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Review: Umihara Kawase Fresh!

I thought we had said good-bye to Umihara Kawase. After all, the last game in the series was initially known as Yumi’s Odd Odyssey in the west, but it was later re-released under its Japanese name: Sayonara Umihara Kawase. That sounde...

 
 
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Review: Crystal Crisis

For whatever reason, Capcom has been quite reluctant to give fans a sequel to the cult classic Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo. The game has seen an HD remake and a mobile spin-off that's no longer available, but a true sequel, utilizing any ...

 
 
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The amazing Umihara Kawase series returns on Switch in 2019

The Umihara Kawase (a play on words involving a Japanese idiom about fish) series is making a comeback. After a strong showing in the '90s the series kind of retreated for a bit, only to pop back up in 2008 on the PSP, and then again on the...

 
 
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Umihara Kawase has returned to Steam

The Umihara Kawase trilogy is now back on Steam, Degica has announced. The trio of bizarre platformers disappeared from Valve's store in December after their publisher Agatsuma Entertainment went out of business earlier that month. Shortly ...

 
 
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Umihara Kawase will return to Steam soon

Umihara Kawase will "hopefully" return to Steam "this week," Degica told Destructoid today. In case you're wondering why it's making a comeback, the platformer trilogy was delisted from Valve's storefront in December following the demise of...

 
 
 
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Review: Yumi's Odd Odyssey

We truly live in a magnificent era when it comes to portables. Games we would have never imagined seeing the light of day are localized, and indies are thriving with the combination of the eShop and low development costs of the 3DS. The lat...

 
 
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Sayonara Umihara Kawase grapples for your attention

Sayonara Umihara Kawase, the third game in the Umihara Kawase series, has a new trailer to behold, mostly showing off multiple characters and their grappling hooks. This wacky third iteration includes multiple versions of the protagonist, ...

 
 




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