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[PS3 Review] Atelier Escha & Logy ~Alchemists of the Dusk Sky~

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Under the Twilight skies, the dreams of 2 alchemists cross. This latest in the Atelier series is now available at retail or for download from the PlayStation®Store. This 2nd release in the Dusk Series offers 2 main characters, an evolved alchemy system, and battles with up to 6 characters for a new Atelier experience.

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[PS Vita review] Gunslugs

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Gunslugs is a highly addictive, retro-inspired, rogue-like, scrolling action shooter which really has almost everything you want in a good game! A big cast of unlockable characters, screen filling end bosses, a nice variety of weapons, drivable tanks, jetpacks, hidden worlds, princesses, armor shop, white wizards, nerds with handhelds, rain, snow, hell, hellworms, sandworms, train rides and soooo much more! The game comes with a thumping soundtrack from legendary chiptune artist Gavin Harrison, leaderboards, trophies, cloud saving, and superb controls.

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[PS3 Review] Magus

Since the creation of the world, and of mankind, obeisance to the gods and their whims was the focal point of the lives of all who inhabit the lands created by the divine. However, as the gods disappeared from people’s daily lives, their power and influence began to wane, and cynicism and secularism replaced piety and belief. Amidst the world’s slow abandonment of the gods, a profoundly devotee and servant of the gods named Kinna infiltrated one the many prisons of the Waterfall Realm in hopes of finding one who would become a god. Encountering Magus, a prisoner who has spent his entire life incarcerated, she believes that she has found who she was sent to look for. After claiming the powers that were his birthright and learning his true identity, Magus, with Kinna by his side, takes his first steps towards an unknown future.

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[PSOne Review] Wolf Fang

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Wolf Fang’s roots trace all the way back to Japanese arcades and is the sequel to the 16-bit title Vapor Trail. Assemble a battle-ready mech to survive the relentless waves of enemies in this intense run-and-gun shooter.

Customization is a central feature in Wolf Fang with 12 parts to swap in and out. The mechs players create will handle and control differently based on the configuration chosen. That means players will be able to find a loadout that fits their playstyle to accomplish each of the game’s bullet packed missions.

Wolf Fang Features:

* Assemble a customized robot from parts you choose

* A campaign to liberate Australia

* 12 different endings

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