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The Denpa Men 3 debuts May 8, demo coming next week

Genius Sonority's AR-enhanced dungeon crawler The Denpa Men 3: Rise of the Digitoll is due to arrive in North America and Europe on May 8 via the Nintendo 3DS eShop, Nintendo announced this week. Released in 2012, The Denpa Men is a turn-based RPG in which players pluck party members from...

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The Denpa Men 2 hits 3DS eShop on May 30

Nintendo of America has revealed a May 30 launch date for Genius Sonority's The Denpa Men 2: Beyond the Waves on the 3DS eShop. No price is listed on the Nintendo page yet, though we can't imagine cost will stray too far from the original Denpa Men's $10 asking price. The Denpa Men 2 is the...

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Genius Sonority's Denpa Men reaches back to the company's 16-bit roots

This is a column by Kat Bailey dedicated to the analysis of the once beloved Japanese RPG sub-genre. Tune in every Wednesday for thoughts on white-haired villains, giant robots, Infinity+1 swords, and everything else the wonderful world of JRPGs has to offer. Genius Sonority made its debut under...

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Portabliss: The Denpa Men (3DS eShop)

This is Portabliss, a column about downloadable games that can be played on the go. The Denpa Men (officially The "DENPA" Men: They Came By Wave) seems at first glance like something new, alien, and weird, thanks to its augmented reality gimmick and, well, this video. But upon actually playing it, I...

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Finally, Harlequin romance novels on DS

DS games are great, and those 100 Classic Books are pretty classic and all, but they lack heaving bosoms. Nintendo of Japan and developer Genius Sonority are stepping in, shirts open and hair flowing gently in the wind, to come to the rescue of romance-starved DS owners with Love Stories for Adults:...

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DS Daily: Novelty

Nintendo finally got around to showing off the UK release of their book compilation, now called 100 Classic Book Collection. Some of us are way into it, while others see it as cashing in on the public domain. If 100 Classic Book Collection hasn't already captured your attention, what features would...

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Disney Fairies will please little girls this winter

Disney announced today that a game called Disney Fairies will be heading to the Nintendo DS this holiday season. Apparently, Disney Fairies is an entire franchise, spanning books, online minigames, movies, and maybe even other forms of media, too. The DS game will let young girls (we hate to...

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Counting Rupees: The WiiCube

Each week Jeff Engel and Geoff Brooks contribute Counting Rupees, a column on the business behind gaming: In my last column I suggested that, if Microsoft is to make a Wii-like controller, it should still continue to focus on the "traditional" types of games that have so far made the 360 a...

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Wii Fanswag: Win a copy of Dragon Quest Swords

We've been sitting on this copy of Square Enix's Dragon Quest Swords (retails for $50) for a little longer than we would've liked, but we're now ready to gift it to one lucky reader. As with the majority of our giveaways, there are some rules that must be followed. First of all, you must be 18...

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Wii Fanboy Review: Dragon Quest Swords

In a lot of ways, Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors is a lot like the Wii itself. It appeals to a new kind of gamer by making sacrifices for the greater good, and introduces them to a genre they might not have known of or cared enough about in the past. However, in...

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