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Posts tagged “Webgibberish”

“You’re A Real Winner, Kid”

This thread over on the Quarter To Three games forum discusses whether the PC was the “real winner” of the latest generation console wars. The thread author suggests that the PC will 'win' by virtue of having lots of console games converted to it at a later date, but I think the reality is a little more subtle. If there is something to be learned…

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A Rose By Any Other Name

We admit, we'll jump at any chance to use this screenshot again... Rossignol already talked at length about the simple joys of cat-fighting game, Rose & Camellia, but the exciting news that someone has actually translated it into English deserved another plug. So now, at last, those who would haven't played it, due to them needing to experience the divine narrative carefully crafted by the…

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YOU WILL NOT EVER BE DEBTLESS

Wise, wise words. While clearly I can't match Jim's Rose & Camellia from yesterday (though I can beat Jim's progress at the game itself - he only got to the maid, whilst I beat down the enormous Medusa Woman who descended from the skies for slap-vengeance) I can at least provide a piece of net-game strangeness that's somewhere in the same league. It's called Game,…

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Rose & Camellia

The Independent Gaming Source regularly blogs come interesting 'indie' material, but this Japanese Flash game based around aristocratic feminine face slapping is one of the finest referrals so far. Translation honours go to Selectbutton who report that: The plot, according to the text below the game, is that the player girl is a commoner who marries into a noble family. One day after the marriage,…

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Everybody! Everybody!

The sheer unhindered joy that is Homestar Runner is on a short hiatus at the moment, since one of the Bros. Chaps has gone and had a baby, and apparently that's somehow more important than drawing a Flash cartoon on the internet. However, during the gap - and thankfully making writing about it relevant to this site - there's been an update to their excellent…

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