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Touken Ranbu Warriors review

When a faction of evil-doers want to chance the past, it’s time for swords incarnated as handsome husbandos to save the day. Prolific game franchises can often be daunting for newcomers. With mainline games spread ...

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Cotton Fantasy review

Known as Cotton Rock ‘n Roll: Superlative Night Dreams in Japan, the Success’ shooter makes it way stateside. It’s got seven different playable characters and unlockable homage stages. While the game establishes a new watermark ...

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Mini Motorways mini-review

Conceptually brilliant and aesthetically clean, Mini Motorways boils a city simulation down to the bare essentials of managing roadway traffic. Sure, it sounds a bit unexciting at first, but you’ll probably find yourself glued to ...

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Seven Pirates H review

Like a softcore parody of Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean, Seven Pirates H delivers comedy, cleavage, and even a few gropey tentacles. With a surprisingly accessible turn-based combat system, Compile Heart’s and Felistella’s RPG delivers ...

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Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising review

Often, smaller scale prequels seem like marketing for the main game. While it’s uncertain just how much of Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising’s exposition will feed into Hundred Heroes, this is the rare interactive prologue that’s worth ...

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Prinny Presents NIS Classics Volume 2

Bundling Makai Kingdom and ZHP: Unlosing Ranger vs. Darkdeath Evilman, Prinny Presents NIS Classics Volume 2 is an indispensable throwback to the golden age of strategy role-playing games. Grinding is a ubiquitous mechanic in role-playing ...

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Wildcat Gun Machine review

Wildcat Gun Machine’s tonality is as ridiculous as its title. Artwork shifts from ‘conceivably cute’ during gameplay to “serious” on the upgrade screen. Sometimes, you’re side-stepping bullets that look like pink bubbles. In other moments, ...

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As Far as The Eye review

With two inelegant tutorials and play that seems soothing but can be surprisingly strenuous, As Far as The Eye often dares you to like it. There are several strong reasons tolerant players might. The “eye” ...

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