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Nexomon: Extinction review

Although Nexomon: Extinction doesn’t offer comprehensive innovations, the game’s clever deviations provide an experience that should charm monster-catchers of all ages. From the vaulted recipe for Coca-Cola, Kentucky Fried Chicken’s blend of eleven secret herbs ...

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Kandagawa Jet Girls review

Although there’s several play modes and a roster of appealing characters, Kandagawa Jet Girls is light on challenge and a sense of speed. Much like the anime, this is an adequate effort that’s capable of ...

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Ogre Tale review

Unrelentingly cute and enchantingly funny, Ogre Tale entertains despite simple mechanics and gratuitous repetition. It’s difficult not to impulsively fall head over heels for Ogre Tale. Within minutes of starting MAGES’ (Steins;Gate, Phantom Breaker: Battle ...

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Eastern Exorcist Demonstrates the Right Moves

With a visual style that reassembles traditional Chinese shuǐ-mò (commonly known as ‘ink-and-wash painting’), the Early Access Steam release of Eastern Exorcist (Steam, $13.59, regularly $16.99) undoubtedly impresses. Backdrops are especially eye-pleasing, with players journeying ...

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Death end re;Quest 2 review

Death end re;Quest 2 is the all too rare sequel that opts to push a series in a bold new direction, shifting a focus from the world inside a glitched MMO to a creepy women’s ...

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Hellbound review

Hellbound looks good and plays decently, but suffers from a dearth of weaponry and enemy types, two essentials of the first-person shooter genre. If you’re looking for a three-hour fix of retro fragging goodness, this ...

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Fight Crab review

Fight Crab arms your favorite seafood with gun, knives, and even shuriken. Expectedly, these crustaceans don’t fight with gladiatorial finesse, with matches becoming madcap, button-mashing affairs poised to produce laughter. Fighting games weren’t always built ...

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Fairy Tail review

Most of the gang is here, as well as a wide section of the plotline, making this adaption of Fairy Tail a dream come true for fans of the manga and anime. Sure, there’s some ...

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