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News: False Flag Teabag

Crunchyroll censor their first video game, NISA were made to apologise for bad mouthing Sony, and an SJW 'journalist' pretends to be teabagged for the oppression points in the news of the week!

News: Vacuous Retardation

Nintendo may have postponed NX production to include VR, Take-Two's boss completely trashes VR, Criminal Girls 2 gets censored, and Blood-C has best waifus in the news of the week!

Review: The Witch and the Hundred Knight

NIS has a long history of producing games from the villains perspective with their Disgaea franchise, but they take it to a whole new level with the titular witch of this PlayStation 3 game. Will the foul-mouthed woman turn players off? Find out inside!

Review: The Guided Fate Paradox

Imitanis has taken on the role of God to help grant people their wishes. Does The Guided Fate Paradox hold its own as NISA's first rogue-like for the PlayStation 3, or should it be preparing its own wish? Find out inside!

Review: Legasista

Recently released on the PSN, Legasista has captured Imitanis for the past two weeks. Finally free of grinding loot drops, he returns to post his review. How does it compare to the Cladun series? Find out inside!

MAP Episode 111: The Hiring Process

The site hires three new staff members, but Nate fails to show up for the customary hazing ritual. RPGamer's Chris Privitere tries to fill Nate's shoes, but without a HD fart app. for his new iPad2, his performance remains ultimately unconvincing.

Review: Disgaea: Hour of Darkness

Disgaea: Hour of Darkness, received its North American release in August 2003 and helped cement Nippon Ichi Software (NIS) as a fan-favourite publisher and developer. This was only the third game NIS released in North America, pre-dating NIS America (NISA), and was published by Atlus.

This inaugural c…