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On Flowers and Wishes: What to Expect on Kintouka, Grisedge’s Upcoming BL Game

A few years after its initial announcement, Grisedge’s fantasy BL game Kintouka is finally set to be released on 17th of March 2017. The game has garnered attention among BL game enthusiasts due to the success of Grisedge’s previous BL adventure game, Galtia—and as predicted, expectations are also high. Will Kintouka manage to deliver?

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Nintendo’s New Smartphone Game, “Super Mario Run” Play Report

Nintendo will launch Super Mario Run on the Apple App Store in 151 countries on the 15th of December 2016.  After Miitomo, this is the second biggest Nintendo title developed in-house for the iphone, and is the first smartphone game from the successful Super Mario series. The catch phrase, “The new Mario that is played with one hand”, is absolutely right. This is a “running game” genre similar to Temple Run and Flappy Bird, that can be played by tapping the screen with one finger. The game uses graphics and music from the new Super Mario Brothers series, and the courses are designed to be played horizontally. Mario automatically rights towards the goal without any input from a player. A...

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Need More Tsukiuta? Quench Your Tsukipro Thirst With These Games!

Tsukiuta has become increasingly popular lately and fans are already craving for more. But since the anime has already ended and some fans aren’t able to watch the stage plays, what can even quench their thirst? Fret not, Tsukiuta stans -- Tsukino Park, Tsukino Paradise and Tsukitomo.  -TSUKIUTA. 12 Memories- are coming your way!

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Sword Art Online Hollow Realization Updates : New Characters, Gameplay Systems, and DLC

Bandai Namco Entertainment recently released new information regarding the PS4/PS Vita game “Sword Art Online Hollow Realization (SA:O)”, which will be released on the 27th of October. A new character Kizmel, a new death game plot, a new feature called “sword skill connect”, and DLC (paid and free) are announced.

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