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As you can tell from its name, Fairune 2 on the Nintendo 3DS is the sequel to Fairune- a game I have not had the pleasure of playing, but one I’ll definitely play after loving its sequel! If, like me, you haven’t played the previous game in the series, do not worry because you can easily play this one with confidence – no knowledge of the first game is needed. Want to learn more about this excellent portable release? Then come read our Fairune 2 review!
Adventure Labyrinth Story is a pure top-down roguelike dungeon crawler with randomized dungeon layouts and enemies. Does the game’s mechanics make this sound like a fun release to you? Does it have a good story? Come read our Adventure Labyrinth Story Review to find out!
A terrorist group called The Black Hand of Fate has constructed a secret base in Antarctica because what better place is there to hide a terrorist organization? It’s in the middle of nowhere and in freezing conditions. Nobody would look in there… right? Your job is to put an end to this organization and to their plans once and for all. Come read our Blasting Agent: Ultimate Edition review to learn more!
In The Legend of Kusakari, you control a young but brave grass cutter who goes out and cuts grass in the middle of heated battlefields. Remember how in The Legend of Zelda games you’re cutting grass every now and then to find items? Well, imagine a game where all you do is cut grass so that the warriors have an easier location on which to fight. Read our The Legend of Kusakari review to learn more about this quirky game!
Defend Your Crypt is a 2D strategy puzzle/tower defense game with an Egyptian setting. Defend Your Crypt challenges you to stop thieves from looting your crypt which is full of gold, and you do this by setting traps and killing all the thieves. Want to learn more? Then check our Defend Your Crypt review!
Atlus has announced the details for the Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse Launch Edition… and it’s something that definitely got our attention! If you pre-order a copy of Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse you’ll receive three pins made of metal (each one is .75″ in diameter) with a shiny finish! These metal pins represent Dagga’s mark as well as the Peace and Anarchy paths in the game, and they will be a very limited item!
Atlus has finally announced that they’ll be bringing Shin Megami Tensei IV: Final over here this year! The game’s name has been changed to Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse, and so far the release window has been set as a vague “summer 2016” scenario. Why does the game share most of it’s name with the awesome Shin Megami Tensei IV? Because the plot for Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse overlaps with that of the previous game (and includes some familiar characters), but the story is completely separate and you don’t need to have played Shin Megami Tensei IV to enjoy Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse (but you should, since it’s one of the best games available for the Nintendo 3DS!