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Nelke & The Legendary Alchemists Ateliers Of The New World PC Game Review

Nelke & The Legendary Alchemists Ateliers Of The New World is a brand new game by Koei Tecmo Games to celebrate 20 years of the series. Wow has it been that long already? I still remember the first 2 games way back when. And you know what else I remember, a little-known Nintnedo DS offshoot game in the Atelier Series called Atelier Annie: Alchemists of Sera Island which came out about 10 years ago. So why Am I mentioning Atelier Annie? Because, if you've ever played it, then you know what to expect from Nelke & The Legendary Alchemists. Both games are unlike any of the rest of the Atelier Games, and instead put you in a role of managing a city and completing missions to advance. Nelke has some really negative reviews - at least on Steam, but I purchased Nelke anyways,...

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Gree Animal Days Mobile Game Graveyard Review

Gree Animal Days was my all time favorite mobile game. Be warned, before reading this review; the game was shut down several years ago. There are lots of articles available online pointing to why the game failed. But largely, from what I read, the developers over promised and under estimated how difficult it would be to maintain their production schedules for new content and features which ultimately led to them shutting down the game as they could no longer maintain it. There were not many games like Gree Animal Days at the time available in the android or IOS app stores. It was kinda like animal crossing, but it also had breeding, city building, dating sim, and other aspects that made it, in my opinion, more fun than even the newly released Animal Crossing Pocket Camp game (w

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Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Nintendo Mobile Game Review for IOS and Android

Title: Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Developer: Nintendo Genre: Simulation Release Date: Price: Free with optional in-game purchases Where to Get: IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/... Android: https://play.google.com/... Overall: 56/70 80% "B-" Very Good Game for Girls! Geeky: 5/5 - Animal Crossing has a huge cult following because of its unique and strange gameplay and quirky cute characters. There is so much to do and see and it all takes place in an ever evolving changing persistent world that keeps you playing for hundreds or thousands of gaming hours. Sweetie: 5/5 - Very few games come close to being as cute as animal crossing with its chibi anthropomorphic citizens and bright colors. This game is full of charm and wonder. Gameplay: 8/10 - Animal Crossing is fina

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My Nyan Place Cat Cafe Simulation Game Review

Title: My Nyan Place Genre: Simulation Release Date: 2016 Publisher: ESTGames Official Website: http://www.mynyancafe.jp/main/ IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1080565581... Android: https://play.google.com/store... https://youtu.be/FXP_vwOLe74 Geeky: 2/5 - not much to the game play really, but it does have some pretty graphics. Not as robust or as many features as other cafe simulation games such as I love pasta and I love coffee which I reviewed here. Sweetie: 5/5 - cats, cats, and more cats coupled with cute anime graphics and a casual and easy to play family friendly game. Overall: 49/80 63% D "Average Game for Girls" Concept 10/10: My Nyan Place is the perfect IOS and Android game for all cat lovers. You will need a Japanese or Korean Itunes acc

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Casino Simulation Games Let You Build and Manage Your Own Casino

Do you enjoy city-building style games? These games focus on time and resource management to let you simulate the excitement of a real casino. Not only do these games allow you to design the floor plan and upgrade and install new poker tables, roulette wheels, or slot machines, they also may allow you to add a gift shop, restaurant, bar, or other establishment making the game much more in depth than just determining the payout rates for your casino games. Some games even allow you to hire and train your own casino staff such as blackjack dealers, entertainers, janitors, or bouncers. Many people enjoy playing at online casinos for real money, but when you can't afford to pay to play, these casino management games let you get your gambling fix. These games can also be a great way to learn so

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Sims 4 CC (Custom Content) to Create Your Own Casino

We recently did an article about Casino Management Simulation Games in which we mentioned that there's a lot of custom content for Sims 4 that allows you to create a fun casino for your sims so when you can't afford to gamble real money at a canadian online casino, but you still want to spin a slot machine or play roulette you can get your gambling fix by re enacting your casino dreams in Sims 4. This article will highlight and provide links to show you where you can get some fun casino themed custom content to add to your game. One of the things I recommend to help you create a casino in the Sims 4, is the Sims 4 Get Together expansion game. It just happens to be on sale for 50% Off at time of this post as part of their winter sale too. You can grab it for $19.99 for a limited time at 

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Casino Inc – Casino Management Simulation Game – PC Game Review

Have you ever wanted to be a mob boss and run your own casino? Maybe you want to hire hitmen to chase after people who don't pay their debts when they bet on sports such as tennis betting. Or maybe you want to be well known for having the absolutely best entertainment and nightlife attractions such as Elvis impersonators, dancers, magicians, or succulent food and drink. Or maybe you just want to drain wallets dry at your slot machines and blackjack tables. Casino Inc lets you be the mob boss and call the shots in your very own casino. Casino Inc is 50% off right now on Steam, making it just $3.59. Please note that this game is extremely old, the source code has been lost, and the company claims they cannot fix known issues such as crashing in Windows 10. With that out of the way; howeve

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Stormfall Age of War Strategy Game Review

var noskimwords = 'true'; Title: Stormfall Age of War Genre: Strategy Game Developer: Plarium Platform: You can play it directly in your computer browser. Or they also have a mobile app for both android and IOS when you are on the go. Where to Get the Game: It's free to play and you can find the apps or browser version at the official website. Link at top of this post. Overall: 84/100 84% B "Very Good Game for Girls" Geeky: 5/5 The ability to lead huge troops and the skill tree and city building aspects make this game high on the geek list. Sweetie: 3/5 It's a "pretty" game, but there's not much "cute" - there's also not much customization as far as appearances go. The story although funny, is mostly just there to move you through the quests and progress through t...

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Dark Cloud 2 – Dark Chronicle – Retro JRPG Videogame Review for PS2

A day later than promised, but here is my review for Dark Cloud 2. Dark Cloud 2 improves upon Dark Cloud 1 in almost every way. (By the way, I reviewed Dark Cloud 1 yesterday, which you can read here.) You may want to read the review for Dark Cloud 1 first to get the fullest understanding of the Gameplay mechanics, as a lot of those same mechanics are carried over to Dark Cloud 2. Dark Cloud 2, like its predecessor is an Action-RPG with real-time combat and unique weapon leveling system, procedurally generated dungeons and world and city building gameplay elements. Title: Dark Cloud 2 (also sometimes referred to by the Japanese title, Dark Chronicle). Platform: PS2 Genre: Action-RPG Publisher: Level 5 Where to Buy: Playstation Store has Dark Cloud 2 (digital version...

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Dark Cloud PS2 Retro JRPG Game Review

Reviewing one of my all time favorite games today, Dark Cloud. I will also be reviewing the very similar, but slightly better, Dark Cloud 2 later today as well. This game is extremely similar to Legend of Zelda. Our main hero even has a green floppy hat just like Link lol. But it brings with it some unique new features such as rouge-like random proceduraly generated level design, multiple playable characters, and most notably, a world-creation and city building system. Also, if you missed out on this awesome game back in 2001, you can play it again now if you have a PS4 via the playstation store. You can grab Dark Cloud 1 for $14.99 at  https://store.playstation.com... and also pick up Dark Cloud 2 for $14.99 at https://store.playstation.com... This was Level 5's first game - and defin

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I Love Pasta | I Love Coffee | Review of 2 Similar Mobile Games by Pati Games | Restaurant Management Simulation | Anime Games | Casual Games

Title 1: I Love Pasta Get I Love Pasta on IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/i-love-pasta/id926176278?mt=8 Get I Love Pasta on Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.patigames.ilovepasta4gsp&hl=en Title 2: I Love Coffee Get I Love Coffee on IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/line-i-love-coffee/id605633081?mt=8 Get I Love Coffee on Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.naver.SJLGCOFFEE&hl=en Geeky: 1/5  Sweetie: 5/5  Overall: 56/80 70% C- Good Game for Girls Concept: 10/10 Today I'm reviewing two very cute, and very similar, cafe simulation games by Pati Games. These games are "I love Pasta" and "I love Coffee". Both games let you manage your own cafe. In I Love Pasta, you're cooking spaghetti, serving bread and wine, making new n

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Steambot Chronicles | Retro Game Review | JRPG | RPG | PS2 | Playstation 2

I hope everyone had an excellent holiday. Today I'm reviewing Steambot Chronicles for PS2. This is one of my favorite games because of the amount of things to do and see as well as the unique steam punk setting within the game. Title: Steambot Chronicles Publisher: Atlus Platform: PS2 Release Date: 2006 Where to Buy: Amazon seems to be the only way to go (aside from ebay of course). The game was a commercial failure in north america, so not many copies exist; and it was before Atlus "struck gold" (and attainted a cult following) with games like Persona 3 and 4. There are currently 2 copies available on Amazon at time of this review for $90 - $120. You can keep checking back. Here is the page for the game on Amazon right here. Edit: Actually there appears to be 2 pages on Ama

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Breath of Fire II – SNES Retro Game Review

Title: Breath of Fire II Platform: SNES Release Date: 1994 Publisher: Capcom Where to Buy: Your best bet is Nintendo's Eshop for $7.99 assuming you have a Wii or Wii U. You can go to the Store Page Here. However if you don't have a Wii or Wii U or you want to have the original SNES version for your collection you can find it on Amazon with prices ranging from $199 to $329 depending on the condition of the item. You can browse what's available on Amazon right here. Geeky:  Sweetie:  Overall: 63/80 79% C+ "Good Game for Girls" Concept: 10/10 Breath of Fire II is another one of my all-time favorite games. I loved the cute and colorful graphics, interesting characters who are mostly anthromorphic or furrie in nature, and especially enjoyed the city building aspects of t

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Azure Dreams – RogueLike Dungeon Crawler with Dating Sim, City Building, and Pokemon Style Gameplay | Retro Game Review | Playstation | 90s | Cute Anime RPG

Title: Azure Dreams Publisher: Konami Release Date: 1997 Platforms: Playstation 1, and Gameboy Color. Note that the Gameboy Color version is widely different and not as good as the PS1 version, for example the Gameboy version removed all of the dating sim elements from the game. I really recommend playing the original PS1 version. Where to Buy: Unfortunately it's very old and hard to find, at time of this review there is one copy left on amazon, being sold for $150+ Keep your eyes on this page here: http://www.amazon.com/Azure-Dreams-Pc/dp/B00000DMAP  You can also check out the reviews there and see for yourself that this is a great game. I wish Konami would release this game on the Playstation Store. I'd buy it in an instant even though I still have my PS1 disc. (darn lack of backwa

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