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Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Is More Animal Crossing Than Final Fantasy

By Spencer . February 11, 2014 . 6:00am

If you played the demo you might think Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII is packed with exciting missions like chasing Snow through a palace dungeon. While that’s a part of the game, it’s not the bulk of Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII.

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DanganRonpa Has Its Own Take On Social Links

By Jack . February 10, 2014 . 11:01pm

When things are calm in DanganRonpa, Makoto is free to explore the school and spend time with his fellow classmates.

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Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition – It’s A Beautiful Island

By Jenni . February 8, 2014 . 5:00pm

Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition is the prettiest version of the game you can possibly get. It looks gorgeous, and the level of detail is absolutely extraordinary.

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Bravely Default Has 24 Jobs, But Infinite Possibilities

By Ethan . February 6, 2014 . 9:30am

The great thing about job systems is that they can continue to feel fresh for as long as the jobs themselves break new ground. Bravely Default’s job system is no different.

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Bravely Default’s Soundtrack Sets It Apart From Its Peers

By Ethan . February 4, 2014 . 1:32pm

Bravely Default is a game that balances old and new at every turn, and nowhere is the push and pull between modern expectation and genre tradition more evident than in the soundtrack.

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Bravely Default Proves The Power Of Character

By Ethan . January 31, 2014 . 6:00pm

Sometimes, one good character is all you need.

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Bravely Default Is Your Kind Of JRPG. And Yours. And Yours, Too.

By Ethan . January 28, 2014 . 10:01am

Bravely Default offers access to a perhaps unprecedented variety of settings and allows the player to tweak the game as he or she sees fit.

Post 365459

Why We Will Always Need Shin Megami Tensei

By Ishaan . January 18, 2014 . 9:30am

Last weekend, I finally saw Shin Megami Tensei IV through to the end.

Post 365505

DanganRonpa: Let The (Murder) Games Begin

By Jack . January 13, 2014 . 5:30pm

DanganRonpa’s story begins with Makoto Naegi standing outside the imposing Hope’s Peak Academy, an elite school that only accepts the best and brightest students.

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Nintendo 3DS Guide: Louvre Is Not A Game, And That’s Not A Bad Thing

By Ethan . December 22, 2013 . 1:30pm

No complaints about Nintendo doing too much handholding here—the tutorial is wrapped up within a minute.

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Adventure Time: Explore The Dungeon – Some Questions Are Best Left Unanswered

By Jenni . December 15, 2013 . 11:00am

How is this happening? Why is this happening? Princess Bubblegum doesn’t know. Nobody does. It’s a mystery to everyone.

Post 355775

Ys: Memories of Celceta – More than a Memory

By Jenni . December 7, 2013 . 5:39pm

Ys: Memories of Celceta is a wonderful installment in the Ys series, with perfect combat and a delightful story.

Post 354571

Soulcalibur II: Still As Good As It Was, But No Better

By Jack . December 1, 2013 . 12:30pm

SoulCalibur II HD Online’s biggest feature is the addition of online play. Unfortunately, the game is sorely lacking in this department.

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Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures: More Than Meets The Eye

By Jenni . November 30, 2013 . 12:30pm

Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures is actually a lot of fun, especially if you take the unexpected creepiness of the world into account.

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Aquapazza: A Simple Fighter That Encourages Aggressive Play

By Tristan . November 28, 2013 . 5:35pm

What really makes Aquapazza unique is the Active Emotion System. The Active Emotion System, or AES for short, encourages you to go on the offensive.

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Turning Into A Cat Is The Best Idea Mario’s Had In Years

By Ethan . November 20, 2013 . 11:33am

The cat suit in Super Mario 3D World allows more and more fluid ways to do exactly what Mario does best. Move.

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