Everybody gets jealous, even those who are as cool as a cucumber. Despite looking like nothing troubles her, Tsukasa does have her fair share of insecurities. With Nasa now working at an all-girls school, her pining for her husband becomes

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For thrills and chills, nothing beats a theme park. You have your roller coasters, haunted houses, and merry-go-rounds that bring plenty of joy for all. Unfortunately, when the Sakamoto family heads to a wonderland of fun, the rides aren’t the

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Out of all of the game genres Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid could’ve invaded, the last one I would’ve expected was a bullet hell shoot ‘em up. Yet here I am, staring at Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid: Burst Forth!! Choro-gon☆ Breath,

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