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Welcome to The Ten Reasons, where I discuss ten reasons why I like or dislike a game. You know, I wanted to write a review for Apollo Justice this month, but it turns out that Zach Rich already did i
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PaRappa the Rapper is a beloved classic of the PlayStation era—but it secretly just sucks.
[NSFW] Gamera Obscura: Magic Bubble
I'VE BEEN WAITING A REALLY LONG TIME FOR YOU TO GET HERE...
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Despite efforts by Nintendo to keep the NES squeaky clean, some unlicensed game developers managed leak some smuttiness onto the otherwise family-friendly system.
The Ace Attorney Series Has Been Cancelled.
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[NSFW] Black Sigil: Blade of the Exiled (DS)
So dutifully trying to be Chrono Trigger it's both admirable and depressing at the same time.

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