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E3 2015 | How The "Mighty" Have Risen

The release date for the hotly-anticipated Mighty No. 9, Keiji Inafune's spiritual successor to Mega Man, is drawing near. After...

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"Otaku Teacher" Vies For Greatness, Settles For Honorable Mention

YD: yearn to do. It's the way of life for most of us that have grown up in the 80s...

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"Show By Rock!!" Rolls In Various Mismanaged Directions

As avid readers and listeners can attest, I take any anime series based around music very seriously; perhaps too seriously...

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West Side Yandere Is "The Way We All Go"

With the level of interest in visual novels in the West increasing, some Western developers have sought to answer that...

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The Charming, Less Magical Twist of "Nagato Yuki-chan"

Nine years ago The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya premiered, and became an overnight sensation not just in Japan, but the...

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Many Perks Arise When You "Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon"

I'll be honest when I say that the series Is It Wrong To Try & Pick Up Girls In A...

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Pop Sandbox's "LOUD on Planet X" Hits Kickstarter

Back at PAX East a couple months back I stumbled across a Plants Vs. Zombies-styled game that featured many big...

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Kuma Shock: Why I Was Wrong About "Yurikuma Arashi"

Three months ago I wrote a scathing review of Kunihiko Ikuhara's newest anime series Yurikuma Arashi, declaring that he had...

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Skinny Lister Lets The Drinks Flow High Down "Deptford Broadway"

It was two years ago when Skinny Lister washed up on the American shores. A gang of English folk singers...

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Eroge Puzzler "HuniePop" Crushes The Candy-Coated Competition

**WARNING: WHILE THIS ARTICLE IS SAFE-FOR-WORK, THE FOLLOWING REVIEWED GAME IS INTENDED ONLY FOR PLAYERS 18 AND OLDER. READER'S DISCRETION IS...

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