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Jenni Lada
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Jenni has been writing for Gamertell since October 2007, is currently the Editor and has been writing about video games in general for the last seven years. She is also a frequent contributor to Siliconera, Cheat Code Central and G4@Syfygames. As for playing games, she's been doing that since she could walk her way over to her parents' Intellivision. Give her an import video game and you'll have a friend for life. You can stalk Jenni by following JMariye at Twitter.

Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold Preview: Let’s go on a Picnic

The 3DS retellings of Etrian Odyssey are unique not only because they give a sense of structure in the form of a defined stories and precreated characters, but also because they take substantial steps to make the series more accessible to people who would find the games too punishing otherwise. Thus people too put off more »

Lego Jurassic World Review: Cashing in

Lego Jurassic World Price: System(s): PS4 (Also for 3DS, PS3, Vita, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U, Vita, PC) Release Date: Month Date, Year Publisher (Developer): Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (Traveller’s Tales) ESRB Rating: “Everyone 10+” for Cartoon Violence and Crude Humor Given the 14 year gap between Jurassic Park III and Jurassic World, it’s more »

One Amnesia Memories LE doesn’t come with the game

Amnesia Memories is going to give Vita and PC owners another way to (virtually) fall in love again come August 25, 2015. It’s good news for otome fans, and has the potential to be even better. See, Idea Factory International realizes people enjoy special editions of games, and has announced a Remnants of Love Keepsake more »

You Must Build a Boat Review: Wet, wild fun

You Must Build a Boat Price: $4.99 System(s): PC (Also available on Android and iOS) Release Date: Month Date, Year Publisher (Developer): EightyEightGames (EightyEightGames) ESRB Rating: N/A Match-3 games tend to be a guilty pleasure. The problem is, it’s difficult to find one that really stands apart. Distinctive endeavors are difficult to find, given how more »

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That Idolmaster Cinderella Girls trademark may be related to new mobile game

Back in February 2015, Bandai Namco did something rather unexpected. It trademarked Cinderella Girls in Europe. This is notable as the company has a mobile game called The Idolmaster: Cinderella Girls involving the collecting and battling of various idols. It seemed as though the trademark could be tied to a localization of that title, but more »

Here are all the exciting Anime Midwest 2015 events for gamers

Another big con is coming to the Chicago area, and people who love video games should get excited. Anime Midwest is about to begin in a few days, and you’ll want to attend. Not just because it’s an opportunity to shop, socialize and attend panels like “Meet Billy West,” “Kingdom Hearts: The Thirteenth Year” and”Feminism more »

Kill Strain could be the next Dead Nation, Helldivers

There’s a certain connotation that’s paired with free-to-play games. As promising as a title could be, one always has to wonder if there’ll be a catch, or if it will still be desirable when the hook fades and reality appears. After trying Kill Strain at E3 2015, I can’t help but wonder if its Dead more »

Play-Asia is restocking the Ness amiibo

Prepare yourself, NFC figure fans. Play-Asia has sent out another amiibo Hunter report and it’s a big mother. Rather, it’s a big Mother, as the Ness amiibo will be back in stock at the site on June 30, 2015. This is a big deal, seeing as how he was a GameStop exclusive in the states more »

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Undead Darlings Preview: Former NIS staff wants you to fall in love with zombies

There’s new Kickstarter online and, I must admit, I’ve been keeping a secret from you all. I’ve known about Mr. Tired Media’s Undead Darlings, from former NIS America staff Ryan Phillips and Nick Doerr, for about two weeks now. My apologies – I know secrets aren’t good for relationships, but I’m sure you understand. I more »

Pokemon Shuffle headed from 3DS to Android, iOS

Everyone’s favorite Pokemon-based, matching addition is going to get a larger audience. It turns out Nintendo and The Pokemon Company have decided Genius Sonority’s Pokemon Shuffle is ready for the big time. Not that it wasn’t “big” on the 3DS. Millions of people are playing it on Nintendo’s handheld after all. But the companies feel more »

Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash doesn’t feel right

Have you ever seen a game, thought it was a good idea, tried it and then discovered something was amiss? You couldn’t put your finger on it exactly, but it didn’t exactly feel right. I had one of those experiences myself, earlier this month, upon playing Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash for the first time. I’m a more »

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Villager amiibo is moving back into stores

Good news for people who didn’t realize amiibo were going to be so hot when they debuted last year. One of the rarest figures from the first wave is starting to appear again in North America. amiibo News is reporting that New York’s Nintendo World Store received a shipment of Villager amiibos for people to more »