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Record of Agarest War: Mariage Review (PC)

Maidens, Monsters, Magic, and Marriage? Don’t threaten me with a good time!     Record of Agarest War, the strategic role-playing series with dating sim elements. It seems like it has been quite a while since we have gotten a game from this series, in the US. It has…
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Re-Legion Review (PC)

The road to Hell is paved with good intentions. In the original Age Of Empires, one of the most memorable missions involved using a lone Babylonian priest to build an entire nation and army through the process of conversion. Even in that game’s skirmishes, using priests to build an…

Rainswept Review (PC)

Crime, Chain-Smoking and Small Town Comfort     Maybe I’ve missed something major over the course of my life, but I wanted to ask where the brooding detective in the beige trench coat comes from? Has it always been the standard uniform, or did one guy start it and…

Arcade Spirits Review (PC)

Retro Romance     Western visual novels have always been a bit of an oddity to me. Or, more accurately, it’s the Western VNs that look like they’re from the West (after all, the West is responsible for games like Doki Doki Literature Club) that have always struck me as odd.…

The Eternal Castle: Remastered Review (PC)

Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep     The Eternal Castle: Remastered is an admittedly bizarre game with an even more bizarre backstory. Describing itself as “a remake of the original ‘Eternal Castle‘ from 1987,” you’re probably thinking that this is a remake of a very old game — which is…

Iris.Fall Review (PC)

Falling for Iris     Brevity, as they say, is the soul of wit. It’s a sign of eloquence to be able to say more with fewer words. Iris.Fall takes this maxim to the extreme by telling a completely wordless story about a girl living in an orphanage awoken…

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