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[Review Revisited] Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death

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Welcome to our second Review Revisited! For this one, I wanted to go away from the AAA release we showcased last time, focusing instead on a smaller but still rich release – Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death.

You can read the original review here – Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death

I can remember reading a lot of these “Choose your own adventure” books when I was just a kid, taking notes with pen and pencil about the routes I’d taken on each journey, calculating damage received or dealt, creating a storage section for the items I’d managed to secure each time I played… because these books where games where every choice you make could either lead you to riches or lead you to meet your maker. All of that was present in this digital port, so I hope that you give this game a chance.

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htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary Limited Edition is Almost Gone!

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Even though htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary won’t release until February 24, 2015, the game’s limited edition is almost out of stock, which is great news for NIS America considering that the only way to get this is by ordering one straight from the source.

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[PS3/Vita Review] Zen Pinball 2 – Venom Table

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Zen Pinball 2 has released its latest DLC in the form of a table dedicated to Venom, he of Spiderman fame. For those keeping track of the tables released for Zen Pinball 2, there already is a table that centers on Spiderman and his villains. What makes this one different?

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[PS3 Review] Samurai Warriors 4

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With the series celebrating its 10th anniversary, the main Story Mode has been overhauled, with two primary ways to play: Regional play, which focuses on the heroic actions of individual warriors throughout the land and A Land United, which focuses on the final years of the turbulent Warring States period. No fewer than fifty brave warriors play out this rich historical tapestry.
New moves, such as crowd-clearing ‘lightning moves’ and the ability to switch freely between two characters on the battlefield, make this title the most free-flowing and satisfying yet.
Finally, the all-new Ronin Mode allows you to travel the length and breadth of Japan as your very own customizable warrior, and create your own history!

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