time that fans have been anxiously awaiting a Kingdom Hearts III announcement and, instead, got another HD collection since the release of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix launched in 2013. Oh, wait… Kingdom Hearts II.8 will ...

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Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls Review

Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls is the latest release in Spike Chunsoft’s Danganronpa series, which has been warmly received by both critics and gamers. The first two games in the series are visual novels that focus heavily on puzzles, mystery, adventure, investigation, and dark, intense themes. Another Episode ditches the traditional visual novel style in favor of a third person shooter. Now, ...

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Dungeon Travelers 2 Review – A Rough Trip

It’s surprising that Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library and the Monster Seal made it outside of Japan, since most of its predecessors are unknown to anyone but the most hardcore fans of Japanese game publisher Aquaplus (or the developer Leaf). In 1997, Aquaplus released  To Heart, a visual novel targeted exclusively at adults. In 2004, To Heart 2 released to a larger ...

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Rare Replay Review – Victory Lap

When Rare Replay was announced at E3, it immediately became one of the most highly anticipated releases of the year – and for good reason: Rare is one of the most iconic developers in the world of video games. In 1982, Tim and Chris Stamper established Ultimate Play the Game, a small development group that would be reborn as Rare in 1985. ...

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ZombiU Goes Multiplatform as Zombi

ZombiU was an unexpected launch title for the Wii U. A gory, gritty, first person survival horror game wasn’t exactly what we expected to launch alongside the newest Nintendo platform. However, I’m very happy that it did. ZombiU was (and still is) a standout title on Wii U and is definitely a must-have for owners of the system. It provided moments full of ...

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Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight Review – An Adventure for the Ages

Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight is the latest in the widely beloved Etrian Odyssey series. All of the classic Etrian Odyssey elements are here: map making, turn based combat, enormous enemies, customizable characters, and, most importantly, the opportunity to create your own story. Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold manages to stay true to its roots while still making the experience feel ...

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Lost Dimension Review – Lost and Found

Lost Dimension is a unique title. Developed by Lancarse and published by ATLUS, the game is a tactical strategy JRPG for the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3. Though the game looks and plays very well on both systems, I played most of the game on PlayStation Vita. On the surface, Lost Dimension looks a lot like other strategy RPGs, but it has ...

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Indie Game Spotlight – Spectra

Spectra is the first game from Gateway Interactive. Gateway teamed up with Chipzel (best known for his work on the Super Hexagon soundtrack) to create a retro style racer that uses gorgeous music and breakneck speed to create a game that is fun, beautiful, and addicting. The goal of Spectra is pretty simple: you’re racing on a procedurally generated track that is covered ...

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No Time to Explain Review – Defying Gravity

No Time to Explain is absolutely insane. You have to understand that going in, because the insanity is a bit disorientating at first. As soon as I started the game, I found myself constantly wondering what the hell was going on. All I knew was that my future self was in trouble, I was capable of time travel, and some kind of ...

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