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Review: Groove Coaster

Ported from a popular Japanese series of rhythm games, Groove Coaster was recently added to the Steam catalogue. With a vertical screen resolution and some legit fun tunes, it's one of the better rhythm games on the platform right now. Even if rhythm games are not your thing, it's worth checking this one out.


Review: Punch Line

Based on the 2015 anime and manga, Punch Line is a mixed animated/3D ecchi visual novel. As a spirit, the protagonist Yuuta Iridatsu must use his supernatural powers to prevent the world from being destroyed.


Review: 428 Shibuya Scramble

Originally released 10 years ago, 428 Shibuya Scramble finally landed on the West this September. The only visual novel to receive a perfect score from Famitsu, it follows the story five distinct characters, each of them having a role in the kidnapping of a girl in Shibuya. The twist: you play all five of them simultaneously.



Review: GalGun 2

GalGun is back. The #1 game you don't want your friends and family know that you play is better than before. New heroines, new students and new mechanics that give you the power to strip and seduce highschool girls. Rated M.

Review: Clannad

Widely known in the west by its anime adaptation, Clannad is also one of the most popular VNs among the enthusiast circles of the genre. Clannad is a tear-jerker. The game is a Drama Visual Novel, which means that the game will put the player on an emotional roller coaster of emotions.






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