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Diehard GameFAN: Hakuoki: Stories of the Shinsengumi Review

DHGF: While it might seem a bit much for the same game to get three different releases (two coming out within six months of each other), Hakuoki: Stories of the Shinsengumi has enough new content that it feels like two games in one (OK, it is, but you get the point) instead of a simple rehashed port. While the overall presentation remains the same, the character portraits get a bit of life breathed into them through AAS, which makes them seem less static with blinking, mouth, and, well, breathing movements. If you haven’t played any version of Hakuoki, I’d strongly recommend this version over the others because of the additional content (and if you can swing it, the Limited Edition does have some nice extras if you’re into those sorts of things).

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