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AkSys Games announces 2D throwback fighter Blazing Strike

Publisher AkSys Games is feeling the 1990s with the announcement of its brand new fighting title, Blazing Strike. Taking the genre back to its roots, Blazing Strike promises heavy-hitting, 2D, pixel-based throwdowns when it launches on PC a...

 
 
 
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Let's watch the New Game+ Expo stream together

With no E3 this year, the gaming community has had to make do with a hodgepodge of different streams, surprise reveals, and sudden announcements that have kept the writing staff of Destructoid on its toes. Some shows have been worth the wai...

 
 
 
 
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Mikage and Aksys Games partner up for mystery PS5 project

Blooming Japanese developer Mikage LLC has announced that it has signed with publisher Aksys Games to work on a mystery project for the upcoming PlayStation 5 platform, along with ports for PS4, PC, Nintendo Switch and VR.Mikage is the deve...

 
 
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Spend Halloween with the Ghost Parade, launching October 31

AkSys Games has announced a release date for Ghost Parade, a spooky-cute metroidvania adventure from Indonesian studio Lentara. Fittingly, this tale of a haunted woodland will arrive on PS4, PC and Nintendo Switch on October 31, Halloween.G...

 
 
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Little Dragons Cafe is winging its way to PC later this month

AkSys Games has announced that culinary adventure game Little Dragons Cafe will be making its way to PC on November 15, following on from its release on PS4 and Nintendo Switch back in August this year.Little Dragons Cafe tells the sweet st...

 
 
 
 
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Review: Little Dragons Cafe

Very recently, a co-worker of mine passed away. His death was sudden. Though he struggled with his health in the past, he recovered and was looking forward to his retirement at the end of the year. I’ve only been at my current job for...

 
 
 
 
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Review: School Girl/Zombie Hunter

This is a game that knows exactly what it is. Even the title doesn’t leave a hell of a lot to the imagination. You’ve got school girls, and you’ve got zombies. These high school ladies don’t appear to be too worried ...

 
 
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Review in Progress: School Girl/Zombie Hunter

I’ve never played any “sexy" Japanese games before, so School Girl/Zombie Hunter signifies the very first time that I’ve dipped my toes into the genre. Needless to say, these impressions, as well as the inevitable fol...

 
 
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Review: Creeping Terror

When Paranormal Activity became an international blockbuster it ushered in a highly profitable era of B horror films. Since then cineplexes have been inundated with cheaply produced, easily marketable and quickly forgotten horror films. Blu...

 
 
 
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Drive Girls pulled over, delayed, in North America

The Vita is still kicking and so are the anime girl transformers, Drive Girls. However, while the game was originally slated for an August 11 release in the United States, it has been pushed back nearly a month and will now release on Sept...

 
 
 
 
 
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Review: Tokyo Xanadu

In 1980, while dancing around what can only be described as the second gayest roller rink ever caught on film, Kira – aka Terpsichore, aka one of the nine Muses, aka the goddess of dance and music – sang of a place nobody dared ...

 
 
 
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Voice acting doesn't necessarily improve 999

I have been in love with the Zero Escape series since former Destructoid editor Tony Ponce reviewed the first game in the franchise, Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, seven years ago. He gave it a well deserved 10/10 and after reading t...

 
 




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Dreggsao

Stopped playing Metroid: Fusion because it is Am playing Bowsers Inside Story now which is just Castlevania - Aria of Sorrow also seems to be a good Any recommendations for DS and GBA?

 
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#Caturday another bum moved

 
Gimic300

Grit my teeth through level 4 of I really, really wish playing it didnt feel like wasting time, but it

 
ShadeOfLight

Also mermaid friend! Unfortunately shes quite tricky to take good picture of, but its a great model that turned out Designed by Chen Xiao

 
Kerrik52

As a kid, I was always excited whenever video games turned up in But nothing caught my attention like these Fox Kids Its impressive how good they look for the They even display some game design despite being

 
ShadeOfLight

Had to take a little bit of a break due to everything happening at once, but things are definitely looking My new article is getting underway, were progressing on getting me a teaching contract, and I just got my first vaxx this morning!

 
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Lord Spencer

Weekly Update, here are the games I am currently I am going to review those within brackets once completed: - -Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana(Switch) -Hollow Knight (Switch) -Persona 5 Royal (PS4)

 
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