カレーまみれ勇者の冒険 Curry Chronicles

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Digimon World -next 0rder- impressions@story clear

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Credits rolled at 13:55, whereas Cyber Sleuth clocked in at something like 50 hours since I did most sidequests. This illustrates the type of game Next Order is. Cyber Sleuth is, by all means, a regular monster-collecting RPG with a heavy focus on story. It’s got enough stuff to appeal to people who aren’t particularly fans of Digimon or those who grew out of it as the second half gives strong SMT vibes and the world and characters are really rich. The battles were the regular turn-based business and you could carry around many Digimon with you and stick even more in the farm. Rather than a normal RPG, Next Order is more like a pseudo open-world monster raising game. You can only have two Digimon at once, and you have to care for them like actual digital pets until the day they die, at which then they turn back into an egg and you can start the raising process from the beginning again. I tried describing it to people and they said it sounds like Digimon 1, if that says anything.

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Luminous Arc Infinity – thoughts

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Too lazy to write anything legit so here are some afterthoughts for a game I played on and off for over a month. Luminous Arc Infinity is the latest entry in the Luminous Arc series produced by Marvelous. The developer of the original series, Imageepoch, had nothing to do with this entry as they were making Stella Glow and going bankrupt.

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Tokyo Xanadu

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An action RPG by Falcom, creator of the Ys and Legend of Heroes series. Tokyo Xanadu is in some ways like the current-gen iteration of Nayuta no Kiseki, being a marriage of action combat and the story progression in recent Kiseki games. It’s also handled by newer members of Falcom and targeted at newcomers, and uses the same engine and graphical style as Sen no Kiseki/Trails of Cold Steel. Unlike Falcom’s usual fantasy games, Tokyo Xanadu is set in modern day Japan at a normal high school.

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Extra Reviews

Mostly ADVs and Compile Heart RPGs.

Table of Contents

Kuon no Kizuna
Fureraba
Amagami
Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters
Robin Lloyd
Hatoful Boyfriend
Reine des Fleurs
Kokuchou no Psychedelica
Complie Heart games
Not games

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Yoru no Nai Kuni

they are just friends

I forgot to publish this and kind of missed the timing to strike so might as well do it now.

Yoru no Nai Kuni is Gust’s action RPG about lesbians two girls who are very good friends and hold hands and sleep with each other in the same bed.

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Makaishin Trillion – Review

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There was a fiasco at Nippon-Ichi Software (NIS) a while back, where the Disgaea 4 director left the company for Compile Heart. He was also the director for The Guided Fate Paradox and Zettai Hero Project, the latter of which being one of my favorite NIS games. At Compile Heart he and his team developed Makaishin Trillion under the Makai Ichiban-kan label, which feels like a NIS title through and through.

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Ray Gigant Review

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Experience Inc., a company known for their Wizardry-style Dungeon RPGs that offer full party customization and dungeons of traps, try their hand at a more story-focused approach in their collaboration with Bandai Namco. Boasting anime sequences and 2D animated characters in battle, Ray Gigant appears to be an ambitious effort.

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Genkai Tokki Moero Chronicle Review

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The second game in Compile Heart’s Genkai Tokki series, following the card-battle game Monster Monpiece. This series has a particular focus on monster girls, with its defining aspect being the Mune Kyun Scratch mini-game where you hold the Vita sideways and touch or rub the screen to find the girls’ weak points. While the first game was a collectible card-battle game, Moero Chronicle shifts to the Dungeon RPG genre and boasts 50 playable characters.

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Great Edo Blacksmith – Impressions

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I did one out of the three routes in the game and decided to write something about it, since it’s unlikely that I’ll go back for the others.

The official genre is “Women and Money Simulation,” which is more or less spot-on with the exception that you don’t really do any simulation with the “women” part outside of the first month since you have to pick a girl early on and stick with her for the rest of the game. You’re an unnamed blacksmith fated to die in exactly one year due to an incurable disease. Since you’re going to die soon, why not just use the time you have left to play around and be irresponsible with your life? …Or so an agent of the 嬢郭 (Red Light District-like place) says, introducing you to three beautiful ladies who work there.

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