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Ninja Usagimaru: Two Tails of Adventure review for PS Vita

A pair of 3DS puzzle games are given new life on the Vita. But should they have been?

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Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 review for PS4

A nice update to one of the best 2.5d brawlers available this generation.

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Chaos Code -New Sign of Catastrophe- review for PS4, PC

An updated version of the 2013 release with many fixes, more modes and online play!

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Othello review for Nintendo Switch

From the NES to the Nintendo Switch, Othello hasn’t really changed much.

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Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 hitting PS4 soon

The latest and greatest iteration of Guilty Gear Xrd will be headed to North American PS4s in the very near future. Details and screens within.

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Double Dragon IV review for PS4, PC

All of the nostalgia and frustrations of the classic NES games, complete with the cheap hits and awkward platforming!

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Double Dragon IV hitting the PS4, PC later this month

To celebrate the franchise’s big 30th anniversary, Arc System Works has announced that Double Dragon IV in development for the PS4 and PC. Check it out in action within.

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Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late review for PC

A solid, yet overlooked 2-D fighter with a solid roster and an extremely bizarre name.

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Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden review for 3DS

Arc System Works turns out another slick looking, 2D fighter, featuring the cast of Dragon Ball Z.

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Xblaze Lost: Memories review for PS Vita, PS3

Wheels within wheels within anime wheels.

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Arc System Works acquires Technos properties including Double Dragon, Super Dodge Ball

The developers of the Guilty Gear and BlazBlue series now owns Double Dragon, Super Dodge Ball, River City Ransom and the Kunio-kun franchises.

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Damascus Gear: Operation Tokyo review for PS Vita

Giant robots! Post-apocalyptic ruins! What more could you want?

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Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters review for PS Vita, PS3

Who you gonna call? Probably not this game.

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Fantasy Hero: Unsigned Legacy review for PS Vita

If Monster Hunter and Diablo got together and gave birth to a hideously misshapen baby, it would be Fantasy Hero.

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