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Less than five minutes after the first episode of GAMERS! started, I had a broad grin on my face. This, it was abundantly clear, was a show put together by people who understood gaming. People who understood why people play, why they feel so passionate…

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Roguelikes have been around for many years now, but in recent years we’ve seen an explosion in popularity of more accessible games that present a friendlier face to this notoriously obtuse genre. Well-received Western indie titles such as Spelunky, Rogue…

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With today’s news about the suicide of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington, I thought now might be a good idea to share a very personal piece I wrote a while back on my now-defunct personal blog. Its link to Bennington is tenuous at best, I’ll freely…

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Granblue Fantasy is filled with an enormous variety of awesome characters, most of whom are playable characters that can be drawn in the gacha. From the very outset, though, you have two faithful companions who never leave your side: the protagonist’s…

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Final Fantasy is probably one of the best-known names in the JRPG genre. And yet even within this long-running series there are titles which have had more attention than others. Everyone can vouch for the quality (or at least impact) of Final Fantasy…

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The concept of the “fandisc” is a curiously Japanese phenomenon that allows fans to engage with their favourite works in alternative ways, and for creators to celebrate the success of a work without making a full-blown sequel. The closest equivalent we…

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Since starting to play Fate/Grand Order, I’ve cleared the prologue story chapter and moved into the next Singularity… but from thereon I haven’t made a great deal of progress in the narrative. The reason for this is that I’m finding Fate/GO’s core battle…

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And so we come to Nekopara vol. 1, the first of this series of popular eroge, and the beginning of a worldwide phenomenon. Except that’s not quite accurate; while Nekopara vol. 1 was indeed the first place that many fans came across this series —…

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A recent article published by PlayStation Lifestyle suggested that Senran Kagura creator Kenichiro Takaki has considered toning down the fanservice elements of his most famous series. Speaking with the site, Takaki-san reportedly said that he had pondered…

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One of the best things about the Mega Drive — and one of the aspects that makes it a system so enjoyable to revisit — is the prevalence of unabashedly arcade-style games — and indeed arcade ports — in its catalogue. Namco’s Burning Force is a particularly…
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