Eric Kelly

GAME REVIEW | The Level of Fun is Anemic in "The Caligula Effect"

While Persona 5 has come and is likely being played by many gamers, there were definitely games released in Japan...

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GAME REVIEW | Delivering Euphoria For Your Own Good In "Gal*Gun" Sequel

While the first Gal*Gun game never made it to the West, PQUBE Games has brought its sequel Double Peace to Western...

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GAME REVIEW | Killing the Past in "The Silver Case"

Suda51 really only became known in the West around the time Killer7 came out, and even more so after the...

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GAME REVIEW | Survival Gets A Little Washed Up In "Rain World"

Rain World had intrigued me when I had first heard of it. The game looked beautiful, and had great looking...

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GAME REVIEW | Budgetvania is the Name of the Game in "Touhou Double Focus"

The Touhou series has seen many titles since its PC-98 days, but it's only recently that the humble doujin franchise...

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GAME REVIEW | More Exploration, Less Plot In "Atelier Firis"

The Atelier series are fun games, but it's not much of a secret that they are largely not all that...

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GAME REVIEW | Double-Tapping Monokuma Fun Awaits In Revamped "Danganronpa"

The first two Danganronpa games released several years ago on the Playstation Vita and PSTV. They were great visual novels that...

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GAME REVIEW | Maintaining a Balance is Key In "Even the Ocean"

Even the Ocean is a game that has some comparisons to Silhouette Mirage and Ikaruga. It involves gameplay that maintains...

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GAME REVIEW | A Detective's Side Story Awaits In Fourth "Higurashi" Chapter

The fourth chapter of the Higurashi story marks the end to the Question Arc, and works more as a bridge to...

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GAME REVIEW | PC Port Finally Puts "Disgaea" In A Good Place

Disgaea was released in North America way back in 2003 for the PS2 by the way of publisher Atlus under...

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