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Hatsune Miku can be a cruel mistress sometimes. While there’s no doubt of her adorable attitude when she’s behind the mic or on the dance floor, it’s in the video game realm where her sadist intentions are in full swing.

Rebellion knows how to keep its players on their toes. Their Sniper Elite series taught us about the art of precision, giving off a more realistic approach to wartime battles. Of course, Rebellion would want to get a slice of

Can an April Fool’s joke go way too far? In life, perhaps. But within the realm of video games, the goofiest of concepts can lead to a good time. Such is the case with WayForward’s Cat Girl Without Salad, which

I often don’t take pleasure in having to place a heavily flawed video games in the spotlight, especially ones with a lot of potential. It’s been years since the Disaster Report franchise graced us with its presence, with it being

I enjoy a good romantic comedy here and there, whether it stars Tom Hanks, Hugh Grant, or even some up-and-coming no-named actor. There’s a genuine sweetness that can be found in movies like Love Actually, Sleepless in Seattle, and When

Fun is the thing we need most in this world. As we find ourselves cooped up in our homes while practicing social distancing, the necessity of enjoying one’s times is the sole thing keeping everyone from going stir crazy. Video

They say patience is virtue, and no one knows that quite like the Western fanbase of the Kunio-kun franchise. For decades, Kunio’s adventures in US have been slightly under par compared to what Japan was given, with only four of

As the end credits rolled by, I took a deep breath and sighed. With hands aching, a smile crawled up my lips. And within my heart was a thumping rhythm of happiness. This is what it feels like to experience

On the surface, Affable Games’ Speaking Simulator is pretty dumb. And yet, I somehow found it shockingly relatable. Here is a video game that takes a wacky premise and gameplay mechanic, and creates a visual representation of how it feels

It’s sometimes the most simplistic of games that bring us the biggest joys in life. In a world where there are 100+ hour campaign-filled video games coming out almost daily, we should be grateful for the titles that only take