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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

Every fallen hero deserves a chance to finish their goals. Whether it’s a death that resulted in victory or defeat, the bravest of warriors always should be given the opportunity to arrange their final wishes and tasks. Game designer Shoji

Granblue Fantasy may not have as vast of a universe as another certain franchise with “fantasy” in its title, but it does deliver a lot of great characters, stories, and exciting fights. So when it came time for Cygames to

Space Channel 5 had a hell of a following back in the Dreamcast era. The dancing rhythm game grabbed the attention of many players and big names, including a certain King of Pop that would go on to guest-star in

With Rammstein blaring and world domination on its mind, Destroy All Humans made a shocking return last year with a reveal of a full-blown remake of its classic series. But can a series about little gray men laying waste to

PlatinumGames may have been put on the map early on with their 2009 cult classic MadWorld, but it was in 2010 when people really started paying attention to their work. That year, they unleashed two new IPs with the aid

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

When you read a title like My Father is a Unicorn, one should expect something like a fantastical tale that defies most people’s imaginations. Alas, such a realization could not come to pass in Monaka Suzuki’s slice-of-life fantasy comedy. Instead