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This Week In Imports: Oninaki Explores Dungeons With Mary Skelter 2

By Alistair . August 18, 2019 . 5:30pm

The big game this week is Oninaki, Square Enix and Tokyo RPG Factory’s latest action RPG that has you watching over the world of the living and dead in order to continue the cycle of reincarnation.

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This Week In Imports: Metal Wolf Chaos XD Goes In Guns Blazing

By Alistair . August 4, 2019 . 5:30pm

The big new (?) release of the week is Metal Wolf Chaos XD, an HD remaster of the most patriotic video game by FromSoftware to ever exist.

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This Week In Imports: Have The Time Of Your (Omega) Labyrinth Life

By Alistair . July 29, 2019 . 6:00pm

This week, the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 are being greeted with a bountiful harvest in the form of Omega Labyrinth Life, the latest title in the Omega Labyrinth roguelike series.

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This Week In Imports: Rune Emblem la Kill 2020

By Alistair . July 21, 2019 . 5:30pm

The latest Fire Emblem game, Fire Emblem: Three Houses, is set to release this week, with Rune Factory 4 Special, Kill la Kill: IF, and more right with it.

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This Week In Imports: Touhou, Meet Marvel

By Alistair . July 14, 2019 . 5:30pm

This week sees the release of Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order exclusively on Nintendo Switch, butting heads with Touhou fangame Touhou Genso Wanderer: Lotus Labyrinth.

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This Week In Imports: God Eater 3 Comes For Nintendo Switch

By Alistair . July 7, 2019 . 5:30pm

This week’s biggest release is a port of God Eater 3 to the Nintendo Switch, bringing the latest game to a portable format once more. Experience dungeon crawler Azure-Winged Chevalier also releases digitally.

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This Week In Imports: Shadowbringer’s Final Battle Against The Titans

By Alistair . June 30, 2019 . 5:30pm

This week’s biggest Japanese releases are a bit unusual, given that they are both expansions to previous big game releases – Final Fantasy XIV and Attack on Titan 2.

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This Week In Imports: Samurai Showdown Against Italian Plumbers

By Alistair . June 23, 2019 . 5:30pm

This week sees one of SNK’s top franchises return to wage war against a pair of plumbers with the power to create their own stages however they want in Super Mario Maker 2.

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This Week In Imports: Which Is Scarier? Yo-kai Or Yakuza?

By Alistair . June 16, 2019 . 5:30pm

The big new game this week is Yo-kai Watch 4, the latest game which brings together every protagonist in an adventure that spans four worlds. Meanwhile, Yakuza 5 is being rereleased on PS4.

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This Week In Imports: Wholesome Farming & Stealth Releases

By Alistair . June 13, 2019 . 5:00pm

This Week In Imports is a bit late this week, but that just means we also get to cover all the stealth releases this week as well!

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This Week In Imports: Everybody Goes VR Golfing

By Alistair . June 2, 2019 . 5:30pm

While North America and Europe have been able to enjoy Everybody’s Golf VR since late May, Japan is only finally getting the game this week. The week is also peppered with light digital download seasoning.

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This Week In Imports: Otome Saves The Day

By Alistair . May 26, 2019 . 5:30pm

This week is a bit of a dry week in Japan, with an Otomate brand otome visual novel being the highlight.

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This Week In Imports: Team Sonic Races Against Resident Evil Ports

By Alistair . May 19, 2019 . 5:30pm

Although the Western version came out in the lead, Team Sonic Racing is undoubtedly this week’s Japanese release highlight, followed by several Resident Evil ports to Switch, and some more.

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This Week In Inports: Guilty Gear And Castlevania Return For Another Bout

By Alistair . May 12, 2019 . 5:30pm

These week sees the release of several classic games collections, including one for Castlevania and one for Guilty Gear. There’s also Ys Memories of Celceta which is seeing a port onto PS4.

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This Week In Imports: Kemco Takes The Spotlight

By Alistair . May 5, 2019 . 5:30pm

With Japan still recovering from post-holiday depression, this week there aren’t any big titles that are seeing release in Japan. Instead, there are a couple of Kemco games coming out digitally, and a bit more.

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