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Whether your preference is taking to the foe-filled skies in Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown to skirmishing with shapely shinobi in SENRAN KAGURA Burst Re:Newal, this week’s new releases offer plenty of paths to fulfillment. ...Read More »
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Tales of Exclusivity Today, Microsoft’s consoles are little more than curios in Japan, with market share besieged by competitors. But back in the late 2000s, the company was hoping to strengthen their presence across the ...Read More »
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Sure, January’s first few days were rather lackluster, but finally there’s a reason to rejoice. With new releases like Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition, Onimusha: Warlords, and New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe arriving this ...Read More »
An Adorable Shoot ‘Em Up In a perfect world, cute ‘em-ups would be released with regular frequency. But save for two Deathsmiles titles, the disappointing Otomedius, and QP Shooting – Dangerous!!, the last decade has ...Read More »
Recommended for Groups Like many games geared toward local, competitive play Super Treasure Arena is fun with small groups. There’s an absorbing sense of tension between the two dominant approaches to play. You can opt ...Read More »
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