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AquaPazza: Aquaplus Dream Match Review | GIZORAMA

GIZORAMA - Atlus is really good at bringing Japanese niche titles to western audiences. AquaPazza: Aquaplus Dream Match, a 2011 arcade fighting game developed by Examu, is the definition of niche titles. Aquapazza features 26 characters in a mashup of various Aquaplus manga and anime titles such as Tears to Tiara, To Heart, and Utawarerumono. These titles are obscure to all but the hardcore anime fans in the western audiences. Fanservice tends to carry crossover mashups but without that familiarity AquaPazza loses that pizzazz that would allow it to be anything but niche. (Aquapazza, PS3) 3/5

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