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Star Cruiser

This entry was written for the Japanese Video Game Obscurities book, which is currently being crowdfunded on Unbound. If you

Fight ‘n Rage

The success of Castle Crashers in 2008 spurred a small resurrection of the arcade beat-em-up genre, but few pay such

Double Dragon IV

This entry is part 19 of 20 in the series Double Dragon

Dragon Dragon IV takes the same route as Capcom’s Mega Man 9, released almost a decade prior. It’s a “new”

Asuka 120% Final Burning Fest

This entry was written for the Japanese Video Game Obscurities book, which is currently being crowdfunded on Unbound. If you

Silviana

Developed by Pack-In Video, Silviania (also spelled Sylvania) is an action-RPG that, like others around the time, is inspired by

The CRPG Book Project has finally been released

It’s been in the works for four years, but the CRPG Book Project, helmed by Felipe Pepe, has finally been

Kuma Uta

This entry was written for the Japanese Video Game Obscurities book, which is currently being crowdfunded on Unbound. If you

Iconoclasts

An “iconoclast” is someone who fights against strongly held believes institutions, and it’s a powerful title for a game where

Legionnaire

Blood City used to be such a nice place. However, the Crimson Gang has overrun the district with crime and

Digan no Maseki

This entry was written for the Japanese Video Game Obscurities book, which is currently being crowdfunded on Unbound. If you

Danganronpa V3

This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series Danganronpa

While the Danganronpa 3 anime wrapped up the main plots from the first two games, Danganronpa V3 (confusing name, yes)

Germs: Nerawareta Machi

This entry was written for the Japanese Video Game Obscurities book, which is currently being crowdfunded on Unbound. If you

Jagur 5

This entry was written for the Japanese Video Game Obscurities book, which is currently being crowdfunded on Unbound. If you

Soma Bringer

This entry was written for the Japanese Video Game Obscurities book, which is currently being crowdfunded on Unbound. If you

Insector X

Insector X is a rather clever title. It combines a science-fiction sounding name “Sector X”, implying a shooter, with “insect”,