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Matters of Import: Cute Witches Blow Things Up in Cotton 100%

Push Square: "Märchen Adventure Cotton 100%, to give it its full and unwieldy title, first allowed us to summon magical death on baseball bat toting snowmen and boggle eyed trees back in 1994 on the Super Famicon, before finding itself ported to the PlayStation almost a decade later under the budget ‘SuperLite 1500’ label in Japan. Straight ports are normally shunned in gaming circles as the unwanted castoffs of a generation left on the shelf, but a PlayStation Network version released in 2010 has since allowed Japanese gamers to enjoy this excellent cute-‘em-up for a mere ¥300 ($3). Should you give it a go, though?" (Retro)

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