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The third path: Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation

The newest Fire Emblem is a pretty hefty ordeal, much more so than the previous installments. With three different paths to take, each with their own distinct scenario’s and characters, it makes sense to take a look at each of these separately. You’ve been able to read the general review on Fire Emblem Fates here, and now we will take a look at Fire Emblem Fates’ special scenario, ‘Revelation’.

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Yo-kai Watch (10)
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Yo-kai Watch 3DS – A Sibling Review

This review is brought to you by siblings Menno (webmaster, practical reviewer) and Paulien (editor, literary reviewer) van der Krift. We share (mostly Menno’s) main thoughts on Yo-Kai Watch and how you might not want to come near this game as a European adult. The game is general cheesy, the combat is dull, and the J-humor is face-palming. Only if you’re into that kind of thing, or a kid under 10, you might enjoy it.

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Hidden Gems: The realms of oriental mysticism

The modern gaming industry is one where publishers with buckets of money spend said cashflow to market their games on a grand scale. Who cares about a game’s cover art anymore? The choice of whether or not you buy a game is already been made through the countless press releases, Youtube reviews and let’s plays and even random anecdotes about the game that circle the internet on a daily basis. It’s hard not to get a good idea of what a game is about before you buy it unless you deliberately try to stay in the dark. One of the things that happens as a consequence to this exposure is that nowadays it’s hard to be truly surprised by a game. It’s harder to find the hidden gems, because many games aren’t exactly ‘hidden’ in the first place, not anymore.

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