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  • Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed Review

    Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed Review

    Akihabara is a unique place. Located in Tokyo’s Chiyoda prefecture, what was once nicknamed Electric...

  • Fairy Fencer F Review

    Fairy Fencer F Review

    Fairy Fencer F is the latest RPG out of Japan to feature an extraneous letter at the end of its name...

  • The Walking Dead: Season Two Episode 5 – No Going Back Review

    The Walking Dead: Season Two Episode 5 – No Going Back Review

    As good as season 1 was throughout, it’s really the last episode that sticks with you. That final mo...

  • Abyss Odyssey Review

    Abyss Odyssey Review

    Abyss Odyssey begins with our trio, Katrien, our nimble sword fighter, the elemental La Pincoya who ...

  • The Walking Dead: Season Two Episode 4 – Amid The Ruins Review

    The Walking Dead: Season Two Episode 4 – Amid The Ruins Review

    WARNING: THIS REVIEW OBVIOUSLY CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR PREVIOUS EPISODES! As the penultimate episode b...

Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed Review

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Akihabara is a unique place. Located in Tokyo’s Chiyoda prefecture, what was once nicknamed Electric Town after its prevalence of electronic goods shops is now a hive for otaku culture quite unlike anywhere else on Earth. It’s the place to get everything geeky that you ever wanted, as well as soaking up a unique atmosphere from another world not quite ... Read More »

Fairy Fencer F Review

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Fairy Fencer F is the latest RPG out of Japan to feature an extraneous letter at the end of its name. It boasts an impressive staff roll, most notably Nobuo Uematsu (of Final Fantasy fame) who is responsible for much of the soundtrack, and character designers from the Hyperdimension Neptunia series. But… what does that F stand for? F is ... Read More »

The Walking Dead: Season Two Episode 5 – No Going Back Review

The Walking Dead No Going Back

As good as season 1 was throughout, it’s really the last episode that sticks with you. That final moment with Lee was heart wrenching, with two powerful performances from its lead actors; it showed how good storytelling in games could be. Because of that No Going Back, the final episode of Season 2, was always facing an uphill struggle. And ... Read More »

Abyss Odyssey Review

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Abyss Odyssey begins with our trio, Katrien, our nimble sword fighter, the elemental La Pincoya who wields a deadly spear and finally Ghost Monk, who duel wields so deals much more damage than the others although is much slower than his group. Our intrepid trio are charged with destroying the Warlock who is dreaming below ground, although unfortunately his dreams ... Read More »

The Walking Dead: Season Two Episode 4 – Amid The Ruins Review

walking dead amid the ruins

WARNING: THIS REVIEW OBVIOUSLY CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR PREVIOUS EPISODES! As the penultimate episode before the season finale, it goes without saying that Amid The Ruins is more of a stage setter, getting the player ready for the climactic end. But even in that sense, comparing it to Season 1 it struggles at getting you that excited for where Clementine’s quest ... Read More »

Rogue Legacy Review

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Ports! Some see it as a derogatory term with regards to games that are coming to consoles. The idea that games that have been on PC for a while now, are finally coming to console owners is in some way negative. We at Gamestyle aren’t in that camp, we love that many great games, once only available for PC owners ... Read More »

Mousecraft Review

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Tetris was and still is a magnificent puzzler. Lemmings is up there as an all time classic. So what do you get when you send them both off to a hotel for a romantic weekend? Well nine months later you get Mousecraft a new puzzle game from developers Crunching Koalas. The game itself is more Lemmings than Tetris, with the ... Read More »

Battle Princess of Arcadias Review

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Towards the end of the life of the PS2 two very different games were released. Odin Sphere, a majestic 2D side scrolling fighter and GrimGrimoire, a beautiful looking, 2D side scrolling strategy game. Both incredibly niche and very Japanese they didn’t sell well but proved to be a couple of the best and most unique games on the system. Battle ... Read More »

GRID Autosport Review

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We at Gamestyle are huge fans of the TOCA series, we’ve made no bones about that. In fact one of our all time favourite racers still has to be TOCA Touring Car Championship. Through the Race Driver and then GRID versions of Codemasters’ famous series the structure has kind of been lost, but the games themselves were still a delight ... Read More »

Mugen Souls Z Review

Mugen Souls Z

Where to start with Mugen Souls Z. Buried beneath its use of alarmingly young and busty characters, it’s borderline hentai imagery and woeful amount of crashes (did this even get tested?) there is a solid JRPG trying to escape. But by the end, we just gave up digging. A direct continuation from the first Mugen Souls, after conquering the seven ... Read More »

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