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Dimension Tripper Neptune: TOP NEP mini-review

Hyperdimension Neptunia spin-offs have witnessed the Goddesses undertaking everything from idol careers (Producing Perfection) to tackling a faux-MMO (Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online). Here, Nep Nep and the girls revisit the arcade action era, taking ...

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Alchemical Cutie mini-review

Veering from most farming sims, Alchemical Cutie has you nurturing jellies rather than fruits and flowers. While the concept of a farm full of Dragon Quest-esque creatures is alluring, the game’s too relaxed and directionless ...

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Gynoug mini-review

Gynoug is a pleasing trip back to the nineties, when coders kept hands sweaty, composers made modest soundchips sing, and artists brought giant, alien phalluses onto the family television.  As a enthusiast of ‘90s-era STGs, ...

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Cotton 100% mini-review

On the heels of the masterful Cotton Reboot, Cotton 100% reissues the 1994 Super Famicom title. There’s a modicum of extras and supplemental material, which is slightly disappointing, but not enough to spoil the enjoyment ...

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Zombeez: A Killer Queen Remix review

BumbleBear Games took an enjoyable competitive multiplayer game and removed most of the fun for a single-player spin-off. Zombeez: A Killer Queen Remix shouldn’t have left the hive. Few games have a history that is ...

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Flowing Lights mini-review

Bolstered by a minimalistic visual delivery and a soundtrack that sounds like Depeche Mode B-sides, Flowing Light’s 200 bite-sized action-puzzles ooze creativity. But tedium might set in before you’ve completed the bulk of them. With ...

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Barrage Fantasia mini-review

Barrage Fantasia offers a lot of variety through different familiars and specials that manipulate play style. While the pixelated visuals signal a doujin effort, the action feels straight out of arcades. Between the Psikyo Shooting ...

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