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Oct 2, 2021

Melty Blood: Type Lumina's origins have never been officially released in Korea. So the reality is that the game is really for those who are already familiar with the original story and characters, as this title won't justify the full arc of the plot. But still, the game is more like a reboot of the existing fighting game and those who aren't really into competitive fighting games can still enjoy all the single player contents within the game. As this is their first initiative in Korean localization, it provides hopes of streamlining the Type-Moon franchise to have a place in Korea.

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Sep 26, 2021

For the Nintendo Switch owners, who also happen to be fans of Dragonball Z franchise, one of the best of all has now become available for the popular handheld. New addition of difficulty adjustments allow you to enjoy the game as close as the original manga’s anointed amount of power levels for each character and new story contents will let you extend the play time up to 50 hours of gameplay. But if you’re new to the immense world of DBZ, there will be several obstacles that may bring some disappointments. It’s a fitting game to remind you of the grand sentiments that you felt from the original animated series.

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9 / 10.0 - Hades
Aug 29, 2021

You’re going to equip various weapons and receive endless blessings from other Gods while doing your best to escape hell, guarded by your father, Hades. The difficulty hike is no joke and tutorials that kicks you right into middle of hell (literally) would be the first obstacle for those who’re new to rogue-like action genre, but once you get your grip and get used to its mechanics, you’ll be willing to melt away your time like an unattended ice cream left out in the depth of hell. While many rogue-like games suffer from meaningless retries and lack of reward rebalancing, Hades rewards those who keep trying by providing you with more questions and stories to uncover. There are plenty of hardcore modes for the heart of steel gamers who’d like some neverending challenge as well. Fans of hack & slash must try this game out.

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Aug 26, 2021

Slightly lacking in the ‘well made FPS game’ title, but if you’re looking for a sniper specific style of game, it’s well worth the experience. Like the title suggests, it’s a fine sniping FPS game which suits those who just want to sit back and take out enemies from afar.

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Aug 15, 2021

The graphics are simple but it’s enough to present the changes of the environment and climate with its colorful visions all while flying around the world. Players will emerge into the immense world of secrets and follow its interesting story. You may feel a little bit of emptiness after you’ve solved the mysteries and find yourself with nothing else to do in the end.

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Aug 13, 2021

Ruvato: Original Complex First half of the game doesn’t really deliver the interactions from the action sequences. There are glitches that even if you parry an incoming attack, the follow up doesn’t damage the enemies. There are no options to check your buttons settings or go into tutorial mode. While there are many flaws of the game, once you figure out the enemy placements within the stage, using parry attacks to plow through them while upgrading your stats, provide a fun and speedy experience that you weren’t able to see from other similar titles. That’s actually enough for you to enjoy what Ruvato brings up to the table.

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Aug 10, 2021

This game is designed to use the Gyro controls of the Nintendo Switch. There are single and multiplayer modes as a choice but neither delivers any decent experiences due to the clunky controls of the Gyro. Rather than trying to beat the game, it’s better off to see cute and funny interactions with the loveable sea creatures that appear in the game.

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Aug 9, 2021

This is the final installation of the Mary Skelter series. While it’s unfortunate that there hasn’t been much of a retouch since the previous title, the new storyline makes up for it all. If you’re a true fan who’ve been following since its beginning, this is your chance to check out the true ending of the epic tale. This new story continues from the ending of the last title, so if you haven’t experienced the earlier days of the story, make sure to check out the ‘Before Story’ segment to fill you up on its past.

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Aug 8, 2021

A cute graphics mix up that views the apocalypse and the last girl left in the world. This roguelike game allows you to decorate Toriko and the Terrarium they’re living in. Dungeons are always a thrill along with the short but shocking story that will make you focus on the game even more than usual.

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Aug 6, 2021

Even if you mix all the aspects that provide fun in games, the end product may not be the most fun at all. Nothing should ever be too much or too amplified from their original purpose. Hunters Arena has all of the above. In the end, it failed to capture what it’s destined to be and has become a cluster of nothing special.

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