Monster Monpiece Review

Monster Monpiece… The game’s name may not ring any bells, but there’s a good chance you’ve heard of it. Remember that crazy Japanese game where players wank their Vitas to scantily-clad girls? Yeah, this is that game. I never imagined it would get an English localization, but sure enough, it did. It’s rare to see games like this get localized, so I figured I’d give it a shot. I couldn’t wait to get my hands, quite literally, on the game. Does the game have any depth? Or is it just eye candy with no other redeeming features? Is it really that awkward to play in public? These are the burning questions I had before going into the game. Let’s see how they turned out.


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Atelier Escha&Logy Review

Main Visual

Escha and Logy is the second installment of the Dusk series, and no less than the 15th Atelier game. If you’ve played an Atelier game before, you will know more or less what to expect, with a few twists to keep things interesting. For those that haven’t, get ready to pillage the land and decimate the wildlife all in the name of Alchemy.


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Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God

A curry world of magical girls.


About the Game
Genre: RPG

Mode: Single Player
Rating: T
Developer: Compile Heart, ZeroDiv
Publisher: Compile Heart (Japan); Aksys Games (North America)
Platform: PS Vita

Release Date: March 28, 2013 (Japan); December 10, 2013 (North America)


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Aquapazza (PS3) Review


If doujin fighting games like Melty Blood, Eternal Fighter Zero, and BIG BANG BEAT Revolve have taught us anything, it’s that eroge readers apparently really love fighters (or just want to punch Clannads in the face). Aquapazza draws upon a multitude of Leaf visual novels for its characters, so it seems like a mainstream continuation of that trend at first glance. However, it bucks the endless juggle combos and constant airdashing so commonly associated with such “anime” fighters and instead opts for a slower, Street Fighter style pace. Developer Examu has made a name for themselves through their Arcana Heart series as solid game designers and expert otaku panderers, but did their experience creating one of the most airdashiest airdashers ever translate to a solid traditional fighter?


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Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl Review

Welcome to the wonderful world of Etria (OR IS IT?)… and set sail for adventure!

Cutscene Stills (3)


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