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Join me in this Dating Simulation where we follow Marcus Feick after a serious incident that ends him at a new school with his uncle on an island south of Boston where he meets new people get new friends and maybe even a GF who knows.
6 Oct 2019
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Join me in this Dating Simulation where we follow Marcus Feick after a serious incident that ends him at a new school with his uncle on an island south of Boston where he meets new people get new friends and maybe even a GF who knows.
6 Oct 2019
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Join me in this Dating Simulation where we follow Marcus Feick after a serious incident that ends him at a new school with his uncle on an island south of Boston where he meets new people get new friends and maybe even a GF who knows.
6 Oct 2019
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Join me in this Dating Simulation where we follow Marcus Feick after a serious incident that ends him at a new school with his uncle on an island south of Boston where he meets new people get new friends and maybe even a GF who knows.
6 Oct 2019
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Dysfunctional Systems Episode 1: Learning to Manage Chaos review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR shirts & mugs! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Dysfunctional Systems Episode 1: Learning to Manage Chaos for PC developed and published by Dischan Media. Up until now, the Sound Novel genre of low-interactivity, but widely-diverging storytelling games had been under complete domination by Japanese developers - most specifically Chunsoft - who started with titles like Otogirisou and Kamaitachi no Yoru and eventually found a niche in the States with more puzzle-heavy titles like Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors and Virtue's Last Reward. Dischan Media - creators of the viral hit Juniper's Knot - throw their hats in the ring with Dysfunctional Systems Episode 1: Learning to Manage Chaos, the first in a series of tales detailing a utopian society's efforts to curb chaos, and the kids who are trained to do so. This video review features video gameplay footage of Dysfunctional Systems Episode 1: Learning to Manage Chaos for PC and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
22 Jan 2014
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Hakuoki: Memories of the Shinsengumi review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR shirts & mugs! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Hakuoki: Memories of the Shinsengumi for Nintendo 3DS developed by Idea Factory and published by Aksys Games. Hakuoki: Memories of the Shinsengumi is your pocket-sized harem of pretty samurai boys, patrolling the lawless streets of 1860s Kyoto in search of more pectoral-revealing clothing. As a girl on a mission to save her abducted father, you join them (or, rather, you're abducted yourself and nearly killed before they have a change of heart) and engage in a largescale, branching military operation that changes with your decisions. This video review features video gameplay footage of Hakuoki: Memories of the Shinsengumi for Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
3 Feb 2014
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Tsuma Shibori opening for PC
29 Oct 2018
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Action Extreme Gaming - Idol Hakkenden (NES/Famicom) Act 1: Birth of an Idol (Part 1)
11 Dec 2018
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Join me in this Dating Simulation where we follow Marcus Feick after a serious incident that ends him at a new school with his uncle on an island south of Boston where he meets new people get new friends and maybe even a GF who knows.
6 Oct 2019
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The basic storyline of shuffle-dubbed! follows the romantic life of Rin Tsuchimi, a normal human, Japanese high schooler, who finds himself being sought after by a variety of girls. The world of shuffle-dubbed! consists of humans living in harmony with gods, resembling humans with slightly pointed ears and devils[2], who have more prominent pointed ears. Despite their respective positive and negative connotations, both races are equally kind and good-natured. Rin soon finds himself as the potential marriage candidate for both Lisianthus and Nerine, the two daughters of the kings of the god and devil worlds who recently transferred to Rin's school. In addition to them, he is also liked by his childhood friend Kaede, his senior Asa, and the mysterious, reserved Primula. Through the course of the game, Rin will end up with one of those five girls and fall into mutual love. Depending on how the player plays the game, the story beyond this basic set-up can differ greatly. The storyline of the adaptations of shuffle-dubbed! generally try to incorporate the stories from all of the paths in the visual novel, but still vary greatly in which events occur and the order of those that do, not to mention which girl Rin falls in love with.
4 Aug 2009
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Please Do Not Report Me. If You Don't Like What You See Close The Page. Thank You The basic storyline of shuffle-dubbed! follows the romantic life of Rin Tsuchimi, a normal human, Japanese high schooler, who finds himself being sought after by a variety of girls. The world of shuffle-dubbed! consists of humans living in harmony with gods, resembling humans with slightly pointed ears and devils[2], who have more prominent pointed ears. Despite their respective positive and negative connotations, both races are equally kind and good-natured. Rin soon finds himself as the potential marriage candidate for both Lisianthus and Nerine, the two daughters of the kings of the god and devil worlds who recently transferred to Rin's school. In addition to them, he is also liked by his childhood friend Kaede, his senior Asa, and the mysterious, reserved Primula. Through the course of the game, Rin will end up with one of those five girls and fall into mutual love. Depending on how the player plays the game, the story beyond this basic set-up can differ greatly. The storyline of the adaptations of shuffle-dubbed! generally try to incorporate the stories from all of the paths in the visual novel, but still vary greatly in which events occur and the order of those that do, not to mention which girl Rin falls in love with.
4 Aug 2009
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