Category: Playstation Reviews

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Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds Review

With many visual novels out there in production mostly for handheld consoles and Sony, it gets harder to distinguish them from one another. Nothing, however, beats the ideal romantic fantasy of choosing between 16...

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Crawl Review

Developed in the classic 8-bit format, Crawl moves way better than any other game of the same style would. You enter a dungeon trying to find your way out but kill your other three...

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We Are The Dwarves (PS4) Review

Initially released for the PC only and then ported to the Xbox One, We Are The Dwarves comes to the PlayStation 4 with a reinvented control scheme and updated graphics. Three dwarven astronauts — Forcer,...

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Root Letter Review

Root Letter, or √Letter, is another visual novel game centralized around a crime that the player needs to solve. These visual novels keep pouring out and it starts to almost all blend together but this one...

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Spheroids Review

Platforming titles have always been a challenge to gamers as soon as they begin adding in more intricate gameplay and confusing enemies to throw them off; Spheroids is no exception to this as it...

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Steins;Gate 0 Review

Visual novels are always a great escape from the typical video games on the market such as shooters and racing titles due to the wealth of information that paints their world and the artful story-telling. I...

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Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni Review

So we go down the path of another perverted game, one of my favorite kinds, in the form of Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni, created by Senran Kagura writer Kenichiro Takaki; they’re my favorite types not...

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Super Dungeon Bros Review

Enter the world of Super Dungeon Bros where the undead and spellcasters threaten the land of Rökheim and only four heroes can stop them. These four heroes are Axl, Lars, Freddie and Ozzie who...

468 total views, 2 views today

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Demetrios Review

Point and click adventures are always so simple and often times weave entertaining stories but none are as fun as Demetrios. This title follows the unfortunate tale of a young man named Bjorn Thonen...

336 total views, 2 views today

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MeiQ: Labyrinth Of Death Review

Another localized, turn-based RPG comes our way from Japan for the PlayStation Vita titled MeiQ: Labyrinth of Death featuring females with big “hearts” trying to save the world from an eternal night. These five...

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Gal*Gun: Double Peace Review

This is definitely one of the more original titles out there that have come from Japan in the most recent months. Gal*Gun: Double Peace offers players the chance at finding true love for their...

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