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Review: Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX

In the latest Hatsune Miku game to grace our shores, the blue-haired virtual idol makes her western debut on the Nintendo 3DS in the form of Project Mirai DX.

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Review: Amnesia: Memories

Amnesia follows the story of your unnamed heroine (all the better to project onto), as she seeks to recover her memories after losing them thanks to an unexpected collision with mysterious spirit Orion.

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Review: Lost Dimension

“There is a traitor among us…” In a dystopian future, you are sent into a life or death struggle with The End, a seemingly insane maniac with the power to destroy the world on his own.

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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.

Podcast

Otaku Nation Episode 62 – Even more events!

(Original recording 19th August 2015)   This episode we watched: – Himouto! Umaru-chan We also talk about the events we’ve been too recently including Nine Worlds and International Sailor Moon Day. Also the recent Anime League meet up discussion http://media.

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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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Otaku Nation UK Episode 61 – Busy, busy, busy!!

(Original recording 4th August 2015)   This episode we watched: Monster Musume Overlord   We also talk about Aisha’s time at LFCC, Harriett’s fun weekend at Kitacon and the upcoming Nine Worlds event this weekend http://media.blubrry.

News

Press Release: Fairy Fencer F hits Steam August 4th

After several months of waiting, Fairy Fencer F is finally coming to Steam, following it’s original PC announcement last year. Next month (next week actually) Idea Factory International will be bringing Fairy Fencer F to Steam, along with a special launch offer for those who buy the game during the launch window.

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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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