Review: Tokyo Dark: Remembrance (Nintendo Switch)


Review by Matt S. Cherrymochi is a Japanese development company with a unique distinction – most of the team are westerners, drawn from the UK, Europe and America, but all of them have extensive experience living and working in Japan. It’s rare that a game can be truly Japanese –…

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Want more brilliant Spirit Hunter horror? You’re going to need to crowdfund it


News by Matt S.  Experience Inc’s horror visual novel series, which started with Death Mark before moving on to NG, has become my favourite horror this side of Project Zero. They’re not necessarily commercial works however, which is why Experience is now relying on crowdfinding for the third in the…

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Tokyo Dark Remembrance is one sexy-looking horror game, coming to Switch soon!


News by Matt S.  Developers, Cherrymochi and Mebius, and publisher Unties have announced Tokyo Dark: Remembrance for a November 7 release on Nintendo Switch (in Japan, at least). originally released on Steam in 2017, it has a nearly universal positive rating there, and is well regarded for its narrative style…

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Review: Paper Dolls Original (Nintendo Switch)


Review by Harvard L. I’m not sure how much Western media knows about Chinese superstitions, because it’s a veritable goldmine for interesting storytelling, and I celebrate any developer with the intention to try to do something with it. Developer Litchi Game is one of the studios making the most of…

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