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Review: Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl

Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl is not a new game in the series as the name leads you to think it but in fact it is a remake of the first EO game, released back on the original Nintendo DS. What’s the point in the remake I hear you say? Well a lot actually.

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Suikoden returns in fan-developed Suikoden 2.5

    Any hardcore RPG gamer will recognise the cult game Suikoden brought to us by Konami since the days of the original Playstation console. Sadly despite the huge following Konami has ceased to localise the game in Europe and therefore we’re missing out on the epic series on handheld and home consoles.

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Review: Atelier Escha & Logy – Alchemists of the Dusk Sky

In the  15th installment of the long-running Atelier series, Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky sticks close to the Atelier series mantra. Incorporating the series’ trademark real-time combat and item fusing, this latest adventure provides an entertaining RPG that offers beautiful graphics and character designs to keep you entertained for dozens of hours.

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Review: Cube tactics

So this is the first indie game I’ve come across in the eshop on 3DS. Fun unit have released a cube strategy game for puzzle fanatics and looking for their next fix this is the game to keep your focused for a bargain price tag.

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Culture Japan Night London with Danny Choo

Over the years, Japan Foundation have become well known for their hands on approach to showcasing Japanese culture by bring over great guests, providing top notch workshops and curating exciting film festivals.

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Review: Senran Kagura Burst

When looking at the range of games on the 3DS that have been released this year, there’s nothing quite like the unique, and sometimes divisive Senran Kagura Burst, from Marvellous AQL and PQube.

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