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Persona Q Makes Its English Debut with Two New Trailers

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At long last, Atlus has finally shown off the first English footage of Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth, which releases on November 25th for the Nintendo 3DS. Two new trailers let us get to see the protagonist from Persona 3 and the protagonist from Persona 4 in action, complete with English text and voice […]

Nintendo Announces New 3DS

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This morning, in a Japanese Nintendo Direct broadcast, Nintendo revealed their 3DS revision – the New 3DS (and the New 3DS XL). A la the iPad a few years ago, Nintendo is not calling this new model anything but a new model. That said, it does add some very nice features to the system. The […]

Import Impressions: Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late

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Capcom, Arc System Works, Netherrealm, Namco Bandai. Whenever we see a new fighting game, it’s often by the same developers we’re used to. With French Bread and Ecole Software’s new game for the PlayStation 3, Under Night in-Birth exe: Late (commonly called UNieL or UNiB), a new challenger enters the home console fighting game market. […]

Shovel Knight Review: A Treasure of the Past

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Retro-influenced 2D platformers are a common subset of indie games these days. A chiptune soundtrack, and 8-bit graphics try to capture the old feel of classics from the past, but sometimes, a lot of these games just feel uninspired and generic. However, every now and then, there is a gem. And Yacht Club Games’s Shovel […]

Rogue Legacy Joins the Playstation Family Later This Month

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Cellar Door Games has announced that their hit rogue-like, Rogue Legacy, will finally be releasing on Playstation platforms in just a few weeks. Rogue Legacy came out on PC in early 2013, but its console debut will put it on PS3, PS4, and Vita as well. Rogue Legacy lets you explore a treacherous castle where […]

E3 2014: Killer Instinct: Season 2 reveals first character, TJ Combo

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Microsoft has unveiled the first character of  Killer Instinct: Season 2. Returning from the first two games is heavyweight champion TJ  Combo. TJ is back in the ring with a vengeance to take out Ultratech once and for all. TJ Combo is playable on the show floor and uses boxing moves to fight his opponents. […]

E3 2014: What to Expect from Nintendo

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Last year at E3, Nintendo pulled out all the stops. Games like Super Smash Bros., Mario Kart 8, and Super Mario 3D World were the sort of titles the suffering Wii U needed. 2013 also marked the first year Nintendo did not hold a press conference at E3. Instead, they opted to broadcast information in […]

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F Review: In Tune

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For North American gamers, being a fan of Japanese products can often be somewhat of a struggle. Most Japanese games don’t come to the states, and the ones that do suffer large delays. It’s hard on consumers to see games they want but cannot get. The Hatsune Miku series is no exception to this rule. […]

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f Dances Onto PlayStation Vita

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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f, the rhythm game featuring music from vocaloid Hatsune Miku has arrived on the Vita. The game arrived on the PS3 for North American fans in August, but the Vita version never made its way over even though it’s been out in Japan for a couple of years. Luckily, though, SEGA […]

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Review – Hope is Over

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Games these days try to put a focus on their stories. Telling a good tale often takes precedence over gameplay. However, many times this is a game’s downfall. Pretty graphics and celebrity voice actors can only go so far when making a compelling video game. Luckily, Spike Chunsoft breaks these trends with Danganronpa: Trigger Happy […]