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Submitted by -Mezzo- 737d ago | article

Something About Japan: a new kind of MOBA, and what critics think of Hotline Miami and To The Moon

EDGE - As far as competitive gaming goes, in Japan the fighting game has long reigned supreme. This week, though, instead of looking at the gargantuan list of tweaks Capcom has planned for Street Fighter X Tekken, we’ll be looking at one studio’s attempt to adapt the MOBA for a Japanese audience. We’ll also be taking a look at Japan’s take on some of the most notable western-developed PC indie games, both new and a little bit old. (Hotline Miami, PC, To the Moon)

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