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Welcome to Go West!, the weekly column about Japanese video games, cute 2D boys, and trying to overcome Idea Factory Stockholm syndrome.
It's time to party!
Why the jovial atmosphere you ask? The answer is rather simple, my d...
After a brief hiatus, Go West! is back to supply you with your [almost] weekly dose of Japanese games coverage! This week? Well... not a whole lot actually. At least my dear friends at Idea Factory give me some company.
Yeah, it's been kind of dead around these parts. That being said, there are still a few interesting titles worth chatting about, so let's get on with the show!
Salutations, and welcome to Go West! 44, your [sometimes] weekly column about the latest games to hit store shelves in Japan. I'm your host, Elliot, and I'd like to take you on a magical journey into the deepest, darkest abysses of the Japanese gaming industry.
Or I'll just make Idea Factory jokes the entire time. That's fine too, right?
This week's edition of Go West! sees a couple of big releases, and a host of new PSP titles hitting store shelves. I might even have some kind words for an Imageepoch game.
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Go West!, Japanator's column about Japanese video games, imports, Idea Factory, and self inflicted pain! We've hit week 42, which means I should probably say something profound here.
Video games sure are fun, aren't they?!
Moving on, March's rampage of game releases has finally begun, meaning Go West! is going to be very busy for the next month. This week sees several big titles hit store shelves, as Sony makes their big Vita push in Japan.
Good day, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the 40th edition of Go West!, the weekly column about Japanese video games and self inflicted mental pain.
I'd like to tell you that for this joyous milestone, there are dozens of Japanese games to chat about. Unfortunately, that'd be a big fat lie. In terms of big, noteworthy releases, we got a grand total of two of them.
This would be a tragedy, if it weren't for the fact that one of the new releases is so monumental, it completely makes up for the lack of other games.
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Go West!, your weekly column about Japanese video games, and Idea Factory concoctions. While I'm sure you beautiful people noticed a lack of import love last week, fear not! I have returned from my deadly battle with the flu so that I can bring you joy and prosperity.
This week, I come bearing a smorgasbord of visual novels. Your mileage my vary.
Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to a very special edition of Go West!.
It's the holiday season, which means it's time for me to drop a list of the top five import games of the year. 2012 hosted a massive list of Japan-only games, many of which were quite fantastic. Trying to cut things down to ten titles was no easy feet, but after a long and hard battle, I'm ready to present you all with the top five imports of the year.
Follow me after the break as I drop some phat beats in the form of a list. A phat list.