The sequel to my 3rd review of the year, 999. Though I had a couple of control issues with VLR, overall I think it's superior to 999, and I really liked 999.

The story is magnificent, truly an accomplishment in story writing for games. To tell almost anything would be spoiling it, all I can say i...

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Spoilers: this game has more than 9 persons and more than 9 doors in it, and will take more than 9 hours to finish.

But seriously, this was a pretty good game. And by game I mean it's basically a visual novel with some puzzling elements (that's 3 for 3 this year, hrm). Think Myst, but with other c...

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More of the same as Dangan Ronpa 1 - which means crazy characters and plot twists. I'm not sure which I like more, though the mini games (during class trials) of the second are a bit more annoying, and I had a couple of times when I couldn't really work out what they wanted me to use, even though I...

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If you don't mind (anime-style) visual novels and murder mysteries, get this. I could 'bearly' put it down, and ordered the sequel before finishing it, because I don't want to have to wait too long in between playing the games.

Pretty easy on normal difficulty though, I'm not sure if harder diffi...

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I was recently asked to modify a fellow's Master System 1 and add a 50/60Hz switch, so I had a look around at MS1 mods and found a nice and easy guide, which mentioned the solder points are clearly labelled 'NTSC' and 'PAL'. Upon opening this particular MS1, I found no such thing - but there was a s...

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