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Top 2018 Nintendo Switch Games for Girls

30 New Games For Girls on the Nintendo Switch in 2018 One of the most popular posts on this site is our Top 2017 Nintendo Switch Games for Girls With a new year, I decided to take a look at the upcoming releases for the Switch in 2018 and make a few suggestions as to what games girls should be looking out for in the year ahead. (There may be a few games that released in Q4 of 2017 also on this list as I wasn't sure of a few of the release dates). Enjoy! And leave me a comment to let me know what games you're looking forward to on the Switch in 2018. :) I'll also soon add a list like this for PS4 and PC games as well. Top 2018 Nintendo Switch Games For Girls 1.) Project Octopath Traveler https://youtu.be/E-lnvBXy68Q Originally scheduled for a 2017 release, and part of our Top 20...

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Rhapsody a Musical Adventure Retro Videogame Review

Rhapsody a Musical Adventure is an anime musical strategy JRPG first appearing on PS1 and Later on the Nintendo DS. This review focuses on the PS1 version. Preface: Okay, while researching some stuff (such as release date, etc) for this review, I discovered there was a sequel, and now I am sad AF because the sequel never left Japan..... Major Heartbreak! WARNING THIS LINK ABOUT THE SEQUEL HAS HUGE SPOILERS ABOUT BOTH GAMES!!!! READ AT OWN RISK!!!  The original is one of my all time favorite games. I love all the songs, the heart warming, touching story, the cute characters, adorable graphics, simple grid based turn-based Strategy JRPG gameplay, and use of the puppets in battle. I greatly prefer the version by Atlus on the PS1, much more than the version by NIS on the DS, becaus

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Growlanser Generations: Growlanser II and Growlanser III Review

Hang tight; things are going to get confusing if you've never heard of this series before. Growlanser Generations is the name of an American version of Growlanser II and III (that's the one I'm reviewing below). BUT Growlanser Generations is the name of a Japanese game in the same game series, which is Growlanser V (and this game was also released in America as Growlanser Heritage of War, but I hate (or at least strongly dislike) that one, so I'm not reviewing it (at least not right now). So Keep in mind, this is a review of Growlanser II and Growlanser III (Generations NA). And it is NOT a review of Growlanser V (Generations JP) Got it? Good :) Title: Growlanser Generations Publisher: Working Designs Release Date: 2004 Platform: PS2 Genre: Strategy RPG with Dating Sim Elements Wher

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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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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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Dragon Force | Retro | SRPG | Review | Sega Saturn | Working Designs | Strategy | Strategy RPG | Strategy Game | Retro Game | Retro Gamers | Retro Game Review

Title: Dragon Force Platform: Sega Saturn (or if you're able to read Japanese, the original game has also been ported to PS2 and PS3. No word if it'll ever get ported over to the USA; chances are slim now that Working Designs, the original publisher in the USA, is defunct.) Release Date: November 1996 Publisher: Working Designs Where to Buy: This game goes for $100-$200 on sites like Amazon. (and yes, it's worth it; it's an amazing game) You can find it on this page here: http://www.amazon.com/Dragon-Force-Sega-Saturn/dp/B00004SW0Z Geeky Factor:  Sweetie Factor:  Overall: 76/90 84% B “Very Good Game For Girls” Concept: 10/10 Dragon Force is a Real-Time Strategy RPG with large-scale warfare (hundreds of units in combat) which allows you to play as one of 6 different kingdoms initial

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Tactics Ogre – Let Us Cling Together Review

Title: Tactics Ogre - Let Us Cling Together Platform: SNES, Psx/Ps1, PSP Genre: Strategy RPG (SRPG) Publisher: The game was originally developed by Quest Corporation who are now defunct. The english localizations of this series have been handled by numerous third party companies including Atlus and Square-Enix. This review is specifically for the PSP enhanced edition released in 2011 by Square-Enix. Overall Score: 83% B. Very Good Game for Girls Where to buy: Amazon Geeky Factor:  Sweetie Factor:  Story: 10/10 - The story of tactics ogre is far more complex and mature than square's own "final fantasy tactics" series. It resembles a lot of what made the original final fantasy tactics great, while the sequels of that series have been dumbed down to be child friendly. At it's core, ...

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