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Doujin bundle: Seven Japanese indie games for cheap

Oct 16 // Kyle MacGregor
   @DtoidKyle

Sexy pigeons!

Groupees has returned with another cornucopia of strange and wonderful independently-developed games from Japan. The service's latest bundle features seven doujinsoft titles, which can be acquired in pairs of your choosing for as little as $1.50. 

Shoot-'em-ups make up the bulk of the package. In addition to the incredibly esoteric Hellsinker, the set boasts an assortment of STGs from the catalog of Nyu Media, including KamuieXceed 2nd: Vampire RexeXceed 3rd: Jade Penetrate Black Package, and new release Armed Seven.

A pair of visual novels round out the set for those looking to do something other than blast everything in sight. Now, I'd hate to just gloss over the anime-styled murder mystery Higurashi When They Cry, but that's exactly what I'm going to do because Hatoful Boyfriend is an otome dating sim about pigeons. Yeah, you read that correctly. Pigeons! Something so fantastically bizarre can't help but engender curiosity. I think you know what to do.

Let's Build a Doujin Bundle 2 [Groupees]


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