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Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition
Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition
Xenoblade Chronicles 3
Xenoblade Chronicles 3
Disco Elysium: The Final Cut
Disco Elysium: The Final Cut


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Apr 23

Buckshot Roulette
Buckshot Roulette

Apr 21

Castlevania II: Simon's Quest
Castlevania II: Simon's Quest

Apr 20

Neko Navy
Neko Navy

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Most people nowadays that pick up Xenogears go in knowing it's going to be a good game, a great one, even. Word of its quality has spread gradually over time, primarily due to the success of its descendants; Xenosaga and Xenoblade. What people don’t seem to know is how ambitious it was.
The game having a good story is practically a given thanks to the names behind it, but it's the rest of the game that really impresses. Not only does the game have a ‘normal’ form of combat, in which up to three of your party members use their three attack types to combo their opponents into hell, there’s also gear combat. Gears are the mechs in this game, and unlike the normal characters, gears need to build attack level to combo, rely on fuel, and can’t be healed normally. The game switches between these two combat forms depending on the situation, and each of them are remarkably fleshed out, making it much harder to tire of combat than it is in most jrpgs.
Besides the main combat forms, there are also side modes and mini games such as gear combat. Not the same gear combat as before, the battlin’ gear combat is a lot more comparable to an arena fighter (albeit much less fleshed out) giving the gameplay even more variety. There’s even a speed minigame, a goddamn fully built card game that looks pretty good even now.
Xenogears bleeds creativity and is fully deserving of its legacy. The game is far from perfect - there are some glitches and some party members feel a tad underdeveloped, for example - but it's a truly one-of-a-kind experience worth anyone’s time.

Neko Navy is the premiere silly cat shmup of the 21st century. It's a surprisingly competent shmup with more depth than most would assume after a brief glance, paired with a cute albeit crude artstyle that won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, but certainly stands out against its contemporaries and predecessors.

Neko Navy has three playable cats when booting the game up, and three more cats (One of the cats may or may not be a cat person and another one may or may not be a fish) unlocked by completing runs on any difficulty. Each cat has their own unique bullet patterns, and five of the six have special attacks they can perform to turn enemy bullets into points that can be collected to improve the score. There are also three levels of difficulty, each difficulty level consists of the same seven stages, with each higher difficulty upping the intensity of everything. The game is pretty easy for a shmup, even on the higher difficulties, but is still a fun, charming time nonetheless.

As charming as the game is, there are some issues with the game, such as the absolutely whack balance and the game’s humor being very hit-or-miss depending on the player. Despite that, Neko Navy is a decidedly good game and one worth checking out.

Telecomsoft did a lot of shit talking for a division that went defunct in five years.