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Persona 5 Royal
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Night in the Woods
Night in the Woods
Bloodborne
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Red Dead Redemption 2
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Alan Wake II
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Coffee Talk: Episode 2 - Hibiscus & Butterfly
Coffee Talk: Episode 2 - Hibiscus & Butterfly

Jan 26

Venba
Venba

Nov 14

Alan Wake II
Alan Wake II

Nov 03

Solar Ash
Solar Ash

Oct 21

Cocoon
Cocoon

Oct 05

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Coffee Talk Episode 2: Hibiscus & Butterfly is an enjoyable experience overall. It successfully maintains the charm and warmth of its predecessor, delivering a narrative-driven game that feels like a comforting cup of coffee on a rainy day. It might not be a perfect blend, but it certainly offers a satisfying and heartwarming experience for those who enjoy narrative-driven games with a side of fantasy and a splash of coffee!

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Like a Dragon: Ishin is a unique and entertaining Yakuza spin-off that takes you back in time to the world of Samurais. The story is gripping, the gameplay is a blast, and the world is so detailed it's like you're really there. With an intriguing main story and lots of side content and mini-games, the game has a ton of content for the player to explore through. It might not be the most visually stunning game out there, but it more than makes up for it with charm, humour, and the classic Yakuza goodness.

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Venba serves up a heaping helping of culture and emotion, but it could use some tweaks in the gameplay and could have been a bit longer. Maybe. If you really enjoy minimal interactive games like this and have a love for food, Venba is a must-play. But if you are a casual player like me, I would suggest waiting for a sale or just playing it on Game Pass.

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