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Dungeon Travelers: To Heart 2 in Another World – Review

Dungeon Travelers: To Heart 2 in Another World is a DRPG that was originally released in Japan for the PSP in 2011. Now, over ten years later, it has received its first English release. The PC release of Dungeon Travelers: To Heart 2 in Another World means that the entire Dungeon Travelers series can now […]

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Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal – Review

Sting Entertainment’s Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal has, with some difficulty, finally landed on PC via Johren. The game is a traditional dungeon crawling RPG in the same vein as Etrian Odyssey or Demon Gaze, and the question of course is does Dungeon Travelers 2 have anything to recommend it over its contemporaries? Well, I happen to […]

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Etrian Odyssey Origins Collection – Review

Atlus is mostly known for their work on the Shin Megami Tensei and Persona franchises, but during the mid-2000s, one humble series was born. The Etrian Odyssey games are a series of dungeon-crawling RPGs harkening back to the days of playing computer RPGs with pen and paper. The series has spawned many games since then, all for the DS […]

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Vaporum Lockdown – Review | Puzzles and Dungeons

There is a lighthouse, it always starts with a lighthouse…..sorry wrong game. The immersive story-focused Vaporum was released the other year to great reviews. It is now being followed up by a prequel, Vaporum Lockdown. Grab your snorkel son, we are going swimming.  Vaporum Lockdown was developed by Fatbot Games. As mentioned it’s a prequel […]

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Void Terrarium – Review | My Robot Parents

MY MECHANICAL FRIEND, ROBBIE! Void Terrarium is a puzzling entity. Going into it, I expected a mystery dungeon-esque experience. Something that while simple, provided a challenge. Fortunately, that’s precisely what I got, despite a few caveats. Decisions that made the game needlessly frustrating. I do want to point to the out-of-the-box approach though. It was refreshing […]