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Review: One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3

“I left it all out there, in that place!” This is the third game in the series inspired by and using loosely the same system as Dynasty Warriors but in the One Piece world. Is the third game a welcome addition? Yes.

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Review: Fairy Fencer F

I know we are expected to relate to the main character of any story but I assure you, you will have more desire to go through this epic quest then our protagonist.

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Review: Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward

This is the big expansion that people was waiting for in Final Fantasy XIV, putting emphasis on the Holy See of Ishgard, the frozen city in the fear of constant attacks from dragonkin.

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Review: Deception IV: Nightmare Princess

[The PS4 version of the game was used for this review] Tecmo Koei’s sadistic strategy game is back with a vengeance!  Does anybody remember the board game ‘Mouse Trap’ from when they were kids.

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Review: J-Stars Victory Vs+

Arriving in a release which would have seemed impossible not too long ago, J-Stars Victory Vs+ is the latest fighting game in the Shonen Jump game series and the first to be released in english and outside of Japan.

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Review: Tembo the Badass Elephant

Charging on to the scene with his best Rambo gear and bird companion, Tembo the Badass Elephant channels the iconic platforming action of generations past back when vibrant 2D character platformers were as plentiful, almost as much as generic war shooters have been on recent consoles.

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Review: Godzilla

In his current gen debut, Godzilla comes roaring to Playstation 4 in this new game from Bandai Namco.

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Review: Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven

Do you have the power? Are you the one? Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven is the latest RPG by Marvelous (Rune Factory 4 and Senran Kagura) Localised by XSEED. It follows the story of “Insert your name here” Eduard (I went with his default name of Luchs here.

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Review: Ar No Surge Plus

In this updated release for the PlayStation Vita, Ar No Surge Plus is the newly released port of the original Ar No Surge: Ode to an Unborn Star, which was released for PS3 back in 2014.

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Review: Splatoon

When I first heard the announcement of Splatoon, the first thing that came to mind was a kid’s game that was on SMTV many years ago, but in fact, Splatoon is Nintendo’s first third person shooter on the Wii U.

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Review: Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth3: V Generation

Once again, we return to the world of Gaminsudstri In Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth3: V Generation, the remake of HDN Victory on the PS3. In the original release, Victory brought a wide range of improvements to the series, which were then used as the basis for the Re;Birth games.

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Review: Final Fantasy Type-0 HD

Originally a PSP exclusive in Japan back in 2011, Final Fantasy Type-0 has received a HD release on the Playstation 4 and Xbox One, with a PC release also in the pipeline.

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Review: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

[The PS4 Version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was used for this review] The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt picks up from the previous story, with Geralt now alone and searching for Ciri, his adopted daughter, last of the Elder Blood, and general badass.

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Review: Omega Quintet

As the new generation consoles are still growing, many companies are trying to move on from PS3 & Xbox 360 to the PS4 and Xbox One.

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Review: Otorimonogatari

Following on with the Monogatari series, Otorimonogatari revolves around Nadeko, a shy girl that with friends with Koyomi Araragi’s younger sisters.  She first appeared in the first season (Bakemonogatari) with the snake spirit taking over her body and close to death at one point.

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Review:  Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters

In Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters, the gameplay is a combination of traditional Visual Novel storytelling and Strategy RPG.  Interactions with Characters move the story along at a relaxing pace while you learn more about the Gate Keepers and your team mates.

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Review: Mario Party 10

As the first entry of the long-running series on Wii U, Mario Party 10 brings more of the chaotic party game experience but in smaller and more watered down servings than its earlier predecessors. Now in its 10 iteration, Mario Party has been going on for well over a decade, beginning back on the N64.

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