How to get married with the Tamagotchi On app

The Tamagotchi On line of devices have a rather unique feature for people who want to interact with other original characters, but don’t have people around them also playing or an interest in purchasing multiple devices. These latest devices include Bluetooth technology, which lets you connect to an Android and iOS app. That means getting to go online to connect to others’ games to possibly meet a mate. This also means different sorts of genetics are available, including from the more recent Fantasy, Sanrio and Sweets models’ characters that aren’t available worldwide. But, it might also mean trying to jump over some hurdles when attempting to find a Tamagotchi to marry.

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How to prepare for Dragon Quest XI S

Dragon Quest XI S is heading to the Nintendo Switch! People will be able to have an absolutely massive JRPG and can play it anywhere they want. It’ll be the definitive version with a 2D mode, extra story segments and other new content. It’s so massive that you may not know what would be best to do to prepare for it.

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What do you need to know about The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening?

One of the more imaginative entries in The Legend of Zelda series is going to reappear. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening will bring a classic portable game back. Right when it’s needed too, what with the Switch Lite launching alongside of it. But, people might be wondering what this adventure is like. Should they play the newest one or go back to its origins? Are there any other games to play to prepare?

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Sega Dreamcast imports guide: The best Japan-only games to play

For a less-successful-than-hoped system now reaching two decades of existence, the Dreamcast holds an impressive library of games that just haven’t seen proper follow-ups, and that holds true with the unlocalized segment of its library. The end of the road for Sega’s hardware development was full of both special novelties and Japan-only genre specialties, and the system’s arcade-like approach means a lot of it’s totally playable for Western audiences. Here’s what you shouldn’t miss!

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How to get into Sumikko Gurashi games

San-X, like Sanrio, is one of the major mascot character companies out there. If someone likes a cute being, say like Mamegoma, Rilakkuma or Tarepanda, then there is a good chance San-X made it. Case in point, Sumikko Gurashi is one of the company’s more popular groups of critters. Which makes them a great lead-in to some Japanese games that can sometimes be rather import-friendly!

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What do you need to know about Tokyo RPG Factory?

There are certain smaller studios out there making Japanese games that are gradually growing in notoriety. One of them is Tokyo RPG Factory, a developer that most people probably know as the one that is owned by Square Enix. (Other acceptable answers include “the one that makes sad games” or “the one where all the games look a lot alike.” It’s been five years since its founding in 2014, and the company has kept on trucking. In fact, it has a new game coming out this year! Which means now is the perfect time to figure out more about it and why you may want to take an interest in the team’s games.

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