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Criminal Girls: Invite Only busts out in February 2015

The game many figured would never be released outside of Japan now has a release date. Take that, people who underestimated NIS America! Criminal Girls: Invite Only will make it to North America and Europe in the month of love – February. February 3, 2015 in the states and February 6 overseas, to be exact. more »

Super Mario Bros. 3′s pyramid level is terrifying when you’re drunk

Last night, I hung out with some friends. As is our habit, we decided to get drunk and play . It turns out, I’m not very good at Super Mario Bros. 3 when I’m drunk, but then, that almost goes without saying. I got as far as the pyramid level in World 2 before I more »

Hatoful Boyfriend brings pigeon love to the PS4, Vita

Here’s something really coo-l. Hatoful Boyfriend is getting ported to more platforms. What was once an indie, Japanese PC game is now going to appear on Sony systems. Prepare to open your hearts to birds, because the otome game everyone has been talking about will make it to the PS4 and Vita next year. Unfortunately, more »

Technology Tell 2014 Xbox 360 Gift Guide

It’s that time of year again everyone! If you haven’t already started Christmas shopping for those special someones in your life, you’re bound to be getting started soon. We’re here to tell you all about how the Xbox 360 is still a legitimate gift to get for those someones. Sure the Xbox One has been more »

LISA’s trailers are incredibly effective

Never heard of LISA? No need to feel bad. It’s an extremely indie game from professional martial artist, and creator, Austin Jorgensen. Our lovely editor here at Technology Tell’s Gaming Channel brought this game to my attention. I watched the above trailer on Dingaling Games’ website, and was somehow oddly, but immediately, captivated. So I more »

htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary will warm cold February hearts

With the barrage of November releases raining down upon us, it’s easy to forget that the schedule will soon be barren. Fortunately, news is coming in about titles to keep us company as we get cozy and survive winter’s cold. One of them will be NIS America’s htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary, which will hopefully delight more »

Final Fantasy’s Triple Triad deserved to return

Okay, true facts time. When I was in high school, one of my most prized possessions were some real Triple Triad cards a friend got me from Japan. I carried those everywhere, even though I was trying to be a girly-girl and not people know I was all game=y and geeky. I have no idea more »

BaraBariBall’s Plex has neon nipples

My cohort, Ben, has already talked to you about Super Pole Riders, one of the many amazing games in Sportsfriends. He’s right when he says there are no losers in this compilation, and all are winners. I’m not here to try and convince you of the greatness of BaraBariBall, another title available to anyone with more »

Super Pole Riders is an amazing PS4 title

It’s hard to find anything wrong with the simple games in Sportsfriends. They feel something like the antithesis of good design, except they’re not un-fun. Contrarily, they’re a ton of fun in a way that defies logic. Super Pole Riders exemplifies this notion, and thanks to the wonder of Playstation 4′s new Share Play, my more »

The Sun and Moon Review: Mixed Messages

The Sun and Moon Price: $9.99 System(s): PC Release Date: November 14, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Digerati (Daniel Linssen) ESRB Rating: N/A Ludum Dare (or LD48 for you acronym-hungry nerds out there) is a contest, in which participants must create a game (based on a given theme) within two days. The Sun and Moon, our subject more »

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You need to play Kemonomix+

It was the eating scene that got me. I always do the Nintendo eShop updates here, and this means I see everything small, indie, or unusual that pops on the 3DS and Wii U eShops. Last week, I was writing things up and Kemonomix+ caught my eye. It isn’t often you see a localized game more »

I lost 3 Lives in under 10 minutes in Rogue Legacy

I’ve never claimed to be very good at video games, especially platformers. I certainly enjoy playing them. One of my favorite games every is Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, a game I still play on my PSP whenever I have nothing else to do. But when it comes down to me against the game, my more »