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[PS3 Preview] We played The Awakened Fate Ultimatum!

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NIS America has let us try their new rogue-like RPG The Awakened Fate Ultimatum a few days ahead of its release (March, 17th in NA and March 20th in Europe)! This game is a sequel to The Guided Fate Paradox, which we reviewed late last year. Today, I’m writing a quick preview on my impressions of the early segment of the game, so do expect a full review closer to the game’s launch!

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We tried Atlus’s Earthbound-like RPG Citizens of Earth, and we loved it!

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We had the chance to try Atlus’s PS Vita RPG Citizens of Earth before its official release next week (January 20th)!

So far I’ve completed the first 45 minutes, which will allow me to let you know how things are going for the Vice President of Earth.

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[Vita Preview] We played Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2: Sisters Generation!

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Idea Factory International has let us try Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2 before its worldwide launch on January 27th! If you already played Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 (which we reviewed – and loved – a few months ago), you’ll feel right at home since the battle system is pretty much the same.

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[PS3/Vita Preview] Sword Art Online: Lost Song new trailer

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Namco Bandai Games recently released a trailer for their new upcoming Sword Art Online game, which is subtitled Lost Song.

This game is set in the same Virtual Reality Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (VRMMORPG) universe as Swort Art Online: Hollow Fragment, which was released Internationally last summer (BTW, it’s a great game! Cool digital gift under your digital Christmas tree and all!).

For the record, Sword Art Online (SAO) is a Japanese anime that aired for two seasons between July 2012 and the end of this year. The original story follows Kirito, a gamer who gets stuck along with 10,000 players in a VRMMORPG. If you are into Japanese anime and haven’t watched SAO yet, you’re really missing out! An English-language version aired on Toonami, and that is a great option for anime fans.

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