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Radiant Update Announced for Darkest Dungeon

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Darkest Dungeon is a game that has a lot going on. It was a game that proved that Early Access games could have amazing support from developers. What’s more, it’s a game where the support continued long after the game had been officially released. Red Hook Studios had promised a lot in the game’s Kickstarter campaign, and they successfully delivered ...

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Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove Announced

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Shovel Knight is a game that was a bit of an indie darling in 2014. Backed on Kickstarter, was released to extremely positive reviews as well as commercial success. It has since then been ported to nearly every major gaming platform, including the 3DS and PS Vita. Yacht Games, the developer of Shovel Knight, kept the fanbase alive by releasing ...

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Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Release Date

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Shantae is an interesting game series. Originally released on the Game Boy Advanced, it sold poorly due to coming in near the end of the platform’s life cycle. Despite that, it managed to maintain a solid fanbase and earn two more sequels. Back in 2013, a Kickstarter campaign for a fourth mainstream Shantae game, Shantae: Half-Genie Hero, was launched. It ...

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Steins;Gate 0 Receives Western Release

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Visual novels have come a long way in a very short period of time. Not too long ago, the average gamer most likely wouldn’t even know what a visual novel is. Nowadays though, many visual novels have gone on to experience critical and commercial success. Just to name a few, Ace Attorney, Zero Escape and Steins;Gate are all visual novels ...

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Gal*Gun: Double Peace Review

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Gal*Gun: Double Peace is something I never expected to make it to the West. It’s a rail shooter with light dating sim elements. Instead of shooting zombies or soldiers, though, you’ll be aiming for cute anime girls. You’ll have to shoot them with pheromones to keep them off of you, because everybody is suddenly in love with you. All the while, ...

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Zero Time Dilemma Review – Plaudite! Acta est fabula!

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Zero Time Dilemma is the third and final entry in the Zero Escape series. The series began with 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors in 2009, and was followed by Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward in 2012. Now, the final installment is finally here. Zero Time Dilemma takes place between 999 and Virtue’s Last Reward. There are some sequels that are fully playable even if you haven’t ...

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Odin Sphere Leifthrasir Review

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Odin Sphere originally came out in 2007. It was immediately recognized as one of the best RPGs on PlayStation 2, and for good reason – the story, gameplay, and graphics were top tier for the time. Now, in 2016, we get a chance to revisit the world of Odin Sphere with Odin Sphere Leifthrasir from Vanillaware and ATLUS. The game ...

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Corpse Party: Blood Drive Review

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Corpse Party: Blood Drive is the third and last title in the Heavenly Host saga that the Corpse Party series has been entertaining us with for years. Some sequels can be played without playing the games that came before it, but that’s not how things are with Blood Drive. If you haven’t played Corpse Party and Corpse Party: Book of Shadows, Blood Drive probably won’t make any ...

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Top Twelve Games for Halloween

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Halloween is upon us, and, for gamers, that can only mean one thing: It’s time to play (or replay) some amazing horror-based games. Video games have become just as much of a Halloween tradition as scary movies, haunted houses, and pumpkin patches. Every year, we feel an itch to turn the lights off, turn on our consoles, and willingly subject ...

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Persona 4: Dancing All Night Review – Step On Up

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The Shin Megami Tensei: Persona series has a high standard to uphold. The core games of the series have all been incredibly solid RPGs, and even the fighting spin-off games have been fantastic. Needless to say, expectations for Persona 4: Dancing All Night are pretty high. Don’t worry, though – Dancing All Night not only meets those expectations, but smashes them completely and ...

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