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Chalgyr Vokel
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Nights of Azure - PC Review
Nights of Azure originally released for PS4 in North America in early 2016, and now it has received a PC port to bless, or torment, the non-console gamers. Featuring a beautiful art style and soundtrack, Nights of Azure, while incredibly niche, is a soulful...

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Tales of Berseria - PS4 Review
Tales of Berseria is the long-awaited pseudo-prequel to 2015's Tales of Zestiria ( which we loved ). Set in the same world, Berseria takes place many centuries prior to the events of Tales of Zestiria, where the world is torn asunder by daemons during a Sca...

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Favorite female characters in video games (Part 2) - Gaming Thoughts
If there’s anything that can be said about video games over the years is that we can get attached to the coolest or the strangest characters at times. While there are plenty of awesome male characters out there, here’s what I consider my top 5 female lineup...

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Favorite female characters in video games (Part 1) - Gaming Thoughts
Over the years, there have been a good many video games that featured female characters of note. Some were protagonists, others were antagonists while others fell somewhere in between on the spectrum. Different characters resonate with us for different reas...

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Burnout 3: Takedown - Retro Reflections
I am not a big fan of racing games. On the arcades I used to play shooters, fighters and beat’em ups; I never bought a racer for my PC either. Nevertheless, I thought Burnout 3 could offer me some variety; indeed, it proved to be surprisingly entertaining. ...

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Memorable Music in Gaming #33
Friday is upon us, and that usually means either a Beeps and Beers or a Memorable Music. In this case, it is the latter. I decided to go with a very heavy RPG theme with this edition, most of them a generation back in terms of console hardware. Persona 4 Go...

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Digimon World: Next Order - PS4 Review
Fans of the Digimon world will likely enjoy this offering the most. However, this is a slower grind of a game, one that will not appeal to everyone. However, despite the very slow learning curve here, Digimon World: Next Order offers some real depth that I ...

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Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King - Retro Reflections
I have always been a fan of Japanese role playing games for their magical worlds, lovable characters and friendly combat system. Dragon Quest 8 was in my collection for a long time, waiting for its turn. Finally, one day I decided to try it; and I was amaze...

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Time Machine VR - PC / VR Review
More experience (and a educational one at that) than a game, Time Machine VR squanders a great first impression to deliver a title that has some cool ideas and polish. That being said, despite a theme around great depth, the overall gameplay here is pretty ...

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7th Dragon III Code: VFD - 3DS Review
7th Dragon III Code: VFD is a really interesting throwback to old school turn-based RPGs, that feel right at home with the older Final Fantasy or Dragon Quest games. Code “Very Fancy Durians” is the game that I didn’t know I needed to get me back into turn-...
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