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[Vita JRPG Double Review] Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2: Sisters Generation

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Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2 is an enhanced remake of the Playstation 3 game Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2 that released back in 2012, and its a direct follow-up to Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 which we reviewed last summer. The Hyperdimension Neptunia games take place in the world of Gamindustri, which parodies our own video game industry, and the main characters are the sisters of the CPUs of Re;Birth 1. While this game is meant as a sequel, it can totally be played as a standalone title because the story doesn’t rely too much on the previous game, and the first hour recaps the events of Re;Birth 1.

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[JRPG Review Revisited] Star Ocean: The Last Hope International

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Star Ocean: The Last Hope is a very good RPG in the Star Ocean franchise, a sci-fi series that is set in the far future. In this game, which is in fact a prequel to the 3 other Star Ocean games, your quest will be to find a new home for the residents of Earth, in the aftermath of WWIII that left our planet as an hostile environment.

I’m revisiting this review today because this is one of the RPGs I loved from my PS3 library. I purchased it as soon as it was released and played it through twice, and I would definitely replay this RPG gem!

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[Vita RPG Review] Citizens of Earth

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Citizens of Earth is an old-school infused RPG release from Eden Industries that is being published by Atlus. If you’ve enjoyed games such as Nintendo’s quirky Earthbound, then you’ll definitely love to take Citizens of Earth out for a spin!

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[Review Revisited] House of the Dead 4

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I used to love playing House of the Dead 4 back in the day at arcades, so I was very happy when I got a chance to review a port for the game on PS3. As is to be expected, this version of the game supports the Move controller to make it as close as possible to the arcade release, and trophies will keep players busy for a while before they can get all of them.

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