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Review: Eat Beat Deadspike-san

Last week, Arc System Works suddenly announced and released the English version of their BlazBlue spin-off rhythm game, Eat Beat DeathSpike-San which has been available in Japan for Android and iOS.

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Review: Rozen Maiden: Ouvertüre

Rozen Maiden: Ouvertüre is the two part OVA that sits somewhere between Rozen Maiden and Rozen Maiden: Traumend.  Set in Victorian England, Ouvertüre tells the story of Suigintou and Shinku’s first meeting and how Suigintou’s almost irrational hatred for Shinku developed.

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Review: Criminal Girls Invite Only !

NISA are well known for bringing an array of Japanese, niche games to Europe and America, with one of their latest offerings, ‘Criminal Girls Invite Only’ tantalising our senses with beautiful art and interesting concepts.

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Review: Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart

After years of being stuck on the sidelines, Noire takes charge and journeys across the world while amassing an army of friends along the way in HyperDevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart.

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Review: Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed [PS4]

To anyone who’s lived, worked or visited Akihabara in recent years, you’d probably think of the popular district of tokyo filled with tech shops, electronics, arcades, and more recently, anime and moe culture.

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Review: Gat out of Hell

Gat out of Hell carries on the Saints Row tradition of being absolutely mental, but sadly seems to fall short of its potential.  The story starts with an Ouija board session gone wrong at Kinzie’s birthday party on the spaceship.

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Review: Blast of Tempest – Part 1

In “Blast of Tempest”, magic and sorcery exist in the modern world. I found myself extremely excited about the plot when I first looked into this anime.

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Review: Saints Row IV: Re-Elected

The story of Saints Row IV: Re-Elected is…well bonkers really.  You start off with a dramatic mission in Russia to prevent antagonist Cyrus Temple from launching a nuclear warhead aimed for the Oval Office, complete with Aerosmith singing ‘I    don’t wanna miss a thing’ as you tear it apart midflight.

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Review: Persona 4 Arena Ultimax

Persona 4 Arena is one of the biggest fighting games introduced to the Arcades/Consoles; having spot light attention at EVO with some of the greatest matches.

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Review: Devil Survivor 2 – The Animation

Although I’ve heard a lot of things about the “Devil Survivor” series, I’ve never actually played any of the games. It’s probably a good thing in this case, as it means I didn’t have any bias when watching the anime based on Devil Survivor 2.

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Review: Battle Princess of Arcadias

One day after much grinding in the netherworld of Disgaea, I found Plume a cameo DLC characters to add to the game. An energetic and beloved princess from an alternate world called the Schwert Kingdom, Plume displays amazing prowess in battle, and also commands armies.

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Review: The Crew

Ubisoft over the years has made a decent reputation within the gaming industry for producing robust tactical action games being Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry and multiple Tom Clancy’s titles.  However, it seems that when they try to implicate their talents to make a driving game, the results seem to fall flat a little.

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Review: Usagi Drop Colllection

Usagi Drop (or Bunny Drop in English) is an 11 episode long series filled with laughter, sadness and love.  People who like heart moving story lines should definitely give this a try.

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Review: Volgarr the Viking

I never found myself giving high praise to games such as Dark Souls. I often find them to have mediocre designs and never to enjoy the extreme difficulty.

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Review: Hatsune Miku Project Diva F 2nd

The popular Vocaloid character, Domino’s Pizza spokesperson and Digital Diva, Hatsune Miku has returned to western shores in the latest Project Diva game, Project Diva F 2nd.

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Review: Hakuoki: Stories of the Shinsengumi

The Hakuoki game series by Idea Factory is a hugely popular franchise in Japan with currently 16 games on most consoles and now has a manga and anime series.

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Review: Senran Kagura Bon Appétit!

Not long after making their western debut on the Vita, the Senran Kagura shinobi are back in a more different approach to the series in the rhythm/cooking mash-up: Senran Kagura Bon Appétit.

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