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From Dante’s journey to high definition in the Devil May Cry HD Collection, fighting alongside the Shinsengumi in Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms, and maneuvering through bullet hell in Danmaku Unlimited 3, this week a number of ...Read More »
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In the grand pantheon of arcade shooters, few are more prestigious than 1981’s Defender. While the William Electronics-developed coin-op wasn’t an immediate success (creator Eugene Jarvis has blamed the groundbreaking five-button control method), the game proved ...Read More »
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