Neptunia x Senran Kagura: Ninja Wars makes its way to Switch with all its boob-fuelled humour and game industry satire intact.
Browsing: Compile Heart
Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates makes its western debut on Switch this year as Seven Pirates H, with lewd humour and fanservice aplenty.
Compile Heart’s dark fairy tale dungeon crawler Mary Skelter 2 hits Steam on January 14 (NZT), with a remake of the first game bundled in.
Mary Skelter Finale brings Compile Heart’s provocative trilogy to a close as it adds a unique, multi-party twist on the classic dungeon crawl.
Mary Skelter 2 doesn’t mess with the formula that made Mary Skelter: Nightmares one of the best dungeon crawlers in recent memory. No complaints here.
I’m not sure why Compile Heart decided to remake a game that’s only a couple of years old, but Megadimension Neptunia VIIR is a fantastic result nonetheless.
Omega Quintet was noteworthy for being one of the first PS4-exclusive JRPGs, but it still holds up well today—and now PC players can get in Compile Heart’s idol-themed game.
Hyperdimesion Neptunia turns its unique, self-aware parody to MMO and faux-MMO, and the results are hilarious. Welcome to 4 Goddesses Online.
Moero Chronicle is a very lewd take on a straightforward dungeon crawler, and it wears its ecchi persuasion with unabashed pride, for better or worse.
The dungeon crawling in Mary Skelter: Nightmares is captivating, but it’s the otherworldly “living jail” setting that really sets this game apart.