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CIB Sunday #9 – ‘Yo-kai Watch’

So, what makes 'Yo-kai Watch' such a good video game? A great many things! The Yo-kai designs are cute, original, and oftentimes, clever. The combat system is surprisingly strategic and requires a lot of thought, especially with boss battles. The game's sense of humor is fun and leads to many great moments. Both children and adults will be able to connect with it. Now, let's delve deeper into what makes 'Yo-kai Watch' a great video game!

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CIB Sunday #8 – ‘Eternal Sonata’

'Eternal Sonata' is a role-playing (RPG) video game developed by Tri-Crescendo and published by BANDAI NAMCO. It was made exclusively for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, with many unique mechanics and systems never before used in RPG video games. The official description of this game also mentions that 'Eternal Sonata' was created to be the RPG game fans and next-gen gamers had been waiting for. So, does it live up to that promise? I would say so.

Dark, Emotions, Freestyle, Poetry, Video Games, Writing

The Last of Us, Together

Through seasons present and past, I walk on, gripping your hand The two of us, Surviving together

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CIB Sunday #7 – ‘Resident Evil 5’

Without a doubt, 'Resident Evil 5' is truly a memorable, enjoyable experience, one that sets itself apart from the series’ other titles. It’s a worthwhile game to try, especially in co-op mode, for many reasons. Due to its fantastic integration of co-op, smooth combat and gameplay, likeable characters, and highly suitable soundtrack, 'Resident Evil 5' is a must-play of the long-running series.

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CIB Sunday #6 – ‘Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days’

'Kingdom Hearts' is the type of series that manages to inspire hope, kindness, and positivity, even when you're an adult. There truly is a magic to these games, one that implants itself deep into your heart and never completely fades. As a child, I remember being so mystified by the wholesome innocence of these games, and their prevailing message of hope. For me, '358/2 Days' was no different.