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  • Written by Theodore Mak
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The-O Network Migrations

I'm sure some of you have noticed we've gotten a new look! We've scaled back on some of the bulk from our previous version and we've also moved on to a new platform. It has been a huge undertaking in moving everything!

As a note, several services and links may be unavailable during the migration process and we will be hammering out bugs as quickly as we can.

It will probably take a couple weeks for us to finish applying the final tweeks and bug fixes, but don't worry, we will continue to provide updates and new exclusive content during this period!

We apologize for the inconvience, but it will be well worth it!

  • Written by Davis Fan
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Hard Corps: Uprising Review

Arc System Works is usually known for its BlazBlue series and beautifully animated sprites. This time, they’ve been commissioned by Konami to work on Hard Corps: Uprising, a prequel to the classic Contra series. Like most of Arc System Works’ games, Hard Corps features beautifully drawn 2D sprites and mixes it with old school gameplay to both satisfy seasoned gamers and attract younger players, even those who may have never touched a Contra game before. Check out our review here.

  • Written by Davis Fan
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Hunt Some Bahamut! Lord of Arcana Review

Lord of Arcana is Square Enix’s latest take on the creature hunting genre. Rather than the traditional formula of killing monsters and RPG gaining experience points, Lord of Arcana throws in material collection into the mix. With powerhouses like Capcom’s Monster Hunter series out already, Square Enix has their work cut out for them. Combining the action RPG formula and creature hunting genre together is definitely an interesting mix. Check out the review here.

  • Written by Davis Fan
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Trinity: And a Name I Can't Read

Tecmo Koei is usually known for their hack and slashers, such as the recent Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage. Trinity: Souls of Zill O'll is a slight departure from this, adding in RPG elements to Tecmo Koei's usual style. So the question is: is there an RPG in my hack-and-slasher or a hack-and-slasher in my RPG? Find out here.

  • Written by Theodore Mak
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The-O Network Interviewed!

Want to know a little more about us? Check out Asian pop culture site, Green Tea Graffiti's recent interview with us! We discuss a little on how we got started, the work we do, and our thoughts on what's happening in the Japanese industry.

http://www.greenteagraffiti.com/Interviews/Interview-T-Ono-12-16-2010.html

 
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