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Marco & The Galaxy Dragon review

A Novel That Nearly Feels like an Anime Tokyotoon’s Marco & The Galaxy Dragon is poised to challenge your expectations of a visual novel. Habitually, the medium is economical, depicting its personalities and places with ...

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Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV review

More Vocation Than Mere Recreation Luo Guanzhong’s fourteenth-century novel, Romance of the Three Kingdoms, probably isn’t suited for most modern readers. Most contemporary works are born into a mass mediated ecosystem where immeasurable amounts of ...

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Yakuza 0 (Windows 10) review

Setting is Indispensable Context is an oft overlooked constituent in gaming. Although 2009’s The Saboteur replicated the familiar driving and destruction mechanics of the sandbox-action title, it was the colorful recreation of Nazi-occupied Paris which transformed the ...

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Katana Kami: A Way of the Samurai Story review

History ‘Acquire-d’ Traditionally, franchises grow with each successive iteration. But spin-offs sporadically scale things back, pushing the property in daring, new directions. From Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart’s reimaging of Hyperdimension Neptunia as a tactical ...

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Azur Lane: Crosswave review

‘Ship These Ships At least two of acclaimed director Quintin Tarantino’s feature films demonstrate the power of the medium. Both Inglourious Basterds and Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood entangle history and fantasy so tightly, ...

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Daemon X Machina review

Mecha Exodus Not long ago, mech-based games were exceedingly prevalent. Franchises like MechWarrior, Armored Core, Zone of the Enders, Steel Battalion, and Titanfall let players live out their futuristic fantasies. Each provided the opportunity to ...

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Rocketron review

A Break from AAA Average Triple-A titles habitually exhibit technical prowess, flaunting the capabilities of cutting-edge hardware. But sporadically, they can feel a bit empty, seemingly conceptualized by a battalion of marketing folk rather than ...

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Zombie Army 4: Dead War review

Persistence of the Dead Nearly every movie, television show, comic, and video game depicts the undead as indefatigably resilient. Typically, only severe head trauma puts a stop to their shambling. Rebellion’s Zombie Nazi Army series ...

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Code Shifter review

When Stars Collide One dependable formula for success unites personalities from multiple properties. From Super Smash Bros., Project X Zone, Marvel vs. Capcom, to the Mario & Sonic series, game crossovers allow beloved characters to ...

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