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  • Interview: ZUN on 20 Years of Touhou Project

    The legendary one man band of Japanese game development looks back on the last two decades.

    By Bob Mackey By Bob Mackey 5

  • JPgamer: A First Look at Croixleur Sigma

    Sporting possibly the least-pronounceable name in video game history, Nyu Media's latest release on Steam, out today, is an enhanced version of a doujin hack-and-slash title. Is it worth your time?

    By Pete Davison By Pete Davison 4 1

  • JPgamer: I've Poured Too Many Tears

    In this week's roundup of all things Japanese gaming, we take a look at Narcissu, a free indie visual novel hoping to get on Steam, plus Idea Factory International's site launches, there's an Atelier anime on the way, and Sega has a pleasing announcement for Hatsune Miku fans.

    By Pete Davison By Pete Davison

  • JPgamer: The Third Wave

    This week in our roundup of all things Japanese, we discuss Nyu Media's "third wave" of doujin titles for PC, a great value bundle of Japanese indie games, some new footage from the Atelier Rorona remake, Tales of Smartphones... plus pigeons and ponies.

    By Pete Davison By Pete Davison 1 2

  • JPgamer: What's Nyu with You?

    This week in our roundup of all things Japanese, a spotlight on doujin publisher Nyu Media, plus news from Gust, Compile Heart, Sega and Square Enix -- including a Final Fantasy XIV announcement sure to please long-serving classic JRPG fans.

    By Pete Davison By Pete Davison 13 2

  • New Groupees Bundle Collects the Best of Doujin

    Interested in Japanese indie games but don't know where to start exploring? A new bundle will help kick off your collection.

    By Pete Davison By Pete Davison 9

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