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DanganRonpa Now Available on Steam

Danganronpa is a game series in which you find yourself captive by a cute but terrifyingly evil teddy bear who wants to play a game with you and the other students. The only way to graduate from his twisted school is to get away with murder. He encourages you and the others to kill each other, and once a dead body is discovered there will be a trial in which you and the other students decide who the murderer was. If you guess correctly, the murderer is punished by the death penalty, if you are incorrect however, it's you and the other students who will be put to death and the murderer allowed to roam free. It plays very similar to Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney games. You investigate the crime scene and talk to other NPCs, and object to their claims in the court room while putting together y...

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I must appologize if you received our weekly email numerous times today. I use a plugin called "MailPoet" to send the emails for me - I don't know what happened as I've been using it for a few months now without any problem, but today I got our email from my website at least 5 times. I took a look at the plugin to see what was going on - and I saw about 7 more "sending" or "waiting to send" which I of course promptly deleted. I'm really sorry that this happened. I take spam very seriously and just want you to know that you can also always unsubscribe by hitting the link at the bottom of the email. I'm going to leave it "in play" right now, but if the error occurs again next week, MailPoet will be gone and I'll have to use Mailchimp or similar services. I'm also going to contact MailPoe...

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Broken Age – Point and Click Adventure Game for PC – Review and Giveaway

Our new alternate winner is Ccaminha - Congrats, an email will be going out shortly to inform you of your prize. Please reply to that email letting me know you're interested and I will send over the key. EDIT: TatsuKaji never claimed his prize, so we will hold another drawing for an alternate winner sometime this weekend (Approx 3/20/16). We've gained a lot of members since announcing this contest, so anyone that posts between now and Sunday will go into the drawing. :) EDIT: The contest is now over. Congratulations to TatsuKaji - please check your email and reply back to receive your free steam key. If you're not interested, or already have the game, please also reply back so I can draw an alternate winner. - If I don't hear back within a week I will draw another random winner.  

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More News Comes About Pokemon Sun and Moon!

This time, from the legit, pokemon direct hosted by the real Nintendo.  Watch the entire 6 minute presentation below. https://youtu.be/4qBHfd2NtJs As the direct show explains, Pokemon Sun and Moon will debut in 9 different languages this Holiday Season 2016. ...

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New Pokemon Games are on the Way! Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon

Update: 2/26/2016: Nintendo has confirmed worldwide release of these two titles Holiday 2016 You can watch their live event below incase you missed it. https://youtu.be/4qBHfd2NtJs   Previous Update - Newer information at top: the Twitter account claiming to confirm this announcement below has been confirmed to be fake parody account as you can see upon closer inspection the username has an l instead of a t however that doesn't necessarily mean that Nintendo won't confirm the announcement of new games themselves tomorrow during their live event only time will tell. Nintendo of America has confirmed two new 3DS Pokemon games titled Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon. No other details were revealed at this time. #PokémonSun and #PokémonMoon are launching on #3DS later this year. More in...

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LiEat Releases Tomorrow on Steam for just $2.99

LiEat is a little indie JRPG-inspired trilogy of short games. The entire trilogy can be completed in just 2 or 3 hours. The game was originally Freeware made with a program called WOLF RPG Editor. I'm not sure, but am assuming that some enhancements were made for the Steam Release as is typically the case for free to play games which later get redone for steam. The story follows a con-artist trying to sell information in various cities and a dragon-girl named Efi who has the ability to turn lies into living things and then eat them. There are multiple endings and turn based combat when Efi encounters various lies who have turned into monsters. Synopsis from Steam "Welcome to the heart-moving world of LiEat, a fascinating trilogy of JRPGs that captured the minds of thousands. Follow the s...

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Get Stein’s Gate and Other Great Visual Novels From JAST USA in This Bundle for $30

I also forgot to mention there's a limited edition bundle at Groupees.com right now which features a lot of popular JAST titles, including the AMAAAAZING Stein's Gate - which I reviewed here. The bundle features a tiered pricing system, allowing you to get more games with each tier. I already have Stein's Gate, so I went with the $20 tier. I was actually most interested in Snow Sakura and Snow Drop though, so even the $10 tier is a great buy. These games go for $40 and up on JASTUSA's website and rarely go on sale or get placed in bundles. I think it is the first time Stein's Gate has ever been included in a bundle. At time of this writing there are still 750 bundles remaining. FOR A MINIMUM OF $10 YOU GET: Do You Like Horny Bunnies Snow Sakura Snow Drop FOR A MINIMUM OF $20 YOU ALSO GE

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Tokyo Anime Mega Bundle of Steam Games

Just a heads up, for the next 16 days, until Mach 10th, you can get 13 anime games for just $3.49 (until price goes up). The titles include: Tokyo Hosto Orion: A Sci-Fi Visual Novel A Wild Catgirl Appears! Sickness Echo Tokyo Always The Same Blue Sky… Highschool Possession Shan Gui (山桂) Lamia's Game Room Quantum Conscience Divine Slice of Life Beach Bounce Blue Rose Many of these games have been in previous bundles, but a few have not. It's a great buy - I picked a copy up for myself as well even though I already had about half of the novels (I will do a giveaway sometime soon for my extra keys) :) You can grab this bundle at https://www.indiegala.com/tokyo

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We've "soft launched" a new forum system for our readers to interact with eachother. There's not too much there yet, but if you want bragging rights and to secure your username and a low ID number you can sign up now :) http://geekysweetie.com/forums We've also changed our theme (again) - I apologize that the theme we ran for the last few weeks had some poor navigation elements which caused parts of the menu to be truncated. This menu should be much cleaner. Enjoy the new look and new features. More new features will be coming in the next few weeks. If you have any suggestions on how to improve either the site, or the forums, be sure to hit that big pink REPLY NOW button and leave a comment below.

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Seiken Densetsu 3 | Secret of Mana 3 | Secret of Mana 2 | Retro Videogame Review for Super Nintendo SNES Part 3 of 4

Check Out Parts One and Two of our 4 Part Secret of Mana Series Part One: Secret of Mana Review Part Two: Secret of Evermore Review Welcome to Part Three of our Secret of Mana Reviews. Today's topic is Secret of Mana 3, a game which we never got to experience in North America, but which was thankfully translated by some dedicated fans. You're probably wondering how you can play this awesome game so here's a link to the Seiken Densetsu 3 fan translation. I really recommend that you purchase a physical copy of the game. You sometimes can find it on sites like Amazon. At time of this writing, it is about $160 but it is so worth it. Buy Secret of Mana 3 on Amazon.com I don't condone piracy so I'm not putting a link to the rom here. You can find it easily enough for yourself. I'm really ex

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Secret of Evermore Retro Videogame Review for Super Nintendo SNES Part 2 of 4

Check out Part 1 Secret of Mana Retro Videogame Review for Super Nintendo SNES Here Hi, and welcome to part 2 of a 4 part series covering Secret of Mana, Secret of Evermore, Secret of Mana III, and Legend of Mana. In today's review we will take a look at Secret of Evermore which is what North America got as a sequel to Secret of Mana, instead of Secret of Mana III. NOTE: While maybe not technically correct to refer to it as a sequel, because they had completely different development teams, and stand-alone stories and worlds, the gameplay, as well as the name, are so similar that most squaresoft fans (myself included) hold the opinion that this is (more or less) part of the mana series. Squaresoft however has pointed out numerous times that this is not part of the "mana" franchise. If yo

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Kawaii Cat Cafe JRPG, 7th Dragon, Heads West with Over 96 Ways to Customize the Appearance of Your Hero

7th Dragon until now, has remained a title only available in Japan, but that is about to change with 7th Dragon III Code VFD on the Nintendo 3DS. This quirky little Time Travel RPG sees us in a not too distant future which is at war with powerful dragons. In order to save the world from destruction, you must travel to the ancient city of Atlantis, future capital of Eden, and present day Tokyo. The artwork features chibi super-deformed, bobble head, big head, tiny body style character designs, giving everything a very cute anime feeling. Check out the trailer below to see what I mean. Very Kawaii!: https://youtu.be/LPaYz7MIgiw With the cute art work, and almost endless ways to customize your hero, this game immediately sparks my radar. I admit, I've not heard of 7th Dragon until now. I'...

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Rumor: Mother 3 Getting Official English Release in 2016

2016 marks the 10th anniversary of Mother 3 - known to gamers in the west as "Earthbound" - Lately, there have been a lot of rumors online, including some started by people from within Nintendo which indicate that we MAY be getting an official English release of the game now a decade after it's original release in Japan. Even if the rumors prove false, you can play Mother 3 in English already right now today. You can always purchase the Japanese cart and patch it with the free 100% completed English fan translation which you can get here. If you need help on where to buy the cart for the game, check out Play-Asia who specializes in Japanese import games. There's also some available that are already "pre-patched" which saves you the trouble of patching it yourself on sites like ebay and am

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Secret of Mana Retro Videogame Review for Super Nintendo SNES Part 1 of 4

Secret of Mana is a series of real-time adventure RPGs from the 1990s. The "first" installment, which we're reviewing today, is Secret of Mana for the SNES. This game was actually the 2nd in the Secret of Mana series, but was the first one to make it overseas. There's also Secret of Mana 3 (Sometimes mistakenly referred to as Secret of Mana 2) which we also never got in the USA (but which has been fan translated), Secret of Evermore - which is a completely different, but equally fun game, which is what we got in America instead of Secret of Mana 3, and Legend of Mana on the PS1. I say this review is part 1 of 4 because I plan to review the other installments in the series in the near future. I've never played the original "first" game (from Japan), so that one will not be included in the ...

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