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Merge Marginal

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Platform: Dreamcast
Tags: Visual Novel
Developer: Actress

Publisher
Region
Released
JP
07/17/2003

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Merge Marginal review

Reviewed April 10, 2006

Zigfried says: "Marginal is unusual because the women are actually animal spirit maids. Sure, Tail Tale and Legend of Fairies featured animal spirit girls, but no developer has ever crossed that sacred line in the sand and mixed the "maid" and "animal spirit" genres. It's a daring combination that defies the bounds of traditional gal gaming. Either that or it's an excuse for the girls to squeal cute (read: annoying) NYAN! and UNYA! noises."
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