Kissma stands out immediately as a very Japanese game. At first you’re barraged by pinks, yellows, retro pixel-art, and sounds that for some reason remind me of the Japanese band Polysics. A moment later (if you’re anything like me) you’re scratching your head asking yourself what’s real and what’s not.
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