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River City Girls Review

River City Girls is best experienced as a couch co-op. When played all alone, the game might feel like a soulless toil but when you have a friend to cover your butt, the progress is made more worthwhile.

River City Girls Review

Initial 2: New Stage Review

Initial 2 shows sincere passion towards game making even though the developer Restory Studio has been lacking in everything what star developers could afford. Only nine guys made the game with a shoe-string budget so it can’t compete with the best but the effort alone is commendable. And then some.

Initial 2: New Stage Review

KILL la KILL The Game: IF Review

KILL la KILL The Game: IF features exciting arena fighting action and silly yet engaging yarn that together form an exclusive episode for the quirky franchise. The presentation is big, bold and in-your-face, creating a handsome package you really want to dig into.

KILL la KILL The Game: IF Review

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Review

The game remains as strong as it has been and comes strongly recommended for any JRPG enthusiast looking for a cracking yarn to spend time with.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Review

The Caligula Effect: Overdose Review

In many ways, The Caligula Effect: Overdose is refreshingly low-key and intelligent within its genre. It turns its obvious paragons into a personal drama of its own kind, choosing subtle while others swag, and going surprisingly deep while others pretend.

The Caligula Effect: Overdose Review

Persona Dancing: Endless Nights Collection Review

All the makings for a good show with a well-established cast, colorful action and good music are there, but with a hefty price tag. To pay hundred bucks for the collection, you really must ask yourself if you’re a fan enough to get something you might not entirely enjoy.

Persona Dancing: Endless Nights Collection Review

The Missing: J.J. Macfield and the Island of Memories Review

Enveloped in a nightmarish world and a gruesome gameplay gimmick, The Missing manages to tell a surprisingly human story about a young person’s search for identity.

The Missing: J.J. Macfield and the Island of Memories Review

Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time Review

Chamber of Time is slow-paced, looks a bit drab and it can be repetitive and awkward to play. In a way, it’s much like Akko herself. She’s far from perfect but spunky and open-hearted, making her irresistibly disarming. There’s a strong positive vibe going on that rubs on you, and it helps in overcoming the game’s shortcomings.

Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time Review

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Review

Although it begins with the suggestion of nuclear holocaust in one world and a violent, political coup in another, Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom by Level-5 is not the dark and dismal fairy tale its opening minutes might suggest. Instead it's the generally up-beat story of a young king's rise to power and building a colorful kingdom of good will.

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Review

Attack on Titan 2 Review

Gigantic and nightmarish humanoid titans have run mankind to the brink of an extinction. What’s left of humanity has been cornered into within three reinforced walls of the last remaining city. It’s only a matter of time until these hulking monstrosities breakthrough. Every capable young are enlisted to join a desperate war against the titans.

Attack on Titan 2 Review

Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash Review

The improbably large-breasted shinobi girls from Senran Kagura series are back, but not wielding swords or ninja arts. Instead, they grab water guns for some frenzied water tagging in a tournament after a promise of winners getting anything they could possibly want. The premise is just as silly as it sounds and a good excuse to flash the girls’ expanded funbags, almost bursting out of their teeny-weeny bikini tops. But really, under excessive boobs galore of Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash, there’s actually a cool and addictive game and not just something to ogle at. Even though it’s most definitely ogle-worthy too!

Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash Review

Senran Kagura Estival Versus Review

With a new dynamic camera, sexier transformations, and “interesting” finishers, and more robust playtime systems for the girls, the game knows its audience. Though the plot is lacking and the battles are often repetitive, such concerns are not going to stop fans from having some fun in the sun.

Senran Kagura Estival Versus Review