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Review: Hatsune Miku VR

Virtual Reality and Hatsune Miku are two concepts that just are meant to go together. Rhythm games are perhaps the most popular genre within the VR game scene, while meeting Miku face-to-face is the dream of many otaku and fans. You could interact with Miku in Virtual Reality before this game but only while watching concerts or video clips(VR Future Live and Project Diva X). This title is the first that actually has gameplay.


Review: Death End re;Quest

Idea Factory's new Mystery/Gore hybrid JRPG hits the West in February. Control two protagonists to unveil a conspiracy involving online games and the occult.


Review: Downward Spiral – Horus Station

A game made for VR but also playable in normal screens. Space Stations are a very common setting for VR games, each of these games with their own personal twist. In Horus Station, you are the only living person remaining inside a huge station and you must survive by repairing each of the work modules while evading attacks from drones. Gravity here is disabled and you must move by grabbing surfaces and pushing away and towards where you want to move.



Overview: GalGun2 DLC Packs

Months after GalGun 2's western release, DLC packs continue to be released for the game. Make sure nobody is around to peer at your screen and have a look at the 7 DLC Packs currently out for the game.

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.






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