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Corpse Party 2: Dead Patient review

What is the game’s place within the Corpse Party franchise? Corpse Party 2: Dead Patient was originally released for PC in 2013. Developed by a doujin circle named GrindHouse, two members of Team GrisGris aided ...

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Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain (PC) review

If there’s a certainty across game narrative, it’s that the end of the world is imminent. The sole divergence is how the apocalypse will occur, whether it’s Left 4 Dead’s and The Last of Us’ pathogens or Fallout and Metro’s nuclear ...

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Corpse Party: Blood Drive review

Most game franchises follow a path of consistency, with follow-ups that obediently adhere to formula. But that’s rarely been the case with Team GrisGris’ Corpse Party series. The inaugural title in the West, 2006’s Corpse ...

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A Knight’s Quest review

Delve into A Knight’s Quest, the latest efforts from the two-person developer team of Sky9 Games, and you might be reminded of a Ridley Scott film. No, not Blade Runner, Alien, or even Gladiator. We’re ...

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Dragon Star Varnir (PC) review

The term ‘Galápagos Syndrome’ was coined to describe an intriguing situation that emerged with Japanese mobile phones. These wondrously evolved devices were undoubtedly some of the best phones on the market. But they weren’t compatible ...

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Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint review

Across its eighteen-year history, Ubisoft’s Ghost Recon series has been a key innovator in the military shooter genre. Drawing inspiration from Tom Clancy’s oeuvre of tense action-thrillers and revealing non-fiction works, the franchise’s unabashed technological ...

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Nanairo Reincarnation review

Like quite a few visual novels, Nanairo Reincarnation requires the suspension of disbelief.  Effectively, you become a Sherlock Holmes-type character, flanked by demonic girl-Watsons, when you’re asked by the local police to assist when there’s ...

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