Quick Takes: November Debuts and Comebacks

November has come to an end so I’m giving my quick takes on all of the debuts and comebacks we got from K-Pop!

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Happy Home Paradise Review

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is back with new content. Along with the big update to the base game came a new DLC: Happy Home Paradise. I decided I wanted to give it a try and here is what I think.

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2.0 Review

Nintendo recently released its biggest update yet for Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and given the scale of what all would be added I decided to jump back in after many months away. And I have thoughts to share on all that is new on the horizon.

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Fantastic Factories Review

Fantastic Factories, published by Deep Water Games is a dice placement, engine building tabletop game where your objective is to best utilize your factory and workers to build the best buildings and monuments. Here is what I thought of the game.

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Camp Betrayal Review

Camp Betrayal is a horror-comedy-reality competition show from Rooster Teeth that released earlier this year. Nine players will compete in horror-themed challenges, trying to win as a team. However there are saboteurs amongst them wanting the team to fail so they can hopefully send one of their competitors home. I watched the full first season and had some thoughts that I wanted to share.

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Quick Takes: Game Devs of Color Expo 2021 Direct

Game Devs of Color Expo was this weekend and so many great creators got to share their work and insight. They had an Indie Showcase Direct that shared a bunch of games and here are my quick takes on them based on the showcase.

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No Longer Home Review

No Longer Home is a game about letting go of the life you’ve built due to circumstances beyond your control, where you play as Ao and Bo, a non-binary pair of friends on the precipice of post-graduate life and having to make tough decisions. I was given the opportunity to review the game and here are my thoughts.

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Drag S.O.S Review

Drag S.O.S is a British makeover show where a drag collective travels around the United Kingdom and provides citizens of various cities the opportunity to become a drag queen for a night, lip sync and all. After a Drag Race kick, I came across the show and gave it a watch and here is what I thought of it.

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First Look: CRASH: Autodrive

CRASH: Autodrive puts players in the of shoes of Emily Knight, a down & out college student who must investigate a murder with three strangers after the self-driving Autocab they are in hits and kills a cyclist. I got the chance to give the game a try and here are my thoughts.

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Indoorlands Review

Become the most successful park entrepreneur by decorating your ride halls and decoration halls, designing your rides and choosing between different stores and restaurants to make guests their happiest in Indoorlands. As both a theme park fan and a tycoon game aficionado, I knew I had to give this game a review.

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First Look: Buildings Have Feelings Too!

Buildings Have Feelings Too! is a puzzle city-builder where the buildings have come alive. Players must grow their city whilst making sure the individual buildings thrive, or risk them being demolished forever. Here is my first impression of the game.

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A Little Wordy Review

A Little Wordy is a two-person tile game where you must use your tiles to create a secret word and then use different clue questions to guess your opponent’s secret word. But be careful, because you need to have the most points to win. This game is from the creators of Exploding Kittens, and I wanted to share my review with you.

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Sugoi Mart Lucky Bags Review

Sugoi Mart is a Japanese online shop where you can buy all sorts of Japanese goods from foods to collectables to skincare and more. They also have these lucky bags, a tote full of different goods that will be a surprise. I have two different bags to review so let’s get started.

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First Look: LudoNarraCon

LudoNarraCon is a global, digital convention celebrating narrative video games, the talented people who make them, and the fans who love them, hosted on Steam. I had the honor of getting early access to the event and all of the featured games, and I am sharing what I think you should check out for yourself!

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Rhythm Hive Season 1 Review

Rhythm Hive is officially out and having its first season! They made quite a few changes and added a bunch of new things since I did my pre-season first look, so I’m now giving a full review of the game in the current season!

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Aroma Review

Aroma – A Game of Essence is a board game that utilizes essential oils in its gameplay to create a new experience for gamers. With four different game modes at varying player counts, there are numerous ways to put your sense of smell to the test.

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Don’t Get Bit Review

Don’t Get Bit is a turn-based strategy game set in the zombie apocalypse. You play as the sarcastic 18-year-old Cassie who is armed with only her own wits and a kitchen knife as she starts her journey to reach her uncle’s farm for safety. Turn-based strategy is one of my favorite genres so I happily tried this game and am sharing my thoughts on it.

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MonsDRAWsity Review

MonsDRAWsity is a drawing-based game where a witness will have to memorize as much about the monster they see in a short amount of time. The witness then has to describe what they saw without a reference to the sketch artists. The artist whose drawing is closest to the mysterious creature is the winner. I got to play this game over the holidays with my family and want to share my experience with you!

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First Look: The StoryGraph

The StoryGraph is a new site and app for book lovers and avid readers to catalog their reads, review books, follow others in the community, and more. If you are familiar with Goodreads, StoryGraph has a similar concept. I’ve been poking around the site and decided to share my initial thoughts with you all.

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First Look: SubZero

SubZero is a popular Webtoon about two clans ruled by dragon-bearing individuals that have been at war for many years. But that war will end with the alliance created through the marriage of Kyro and Clove, the prince and princess of their respective clans. Years of boiling hatred, growing dissent from assassins, and a secret may break it all if they aren’t careful.

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First Look: Paradise Killer

Paradise Killer is an open-world detective game where you play as Lady Love Dies, a formerly exiled master detective, as she tries to solve the numerous murders that have happened on Paradise. I was given a key for the game and have some thoughts to share with you all.

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First Look: Love Me Knot

Love Me Knot is a Webtoon about a girl named Avery who can see the red string of fate, which is said to connect soulmates together. But her string leads to no one and she thinks she will be forever alone until she meets others who can see the strings too.

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First Look: Superstar JYP Nation

The Superstar series of games are rhythm games you can play on mobile. Each individual game focuses on a specific K-Pop company such as YG, SM, and JYP. I specifically played the JYP Nation version and wanted to share my thoughts.

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The Most Beautiful Moment in Life #2 Review

花樣年華 HYYH The Notes 2 (The Most Beautiful Moment in Life #2) is the sequel book of the Bangtan Universe which continues following the story of the seven friends facing many challenges and struggles, and the one with the power to save them all.

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Villainous Review

Villainous is a board game all about the villains of Disney. You get to play one of these villains and are competing to finish your objective before the other villains, but heroes can block your way. I have had this game for a long time and finally played it so here is my review.

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Meeting in the Flesh Review

Meeting in the Flesh is a horror-themed visual novel about building a relationship with other monsters by a solar eclipse. I learned about this game from the Racial Justice bundle on itch.io and knew it was perfect to review in October.

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Odessa Review

Odessa is a graphic novel set in a dystopian California after an earthquake literally tears the state apart. Ginny was a child when this happened, and her mother left her along with her two younger brothers back then. But a mysterious package shows up on Ginny’s 18th birthday that leads to a whole adventure.

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