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On The Eve Of Replaying Persona 4

On The Eve Of Replaying Persona 4 

I love Persona 4 like Nicolas Cage loves Pachinko. And I might love Persona 3 more. These two games were the most revolutionary Japanese role playing games to come out of Japan in the last decade; I’m the kind of person who could debate Persona 3 or Persona 4 for …

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The Breasts: Another Review Of Conception 2: Children Of The Seven Stars

The Breasts: Another Review Of Conception 2: Children Of The Seven Stars 

It could be said that I didn’t much care for The Battle elements of Conception II. But there’s a whole other half to the game: the relationship simulation. Should you slog through the game just to see the character archs play out?
That depends on whether or not you want to …

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The Battle: A Review Of Conception 2: Children Of The Seven Stars

The Battle: A Review Of Conception 2: Children Of The Seven Stars 

Part relationship simulator, part clone, part porn. Most people would stick with the cliched “mixed bag” descriptor, but that’s not only sophomoric, it’s kind, too.
There’s good to be had, but a better word for Conception II: Children of The Seven Stars is schizophrenic.

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Summoning Similarities: A Review Of Shin Megami Tensei IV

Summoning Similarities: A Review Of Shin Megami Tensei IV 

Earlier in the year, Atlus published a Shin Megami Tensei game from 1997 subtitled Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers. Now, Atlus has released Shin Megami Tensei IV, a game that is remarkably similar to Soul Hackers. More than remarkably, actually. Swap the one-screen-at-a-time visuals of Soul Hackers for a few three-dimensional environments, then …

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That’s So Demon: A Review Of Soul Hackers

That’s So Demon: A Review Of Soul Hackers 

In the first few hours of Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers (which, thank you very much, I will only refer to as Soul Hackers from here out), I was reasonably certain the game wanted me to hate it. And I obliged.
There didn’t feel like there was any direction …

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