Review Corpse Party: Blood Drive

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Since it is Halloween week, let’s talk about a recently released horror game that you may not know about. Corpse Party: Blood Drive came out of nowhere with seemingly no marketing behind it. The first two Corpse Party games were localized on the PSP and now Blood DriveĀ is out close the chapter of Heavenly Host.

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Review Persona 4: Dancing All Night

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It seems like the Investigation Team can’t catch a break. They solved a supernatural murder investigation, fought in two fighting tournaments and where even sent back in time. Now in Persona 4: Dancing All Night they find themselves defeating evil with the power of song and dance. Is this rhythm game a good look for Persona?

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Trailers Trailers From Last Week 5/31/2015 – Time to go to war

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What else is there to say about Arkham Knight at this point. I just want it to come out but this new gameplay trailer is showing off more of the Batmobile. This is probably the most versatile Batmobile that I’ve seen. When engaged in the massive tank shoot out it can track the trajectory of enemy fire and drive in all directions like a helicopter. Best of all, it can do donuts.

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Review Round-Up Guacamelee: STCE, Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack and Shovel Knight

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I’ve been behind on review again, not because I haven’t been play any games. The games I’ve been playing aren’t necessarily recent. Guacamelee and Shovel Knight have recently gotten second winds due to going cross platform. Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack is a Vita launch title (made by the developer behind Guacamelee) and MonsterBag was a free PS Vita game from April. Let’s just say that I’ve had a lot of great gaming in the past little while.

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Trailers Trailers From Last Week 5/10/2015 – Bikini zombie slayers

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I remember hearing about Oneechanbara on the Wii and how it was a complete mess. The gratuitous violence and cheesecake sex appeal is a weird combination that isn’t really that uncommon coming from Japan. This does look a lot better than its last outing in the NA region. Hopefully this will be a great game so you can defend yourself when people scoff you for buying a pandering game like this.

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Trailers Trailers From Last Week 3/15/2015 – Halloween comes early

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Jason Voorhees has become the latest horror movie icon to become a playable character for the upcoming Mortal Kombat X. Freddy Krueger has a quick character with a lot of tools in Mortal Kombat 9. I wonder if Jason will have the same level of threat.
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Review Citizens of Earth

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2015-01-21-115430It’s not every day that you get to play the Vice President of Earth but in Citizens of Earth you get to live out this dream. This Earthbound inspired RPG is a politically satirical experience that has the Vice President solve the people’s problem with only a lot of violence. Does he have your vote?

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Trailers Trailers from Last Week 2-1-2015

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Missed a trailer update last week but here’s a new handful of trailers for you. There a little bit of old, a little bit of new and stuff already on sale.

The Order continues to look very fun. While it’s doesn’t look like it’s doing too much new in the gameplay department the Victorian mixed with Hellboy is a great setting for a game.

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Review Steamworld Dig

Written by Twisted Ideas steamworlddig_rusty_banner_big Originally released on the 3DS eShop and eventually steam in 2013 SteamWorld Dig eventually found a new home on the PS Vita and PS4 and more recently the Wii U. SteamWorld Dig is about a robotic mining robot in the wild west. He’s dig into the mines of Tumbletown to discover its secrets while fighting creatures and avoiding traps that may lurk in the depths. Is SteamWorld Dig a buried treasure? Continue reading

Review Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd

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Hatsune Miku and her gang have made a return overseas with a whole new set of music, dancing and costumes. This fast paced, colorful rhythm game brings back the charm rhythm games used to have before Dance Dance Revolution, Gutiar Hero and Rock Band standardized rhythm games in their heyday. Is -Project DIVA F- 2nd worth a second look?

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