What do you need to know about Weekly Shonen Jump crossover fighters?

More and more Japanese games are being localized every year. Especially as anime and manga series develop larger, worldwide audiences. Jump Force is the latest to show up worldwide. While it might not be the best crossover title or have the most diverse character roster, it might be a good introduction into this sort of world. So, let’s go a bit deeper and learn more about Weekly Shonen Jump crossover games.

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The best of the Game Boy Color: a guide

As we live through the nostalgia of celebrating the 20th anniversaries of the system’s best releases, it’s a great time to revisit the Game Boy Color and play some old and new favorites! (As well as some original Game Boy releases celebrating their 30th!) We’ve spent… well, a lot of time with the library over here, and we’ve compiled a list of the games you simply shouldn’t miss on the platform. Read on, will you?

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Death end re;Quest plays around with genres

Death end re;Quest is a brutal game. An MMORPG was shut down, but hacked somewhere along the way. One of the debuggers went missing in the real world, but in actuality has been trapped inside of the game for a full year. Death is everywhere in a virtual wasteland where corruption runs rampant and everything shouldn’t still exist. But it does, leaving a sense of hope.

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What do you need to know about Devil May Cry?

2019 is a big year for Devil May Cry. The series is back after quite a hiatus. It was 21 years between Capcom’s Devil May Cry 4 and 5. It had been six years since Ninja Theory-created DmC: Devil May Cry. People may have wondered if the sons of Sparda would ever return. This sort of gap between games may mean some are unfamiliar with the demon hunters. Well, that’s where Michibiku steps in to help. Here’s all you need to know about the series.

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The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince showcases a realistic relationship

The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince is a very story-heavy game. After all, it even lets you skip through levels so you can keep seeing what happens with the wolf, aka the Liar Princess, and the Prince. It works really well for it, and a big part is because this showcases a realistic relationship. Which might sound odd to say, considering it involves a human prince and a man-eating wolf. Yet the progression here is so authentic as it looks at how two very different people become comfortable together and grow closer.

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A beginner’s guide to Etrian Odyssey

Back in 2007, Atlus decided to use the Nintendo DS to do something ambitious. It brought back the days of first-person RPGs with original party members you had to customize and dungeons you needed to map. Thanks to the handheld’s design, the bottom screen allowed people to practice cartography as they played. Since then, 10 games have been released, each bringing something new to adventurers. Which should you try? What might be right for you?

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