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April 18th, 2017

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Review: Flinthook

Flinthook comes from the Montreal indie studio Tribute. If the studio sounds familiar, it’s probably due to the fact that over the past few years, they’ve released some shining PSN titles, including Wizorb, Curses N’ Chaos, Ninja Senki DX, and …

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January 17th, 2017

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Review: Siegecraft Commander

StarCraft meets Worms. Let that sink in for a little bit. Good? Great. Siegecraft Commander comes from Australian developers Blowfish Studios. According to their website, this is the latest in a series of Siegecraft games. It’s the first one I’ve …

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December 29th, 2016

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Review: Demetrios: The Big Cynical Adventure

Demetrios comes to Vita from French developer Cowcat, a one-man studio headed by Breton Fabrice. It’s an impressive experience coming from a single person studio. The game has seen positive reception on Steam, where it was previously released, and it’s …

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October 20th, 2016

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Review: Type:Rider

Type:Rider is a platforming game in which the player ‘explores’ the history of various popular fonts. I use apostrophes to encapsulate ‘explores’ because in reality, you’re just playing a platformer with clunky controls; jumping on thematic set-pieces (punctuation marks, famous …

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September 6th, 2016

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Review: Moon Hunters

Moon Hunters was a tricky game for me to get through with the purposes of reviewing it. I first came across it at PAX East 2015, when I met the Kit Fox team and chatted about their aspirations for the …

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September 4th, 2016

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Review: Overcooked

I could struggle to make some deep(-dish) metaphors and puns about cooking, or just put it plainly: Overcooked is delightful. The team at Ghost Town Games have put together an experience well worth playing for anyone who has ever wondered …

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August 2nd, 2016

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Review: Tricky Towers

Tetrominoes have shown up in a good number of games since making their debut in Tetris back in 1984. Some notable PlayStation Network titles that make use of tetrominoes include the multiplayer tower-defense game Slam Bolt Scrappers and the single-player …

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August 1st, 2016

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Review: Castles

Castles is an action puzzler that comes from Madrid developers WhootGames and indie games publisher Badland. In it, you control a munchkin-looking character, moving blocks around a 7×7 playfield to match three or more like colors or symbols (blocks only …

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July 31st, 2016

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Review: Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter

Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter is a third-person and first-person detective adventure game available from retail stores and for download from the European PlayStation Store for the PS4. The game is based upon the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes who was …

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July 30th, 2016

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Review: Tumblestone

I love Yoshi’s Cookie. I adore Tetris. As far as I’m concerned, Critter Crunch is an all-time classic. Tumblestone not only stands with those giants, but is in some ways better than them. The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild, developers behind The …

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April 18th, 2017

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Review: Flinthook

Flinthook comes from the Montreal indie studio Tribute. If the studio sounds familiar, it’s probably due to the fact that over the past few years, they’ve released some shining PSN titles, including Wizorb, Curses N’ Chaos, Ninja Senki DX, and …

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January 17th, 2017

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Review: Siegecraft Commander

StarCraft meets Worms. Let that sink in for a little bit. Good? Great. Siegecraft Commander comes from Australian developers Blowfish Studios. According to their website, this is the latest in a series of Siegecraft games. It’s the first one I’ve …

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December 29th, 2016

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Review: Demetrios: The Big Cynical Adventure

Demetrios comes to Vita from French developer Cowcat, a one-man studio headed by Breton Fabrice. It’s an impressive experience coming from a single person studio. The game has seen positive reception on Steam, where it was previously released, and it’s …

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October 20th, 2016

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Review: Type:Rider

Type:Rider is a platforming game in which the player ‘explores’ the history of various popular fonts. I use apostrophes to encapsulate ‘explores’ because in reality, you’re just playing a platformer with clunky controls; jumping on thematic set-pieces (punctuation marks, famous …

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September 6th, 2016

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Review: Moon Hunters

Moon Hunters was a tricky game for me to get through with the purposes of reviewing it. I first came across it at PAX East 2015, when I met the Kit Fox team and chatted about their aspirations for the …

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September 4th, 2016

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Review: Overcooked

I could struggle to make some deep(-dish) metaphors and puns about cooking, or just put it plainly: Overcooked is delightful. The team at Ghost Town Games have put together an experience well worth playing for anyone who has ever wondered …

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August 2nd, 2016

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Review: Tricky Towers

Tetrominoes have shown up in a good number of games since making their debut in Tetris back in 1984. Some notable PlayStation Network titles that make use of tetrominoes include the multiplayer tower-defense game Slam Bolt Scrappers and the single-player …

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August 1st, 2016

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Review: Castles

Castles is an action puzzler that comes from Madrid developers WhootGames and indie games publisher Badland. In it, you control a munchkin-looking character, moving blocks around a 7×7 playfield to match three or more like colors or symbols (blocks only …

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- 1 Comment

July 31st, 2016

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Review: Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter

Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter is a third-person and first-person detective adventure game available from retail stores and for download from the European PlayStation Store for the PS4. The game is based upon the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes who was …

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July 30th, 2016

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Review: Tumblestone

I love Yoshi’s Cookie. I adore Tetris. As far as I’m concerned, Critter Crunch is an all-time classic. Tumblestone not only stands with those giants, but is in some ways better than them. The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild, developers behind The …

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