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Submitted by manasteel88 1091d ago | review

Croixleur Review - Twinfinite

Croixleur is the hot new indie title from doujin localizer Nyu Media. If the term doujin is foreign to you, then here is a short lesson. Doujin titles are independent titles from Japanese developers. It is a common term for titles coming from independent studios, writers and mangaka. For some reason they decided to lump the entire definition of small self published works in to that title instead of just using the word independent like we did.

That’s fine because up until recently, there was no presence of doujin publishing in America. Smaller Japanese studios usually stayed in Japan. With the beauty of the internet, the market has opened these developers up to cheaper localization techniques and thus we see companies like Nyu Media bring out some interesting new games.

Is Croixleur an interesting new game? Read on to see if the guys over at Nyu Media brought over a hit. (Croixleur, Gaming) -

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