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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Yuffie DLC is worth the $1

I’m playing Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call right now, but it’s fair to say I’m obsessing over it. This is a huge game, with 221 included songs and over 60 characters, which is a mind-boggling scope. So much so, that some may wonder if Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call DLC is worth it. (Especially since more »

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Grab your free Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call DLC

Is your wallet hurting after dropping on Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call? It’s a fantastic game, and well worth your money, but that much money can put quite a dent in your entertainment budget. Fortunately, there’s a bright side to your new investment. You can pick up some free DLC! When it comes to Theatrhythm more »

Love Live! School Idol Paradise needs to be localized

Have you seen the latest videos from Love Live! School Idol Paradise? If you haven’t, we should probably start there before getting into this. Go on and watch “No Brand Girls.” See that right there? That footage is why Love Live! School Idol Paradise needs to be released outside of Japan. Our Vitas are craving more »

Invite Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd to Thanksgiving

Guess who’ll be eyeing up your turkey from the TV screen this year? It’s Hatsune Miku! Her new game, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd, got its release window and it will be home for all the holidays this year. Mark your calendars, because November 18, 2014 is the It’s a big deal, in a more »

How to add custom music to Crypt of the NecroDancer

Crypt of the NecroDancer is an amazing game, as you can probably tell from GamerTell’s recent preview. Since I’m slowly becoming a rhythm roguelike master, I figured I had to teach you all how to do something. In Crypt of the NecroDancer, players use the included soundtrack, which is by Danny Baranowsky and is amazing, more »

Crypt of the NecroDancer Preview: Love those beats

This is one of the hardest previews I have ever had to write, because I don’t want it to be one. I want this to be a Crypt of the NecroDancer review, partially because this Early Access title already feels so complete, but also due to all these feelings and opinions I have on a more »

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd is Getting English Subtitles

Big news from Sega today. Guess what? You’ll actually know what the Vocaloids are singing in Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd! The announcement has just come in that most of the 40 songs in the game will have the subtitles translated. Instead of having to figure out romanji, you’ll be able to read along more »

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It’s a Shame We aren’t Getting Taiko no Tatsujin Games

I have a Japanese 3DS. I caved and purchased one after realizing that yes, I really wouldn’t be able to live without all of the games companies will never localized and no, Nintendo will not cave and release some firmware update that removes region locks. It’s been totally worth it and I never once regret more »

E3 2014 Preview: Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd Delighted Me

Sega’s Hatsune Miku music games are basically crack in video game form for me. They offer these incredibly addictive experiences in bite-sized or full meal presentations, and it’s just so easy to slip into a gameplay coma. I jump in, attempt to tackle every song on one difficulty level, then instead of walking away, start more »

Magical Beat Review: Falling Short of Puzzle Greatness

Magical Beat Price: $9.99 System(s): Vita Release Date: June 17, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Arc System Works ESRB Rating: “Everyone” Magical Beat is a rhythm-based, Tetris style puzzler from Arc System Works, best known for the BlazBlue and Guilty Gear fighting games. Which shouldn’t be surprising, as the developer has a great habit of putting out more »

E3 2014 Preview: Maybe I’m a Lion with Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call

I’ll say one thing for Square Enix, they take their Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call demo stations seriously. From tempting room keys featuring the game’s art and Locke on the back, to noise cancelling headphones at every E3 2014 kiosk, the company was set. Unfortunately, it didn’t seem like other attendees were. As a bit more »

Android Amusements: School Idol Festival

The Idolm@ster games are great, but we’ve yet to see an affordable, translated installment available outside of Japan. The Idolm@ster Shiny Festa games don’t count, really, since they’re iOS games that are normally over $50, and if you can find them on sale, often still over $30. Which is why it’s a good thing that more »