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Punch Line coming west to PS4 and Vita, courtesy of PQube

If there ever was an argument against animation being art, it's Punch Line. The anime/game combo written by Infinity and Zero Escape creator, Kotaro Uchikoshi, appeals to base desires. There's the tension of a world-ending catastrophe. Ther...

 
 
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PQube Games is spreading the Muv-Luv to Vita this year

Muv-Luv is a game I immediately confuse with Moe Chronicle everytime it's brought up. I don't know why I do that, I just do. So consider my surprise when I heard PQube Games, publishers of such wholesome titles as Gal*Gun: Double ...

 
 
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Review: Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory

A little over twenty years ago now, Digimon would hit the scene in the form of a spinoff series of Tamagotchi toys. Following their popularity would come an animated series, the combined success of which sent these digital monsters to new f...

 
 
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(Update) Why does Australia hate boobs so much?

[Update: PQube responded to our request for comment with the following statement: Regarding the situation with Omega Labyrinth Z in Australia, we’re not really surprised, unfortunately. Australia has always been one of the more conse...

 
 
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Review: Xenon Valkyrie+

As a child of the '80s and '90s, the retro revival of 8- and 16-bit games has been a blessing for me. I love the look, the style, and the mechanics of these titles and absolutely gobble them up when I can. In fact, I've consumed so many of ...

 
 
 
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Super Robot Wars X announced for 2018

During its previously announced stream this morning, Bandai Namco announced the newest entry into the Super Robot Wars franchise. Titled Super Robot Wars X, the mecha crossover will be releasing on March 29, 2018 in Japan, while a version w...

 
 
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Surprise! 2064: Read Only Memories is out now on Vita

So the last time we heard about the PlayStation Vita port of the hit indie game 2064: Read Only Memories, things weren't looking so good. There were problems in the development process and last summer the game was delayed indefinitely, alon...

 
 
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Banner Saga Vita port finally canceled

After over two years in development, The Banner Saga publisher Versus Evil announced via a blog post that the game's PlayStation Vita port has officially been canceled.  They sent word out in a tweet last night.

 
 
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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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Review: Cladun Returns: This is Sengoku!

I have hit a wall with Cladun Returns: This is Sengoku! No, not a progression wall forcing me to grind my way through poorly designed stages just to move on. I hit that hours ago. The wall I am currently at the base of is the “care wa...

 
 
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New version of Steins;Gate in the works

It’s Memorial Day weekend here in the states, which means you probably shouldn’t expect a lot of gaming news out of American companies until Tuesday at the earliest. That means you also won’t be hearing much from games jou...

 
 
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Review: Deemo: The Last Recital

A few weeks ago, a very smart man wrote a very stupid article arguing games should move past the idea they are a vehicle for storytelling that could rival film, television, and literature. I wish not to start that debate again other than to...

 
 
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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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Review: Dynasty Warriors Godseekers

Porting a game to a less powerful platform takes dedication to get right. With so many Japanese PS4 games also showing up on the Vita, developers have to make the effort to ensure both versions are worth the asking price. It’s been do...

 
 
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Atlus' two new games have a name I can't pronounce

I've recently done the math and figured out that I'll be commuting to and from work for three hours a day. Including work and my lunch, that's approximately 12 hours a day that will be spent going to work, working, and coming home from work...

 
 
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Review: Demetrios: The Big Cynical Adventure

There’s something admirable about a single person creating a work of art. Be it a film, a song, a piece of animation, or a video game, you have to respect the vision and work ethic of these individuals who do by themselves what teams ...

 
 
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Musou Stars trailer features musou and stars

With the DLC for Hyrule Warriors finally complete, I now look forward to finding and becoming completely engrossed by my next musou obsession. Dragon Quest Heroes didn't quite tickle my fancy the way I thought it would, but if thi...

 
 
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Shoot anime girls in their underwear in Gun Gun Pixies

I recently moved back home with my parents and, for the last week and a half, have been making due without internet access in the house because they're old and live in the sticks. The only access I have is one spot outside of town where my ...

 
 
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Review: Yomawari: Night Alone

There is only one proper way to play a horror video game, just as there is only one proper way to watch a horror movie: with the lights off. In order for horror to work, you have to invest yourself in it. You have allow yourself to be scare...

 
 
 
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Sephiroth looks so cute when he's destroying the world

Pending any delays, because those seem to be all the rage these days, we're a little over a month away from finally getting our hands on World of Final Fantasy. The game, aimed at kids, features a boatload of popular Final Fantasy hero...

 
 




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RIP thanks for the past eight years of me having the pleasure to enjoy (and sometimes thoroughly disagree with) your Blog incoming, once I collected my

 
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Rest in Peace The industry is weaker without his strong voice, his ability to single-handedly popularize hidden Condolences to his

 
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When someone steps on the heel of your shoe, and you #NotMyBattlefield

 
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Bloodstained Curse of the Moon is easily the best classic My God it makes me

 
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Very sad news about John I actually had an interaction on Dtoid with him and while I cant say it was pleasant, it was a nice surprise and gave me some respect for Regardless of how I felt about his views, he certainly didnt deserve

 
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I have $26 in 3DS eshop Do I buy Super Mario Land, Pokemon Sapphire, and Earthbound; All the Picross games; or take a chance on Bloodstained Curse of the Moon? Or is there another hidden gem I need to try?

 
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Wild speculation about E3 with a coworker Best crazy idea so far: Paper Mario/Rayman Legends

 
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So Ive just noticed Id even say the Voice is based somewhat on Tracer

 
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Hottest take on Battlefield V coming right up: My apathy is like a black I literally only care that incel historians are I will never play

 
 

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