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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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New Releases: October 3rd-9th, 2019

This week franchises like Yooka-Laylee, Ghost Recon, BurgerTime, and Trine receive sequels, while Ghostbusters and The Alliance Alive receive remakes. Fortunately, there at least one notable new property premiering this week, with Indivisible arriving on ...

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Button Button Up! review

From Rayman Legends, Sonic Mania, Super Mario Odyssey, to New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe, the Switch has quite a few top-tier platformers. As such, the emergence of Button Button Up! on the platform is ...

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Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition review

In the game industry, it’s an abnormality for an untested development team to deliver an inaugural hit, and an irrefutable miracle if they can sustain that success. As Realtime Worlds demonstrated with 2007’s Crackdown and Team Bondi ...

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Cat Quest 2 review

With lengths that often exceed forty hours and involved storylines that habitually deliver an assortment of twists, role-playing games can often be daunting undertakings. But they’re also especially adept as depicting the hero’s journey. Supplying ...

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Habroxia review

Consistently, new shoot ‘em ups arrive with marketing conspicuously mentioning inspiration drawn from yesteryear’s classic shooters. While titles like R-Type, Gradius, Axelay are frequently cited, the results are often far removed from these retro gems. ...

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Azure Reflections (PC) review

With ports of Deathsmiles, DoDonPachi Resurrection, and Mushihimesama, PC owners are privy to a number of excellent danmaku (often referred to a ‘bullet hell’ games). With the recent release of Azure Reflections on Steam, there might be reason to rejoice. Bombarding ...

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