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Clannad Available on Steam In English For a Price

Clannad just went live on steam about 24 hours ago. If you order by December 1st, this game can be yours for the "low" scoff price of $42.99 after which it will return to it's full price of $49.99 - Get it here: http://store.steampowered.com/app/324160/ I ordered it. (Mostly because I won some paypal money last week, so I only had to put about 9 dollars with it, to get it, otherwise I wouldve waited til after the holidays, so many other things need my money and attention right now.) I've played the fan translated version years ago.... It's one of my favorite novels ever. But let's check the math here..... Clannad (English version) had a very successful kickstarter campaign. They estimated they could make this project happen for $140,000. They raised almost $600,000 during their kicksta

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Bundles and Black Friday Deals Make Christmas Bright for Girl Gamers

This is just a collection of things I've come across this week that other gamer girls out there may find interesting. It's the biggest shopping weekend in the USA, and many digital retailers are also offering deals as well as deals in store for many electronics. Both Kohls and Walmart will have the PS4 for $299 on Black Friday. - I'm hoping to maybe be lucky enough to pick one up but I did just get an Iphone so I don't know if I'll have the $$$$ for a PS4 right now, which is fine anyways since the game I really want (Persona 5) got delayed til summer 2016 anyways. And I also really need a new PC - mine is finally starting to lose it's ability to play some nextgen games (such as Fallout 4). Which I realize isn't even the most graphically intensive game out there; but I only have a middle o

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Norn9 Var Commons | PS Vita | Otome | Visual Novel | Game | Review

I've been spending the past few days playing Norn9 Var Commons on my PS TV (also works with PS Vita). Norn9 is an Otome Visual Novel with a scifi Time Travel theme. The game was hyped up quite a bit - and in some ways, my expectations were a bit too high to live up to that hype; however, I'm still really enjoying this novel. Gamestop says: "Prestigious Pedigree! Legendary maestro Nobuo Uematsu (Final Fantasy series) weaves soul swaying compositions and sweeping musical overtures to build a sonic world unlike anything heard before. Famed artist Akiba Minoru (Pokemon the Movie) provides expansive landscapes and awe inspiring visuals. Content Packed and Feature Rich! A 50+ hour story, branching story path and multiple endings ensure a deep and engrossing gaming experience. Complete all

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Ensemble Stars – The Free IOS Game That Lets You Collect Cute Anime Boys

I've been enjoying Ensemble Stars, a game that lets you collect cute anime boys. When I first got the game, I assumed it was like Love Live School Idol Festival! However, it's a little bit different. Most notably, Ensemble Stars is a Stat Raising Simulation. Not only do you collect the cards (just like in Love Live School Idol Festival!) but then you train different stats such as vocals, dancing, etc. Also, this is NOT a rhythm game. I initially thought it was, until playing it. There's no user input in battles; it's all mathematically determined. Your cards stats vs the Opponents' stats. This game is not available yet in the US app store. And in no app store is it in English; However, you can easily make a free account (must be on a PC (or mac)) by logging out of your main account ...

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Tree of Savior Closed Beta First Impressions Archer vs Wizard Levels 1 through 20

Last weekend I was lucky enough to get into Tree of Savior Closed Beta, thanks to a very nice giveaway at treeofsaviorgame.com - Thank you guys so much for the beta key. I will upload some videos soon <3. Although Closed Beta Phase 2 is ending in just a few days, my time with it has been short but enjoyable. Overall here are a few first impressions of the game itself, then I'll give some feedback about the early levels of two of the classes that I played. The game is rather lonely in the early levels - I don't know if this is because it's possible to solo then, or because I got into the beta so late and everyone has already formed their little groups. I only had one person "talk" to me, if you could even call it that. I didn't respond, because I felt it was rude/annoying. He simply ty

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SaGa Scarlet Grace – Coming to PS Vita / PS TV in 2016

I recently read a review for another game, The Legend of Legacy, over on Techno Buffalo, where they continuously compare the game to SaGa Frontier, because some of the same developers went on to work on the Legend of Legacy. Which looks like a great game for the 3DS by the way (after reading their very in depth review, I really want to play the game now too!). I also have very fond memories of SaGa Frontier and its sequels. But what I was really reminded of was the fact that at this previous Tokyo Game Show (2015), we were treated with a trailer for a new SaGa game, SaGa Scarlet Grace. And it is very likely, we will get this game in the U.S. As well as our friends in Europe, as Gematsu reported that Squaresoft trademarked the name Saga Scarlet Grace for both markets. This new game will b

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Disgaea comes to PC for the First Time with Disgaea PC – an HD Remake of the first game, Disgaea: Hour of Darkness

Disgaea is a cult classic Strategy RPG by Nipponichi and now, for the first time ever, PC Master Race players (those who refuse to play on a console) are about to experience this epic game series. Technobuffalo recently reported that this is the "definitive" edition of the first Disgaea game, "Hour of Darkness" because of not only the new HD graphics, but also the bonus content that was previously only available in the PSP version "Afternoon of Darkness" Steam already has a store page set up; and an expected release date in February 2016. According to the Steam store page, the game will include Japanese and English audio, as well as Japanese, English, Chinese, or Korean text, making it a world-wide edition. Also in the announcements on the steam page, users will be able to choose from

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How to Remove Debris Under Screen Protector On Smart Phone

I read an article today on how to remove dust, dirt, hairs, fuzz, lint, etc from underneath your screen protector. When I tried it though, my screen protector, which I've only had for 5 days, cracked. I want to warn everyone that if you are googling how to remove debris under your screen protector to NOT follow this tutorial if you have a tempered glass screen protector. I have one from ZAGG that luckily will be covered under the warranty. My poor screen protector:( pic.twitter.com/P9UZs2E3Aw — Jenilee Dunson (@Xenokitten) November 17, 2015 For those wanting to remove dirt and debris... here's the "urban legend" online.... ONCE AGAIN DO NOT TRY THIS WITH A GLASS SCREEN PROTECTOR. YOU CAN SEE ABOVE WHAT THIS DID TO MY BRAND NEW $45 ZAGG protector. Materials needed: Scotch Tape Tea

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The Letter, a New Horror Visual Novel Kickstarter Campaign Half Way to Funding With 5 Days Left

The Letter Kickstarter Campaign: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/yangyangmobile/the-letter-2?ref=project_tweet I got an email today about a kickstarter campaign for a new horror visual novel inspired by Japanese horror films such as Ringu and the Grudge. It's currently half way to funding with only 5 days left. It features 6 playable characters, fully animated sprites, and quick time events similar to telltales gaming mechanics. There's a playable demo also on the kickstarter page. There's a number of trailers and visuals for this game, and it looks great. So if you like anime, visual novels, or horror, please consider donating to this project so that we can all play the finished game when it comes out. There are numerous bonuses for those who back the project on kickstart...

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God Wars, New JRPG Strategy RPG Game, Heads West for PS4 and PS Vita in 2016

Kotaku covered a news scoop regarding Kodokawa's latest upcoming JRPG, God Wars: Toki wo Koete (translation: God Wars: Beyond Time). You play as a girl, which makes this game highly relevant to my audience here at Geeky Sweetie. She's a priestess named Kaguya, who has been chosen as a sacrifice to the gods, by her own Mother (the Queen). People who are quick to criticize weak willed characters, especially females in gaming, will appreciate this lead role, who manages to escape her ill fate, and has a spunky and opinionated personality, enough so that she rebels against her mother, and her kingdom. She does not just accept authority, from her mother, the queen, or even the teachings of the gods. Instead she sets out on a Journey to find her own answers and make her own decisions. Japanes

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Nagi No Asukara | Anime Review | A Lull in the Sea | Nagi-Asu

Title: Nagi No Asukara (sometimes referred to as Nagi-Asu, or its English title "A Lull in the Sea" Where to Watch: Crunchyroll Overall: 31/35 89% B+ Very Good Anime for Girls Anime Studio: P.A. Works Number of Episodes: 26 Overview: Nagi No Asukara is an anime about a race of merfolk whose school closing forces them to attend school on the land with human children. Their elders worry about preserving the merfolk culture, heritage, traditions, and are distrusting of the humans. The children are both sad about their school closing, as well as excited to be able to attend school on the land. Humans used to worship the sea god, but lately they have turned their back on the old ways in favor of progress. The anger of the sea god has had implications for human and merfolk alik

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Christmas Nights – Sega Saturn Retro Game Review – Special Limited Edition Disc

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas - at least in the Retro Sega Saturn Special Disc called Christmas Nights. I received this game as a kid when I purchased a gaming magazine (I can't remember which magazine now though as this was back in the 90s). But if you didn't grow up in the 90s, you can still play Christmas Nights after beating the HD Remastered Nights into Dreams at least one time. Christmas Nights is a special game that expands on the great gameplay of Nights into Dreams. Players can play as either Claris or Elliot and explore a Christmas themed rendition of the first level of Claris' Spring Valley dream, including the battle with Gillwing at the end of the level. Although the game is short, it has high replay value because you earn presents which will unlock additional

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Rogue State Indie PC Game Review

In the interest of transparency and full disclosure, I received this game for free along with another game, "Dungeon Souls", in order to do a review (of Dungeon Souls) which I still need to do (Dungeon Souls is pretty difficult, I'd like to not be a complete newb when I record a video for it. - Look for some gameplay footage of Dungeon Souls next weekend along with a write up of the game.) I was not asked to review Rogue State, but I spent much of today and lastnight playing it, and I really enjoy the game, so I thought I'd tell my readers about it since it seems like the type of game they would enjoy too :) All opinions expressed within this review are my own. Title: Rogue State Publisher: Little Red Dog Games Genre: Political Simulation Platform: PC Where to Buy: Steam Geeky:  Swe

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School Days Visual Novel PC Game Review

I was asked by a reader that I met on crunchyroll's forums today if I would please review the School Days visual novel, from which the popular yandere anime is based. I actually picked this game up a few months ago in Groupee's Visual Novel 2 Bundle sale. And I'm glad I did. Now before we go on, this is an adult game, or hentai game as they call it. I won't be putting any adult screenshots or going into too much detail about these scenes. There is a lot of REAL story elements and it's more than just all about sex, but you should know that there is still a fair amount of Hentai in this game. With that out of the way, the single coolest thing is that unlike visual novels that you click and read, Playing School Days is more like watching an anime. You only have precious few seconds to m...

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