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[PlayStation 5] Kid Ball Adventure Review

September 23, 2022 |

Kid Ball Adventure from eastasiasoft, Spoonbox Studio and Ratalaika Games is a colorful 2D autojumping platformer on PlayStation. Check our Kid Ball Adventure review!

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[PlayStation 5] Back Again Review

September 20, 2022 |

Back Again from eastasiasoft and Manning Media is a challenging first-person platformer with a minimalist black, white and red presentation. Check out our Back Again review!

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[PlayStation 5] Book Quest Review

September 8, 2022 |

In Book Quest from eastasiasoft and Nerd Games, you’ll take on an action RPG in which you have to recover your family’s magical tome after it’s stolen. Check our Book Quest review!

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[PS5] Pretty Girls Four Kings Solitaire Review

August 22, 2022 |

Ready for a twist on a classic card game on PlayStation? Then check out our Pretty Girls Four Kings Solitaire review!

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[PS5] Sofiya and the Ancient Clan Review

August 15, 2022 |

Sofiya and the Ancient Clan from eastasiasoft and Hentai Room is a 2D action platformer in which you must help the titular witch uncover the truth about her former master. Check our Sofiya and the Ancient Clan review!

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[PlayStation 5] Sword and Fairy: Together Forever Review

August 5, 2022 |

Sword and Fairy: Together Forever from eastasiasoft and Sofstar is a great-looking action RPG that blends ancient mythology with a traditional Chinese aesthetic. Check our Sword and Fairy: Together Forever review!

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[PlayStation 5] Arsonist Heaven Review

August 4, 2022 |

Arsonist Heaven from eastasiasoft and OMEGACORE is a 2D action platformer in which you must burn down every enemy and boss on your path. Check our Arsonist Heaven review!

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[Nintendo Switch] Hell Pages Review

August 3, 2022 |

Hell Pages from eastasiasoft, Ratalaika Games, and Medusa Head is a Rated M for Mature shoot ’em up on Nintendo Switch. Check our Hell Pages review!

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