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Super Neptunia RPG Review (Switch)

Falling Just A Little Flat     I’m going to preface this review by making something clear. I like the Neptunia franchise. I’ve been a fan of the series for a good few years now which, while that amount of time might not break any records, puts me in a comfortable…

Vectronom Review (Switch)

Roy G. Beats     Vectronom is an interesting little number. A rhythm game in the truest sense of the term, nearly every little thing that you do in Vectronom all comes down to how well you can move to the beat. But, the game would be easy if…

Project Nimbus: Complete Edition Review (Switch)

Mecha, Missiles, and Mayhem     Mecha have been a quintessential part of my upbringing. From renting Robotech (Yes, yes, I know.  I’m not exactly a fan of Harmony Gold anymore if it’s any consolation) VHS tapes while staying at my grandparent’s house over childhood summers to spending countless…

Gunlord X Review (Switch)

16-Bit Perfection       I have a confession to make: I’ve never been the biggest fan of ‘Eurostyle’ run-n-gun games. That’s not to say I have anything against the genre as a whole. It’s just I’ve always preferred the more straightforward action of games like Metal Slug and…

Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland Review (Switch)

A Step in the Right Direction     I’ve been very upfront about how big of an Atelier fan I am for quite some time. Beginning with Atelier Iris (the first in the series to hit the US) and following it up until this very point, the Atelier series is one which I’ve been following…

Lapis x Labyrinth Review (Switch)

All that Glitters is Gold     It’s funny how you can get the gist of what a game’s about while still holding a mental image of it that’s astonishingly incorrect. It’s also the best way to describe my experience with Lapis x Labyrinth. Or at least my initial experience,…

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