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August 17th, 2012

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Review: Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition

Frogger turns 30 this year, which means it’s time to cash in on the license by repainting it and reselling it to the masses. In Frogger, you control a frog who is trying to make his way from the bottom …

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August 16th, 2012

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Review: Sound Shapes (PS3)

Music is generally an important part of any game. It helps set the tone for an emotional scene, pumps you up for that big boss fight up ahead, and for many of our favorites it sticks in your head and …

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August 14th, 2012

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Review: Puddle

In Puddle you are tasked with controlling something a little different than usual, liquid, through a wide variety of environments. If the name Puddle sounds a little familiar to you it is because the game originally came out on PS3 …

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August 10th, 2012

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Review: Sound Shapes (Vita)

Sound Shapes is not your typical platformer and it is not just another artsy indie game with no substance. Coming from Jonathan Mak, the creator of Everyday Shooter, you can expect it to be something a little different. And of …

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August 4th, 2012

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Review: WizOrb

Tribute’s first PSN outing is WizOrb, a brickbreaking Minis title with character enough to make it standout. If you’re unfamiliar with what brickbreaking as a genre is, check out these videos. In short, you control a paddle at the bottom …

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August 2nd, 2012

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Review: Rainbow Moon

While I’ve dabbled in Final Fantasy Tactics in the past the majority of my experience with SRPG’s revolves around the endless hours I’ve spent with Disgaea. I can’t say exactly what I expected of the quality of Rainbow Moon but …

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July 25th, 2012

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Review: Gravity Rush

Gravity Rush is an action-role playing game mixed with an open world to explore. While this combination of genres isn’t anything new, the way you explore the world is. In Gravity Rush you take control of Kat who, after waking …

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July 23rd, 2012

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Review: The Ratchet And Clank Trilogy

Nostalgia is a curse. You revisit the classics of your youth, only to discover a crack in the rose tinted glasses you adore so much. Trying to remember what you enjoyed about the game in the first place, eventually it …

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July 16th, 2012

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Review: Metal Gear Solid HD Collection

When I heard that the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection was going to be released on the Vita, something inside of me stirred. It wasn’t

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June 26th, 2012

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Review: The House of the Dead 3

The House of the Dead name is synonymous with lightgun zombie killing. If you’ve somehow missed the gigantic machines in nearly every arcade, or are simply too young to have visited an arcade before they became nonexistent in America, allow …

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August 17th, 2012

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Review: Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition

Frogger turns 30 this year, which means it’s time to cash in on the license by repainting it and reselling it to the masses. In Frogger, you control a frog who is trying to make his way from the bottom …

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Read More

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August 16th, 2012

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Review: Sound Shapes (PS3)

Music is generally an important part of any game. It helps set the tone for an emotional scene, pumps you up for that big boss fight up ahead, and for many of our favorites it sticks in your head and …

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August 14th, 2012

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Review: Puddle

In Puddle you are tasked with controlling something a little different than usual, liquid, through a wide variety of environments. If the name Puddle sounds a little familiar to you it is because the game originally came out on PS3 …

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August 10th, 2012

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Review: Sound Shapes (Vita)

Sound Shapes is not your typical platformer and it is not just another artsy indie game with no substance. Coming from Jonathan Mak, the creator of Everyday Shooter, you can expect it to be something a little different. And of …

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- 4 Comments

August 4th, 2012

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Review: WizOrb

Tribute’s first PSN outing is WizOrb, a brickbreaking Minis title with character enough to make it standout. If you’re unfamiliar with what brickbreaking as a genre is, check out these videos. In short, you control a paddle at the bottom …

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August 2nd, 2012

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Review: Rainbow Moon

While I’ve dabbled in Final Fantasy Tactics in the past the majority of my experience with SRPG’s revolves around the endless hours I’ve spent with Disgaea. I can’t say exactly what I expected of the quality of Rainbow Moon but …

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July 25th, 2012

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Review: Gravity Rush

Gravity Rush is an action-role playing game mixed with an open world to explore. While this combination of genres isn’t anything new, the way you explore the world is. In Gravity Rush you take control of Kat who, after waking …

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July 23rd, 2012

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Review: The Ratchet And Clank Trilogy

Nostalgia is a curse. You revisit the classics of your youth, only to discover a crack in the rose tinted glasses you adore so much. Trying to remember what you enjoyed about the game in the first place, eventually it …

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- 1 Comment

July 16th, 2012

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Review: Metal Gear Solid HD Collection

When I heard that the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection was going to be released on the Vita, something inside of me stirred. It wasn’t

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- 1 Comment

June 26th, 2012

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Review: The House of the Dead 3

The House of the Dead name is synonymous with lightgun zombie killing. If you’ve somehow missed the gigantic machines in nearly every arcade, or are simply too young to have visited an arcade before they became nonexistent in America, allow …

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