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Taisho Alice Picked Up For English Localization by E2 Gaming Who Expressed Interest In bringing Other Otome Games Overseas As Well

Taisho Alice has just been picked up for a North American Release by E2 Gaming. I found this news on Tumblr and verified it on E2 Gaming's Facebook Page, where they've also announced a new image song for the English release. Taisho Alice could best be described as a fairytale crossover. The different routes relate to common fairytales such as Snow White, Cinderella, Princess Kaguya, the Wizard of Oz, and of course, Alice in Wonderland. It is an Otome Game - this is a type of game (generally a visual novel) (a game in which you read, and are prompted at times to make a decision which effects which parts of the story and which endings you will see) in which the main protagonist is a female - There are often (but not always) dating sim elements and a strong focus on romance and relation

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D4 Dark Dreams Don’t Die Game Review

Title: D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die Genre: Sandbox Game with elements from Simulation Games, Dressup Games, Point n Click Games, Visual Novels, Adventure Games, and "TellTales Style" Games. Developer: Access Games Publisher: Microsoft Studios (Xbone) and Playism (PC) Release Date: September 2014 (Xbone) June 2015 (PC) Platforms: Xbone and PC Where to Buy: If you're lucky, the humble bundle sale may still be going on which includes the entire first season of D4 and a buncha other games for $10. You can check here to see what the weekly humble bundle currently is. Otherwise, you will need to purchase either a season pass, or buy the episodes individually (if that's even possible everywhere I look appears to be selling "Season 1" for $14.99 (or less with steam holiday sale). You can check

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Life is Strange Review

Title: Life is Strange Genre: Point and Click Adventure Game (With some Visual Novel Elements) Publisher: DontNod Entertainment & Squaresoft/Square-Enix Release Date: Life is Strange is an Episodic Game, where your decisions made in each episode carry over to the next, the first episode was released in January of 2015. There are a total of 5 episodes, and we are still waiting (at time of this review) for episode 5 to be released. Geeky Factor:  Sweetie Factor:  Overall: 65/90 72% C- "Good Game for Girls" Concept: 10/10 Life is strange is a Point-and-Click adventure game with a heavy focus on story telling. It also includes branching plots and decision trees similar to those found in visual novels. The story is set in the 90s, and follows a young woman attending an art college wh

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