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Persona 3 and Persona 5 Endless Night Collection Review


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Do you like rhythm games? Are you looking for a real Shin Megumi Tensei game (kudos for those who get the reference)? Then I have the game for you! After Persona 4 got a dancing spin-off in the form of P4 Dancing All Night, the good folks over at ATLUS decided it was only natural to follow suit with Persona 5. Even though P3 came out years ago, ATLUS went a step further and decided P3 should get some love and feel the groove. (After all, they did retcon Sho Minazuki into the game years after the fact so why no eh?) Persona 3 Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5 Dancing in Starlight will drop just in time for the holiday season! So if you like rhythm games, Persona, or just figuring out what to spend those PSN gift cards you’ll be getting next month. Persona 3 and Persona 5 Endless Night Collection is a great way to close out your 2018 gaming year!

Double Kick Heroes Review

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You can’t have a Zombie Apocalypse without having some metal music roaring in the background. Anything that deals with a Rock Band and zombies trying to eat your flesh has to come with an interesting soundtrack of tunes and some kicka** guns. Welcome ladies and gentlemen to a new style of rhythm game in Double Kick Heroes.

Emochi’s Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX Review


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I realize that as I’m writing this, all I want to do is squeeeeee and squeal and giggle and OK, I have to control myself. I have been waiting for this game for quite some time now and honestly, it does not disappoint. This game is part of the Vocaloid family. I also have my unboxing video link below if you are interested in watching that. If you aren’t familiar with it, please refer to the links below for some reference to the game.