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May 20th, 2014

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Review: Sparkle 2 (PS4/Vita)

This is the PS4’s first real touchpad game. It feels like only yesterday when I wrote my Vita review on Sparkle. And during that process I kept thinking to myself “I hope 10tons brings Sparkle 2 and more to PlayStation …

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March 10th, 2014

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Review: Surge Deluxe

Ever since I got the code to review Surge Deluxe, it’s been pretty much the only game I’ve played on my Vita since. Its addictive nature and easy pick up and play style has had me hooked, with no end …

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November 28th, 2013

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Review: RESOGUN

At a first glance, Resogun looks like an absolute mess. Little cubes known as voxels are flying everywhere, colors flashing all over the place, and little green humans running in the thick of it all. But what comes out of …

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November 20th, 2013

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Review: Tearaway

Media Molecule has been working hard on the world of Tearaway, bringing a little letter named iota to life with one purpose — to deliver himself to YOU. It all sounds very religious if you consider yourself to be a …

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November 3rd, 2013

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Review: Girl Fight

I haven’t enjoyed fighting games until very recently. Before NeatherRealm’s reboot of Mortal Kombat, I never really enjoyed them. Mortal Kombat made me appreciate the depth of fighting games and how much content and fun they had. So when I …

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November 3rd, 2013

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Review: The Wolf Among Us Chapter One: ‘Faith’

Ever since Telltale released The Walking Dead with its choice-based storytelling, I’ve been baffled about how it works. I found it to be one of the most innovative things to happen to gaming, and I believe they hit the mark …

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September 23rd, 2013

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Review: Real Boxing

Vivid Games has managed to do a few things right with Real Boxing, first and foremost releasing the first boxing game ever on Vita. That right there sets itself up for lots of potential sales, but then there is the …

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September 1st, 2013

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Review: Open Me!

I’m going to fill you in on a very personal secret of mine: I don’t trust games that tell me what to do in their title. It might have something to do with Justin Timberlake, Adam Sandberg, and that SNL …

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July 24th, 2013

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Review: Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark

It seems like I can’t remember the last time I played a methodical stealth action game. It’s probably because all I can think about right now is Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark. It’s a stealth action puzzle game …

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April 26th, 2013

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Review: Draw Slasher

There is no denying what we are witnessing happen on PSN. Indie games are reigning supreme over bigger budgeted titles, and the digital space is more accessible to consumers and developers than it’s ever been. What’s happening behind that is …

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May 20th, 2014

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Sparkle 2 (PS4/Vita)

This is the PS4’s first real touchpad game. It feels like only yesterday when I wrote my Vita review on Sparkle. And during that process I kept thinking to myself “I hope 10tons brings Sparkle 2 and more to PlayStation …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

March 10th, 2014

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Review: Surge Deluxe

Ever since I got the code to review Surge Deluxe, it’s been pretty much the only game I’ve played on my Vita since. Its addictive nature and easy pick up and play style has had me hooked, with no end …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

November 28th, 2013

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Review: RESOGUN

At a first glance, Resogun looks like an absolute mess. Little cubes known as voxels are flying everywhere, colors flashing all over the place, and little green humans running in the thick of it all. But what comes out of …

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- 4 Comments

November 20th, 2013

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Review: Tearaway

Media Molecule has been working hard on the world of Tearaway, bringing a little letter named iota to life with one purpose — to deliver himself to YOU. It all sounds very religious if you consider yourself to be a …

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Read More

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November 3rd, 2013

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Review: Girl Fight

I haven’t enjoyed fighting games until very recently. Before NeatherRealm’s reboot of Mortal Kombat, I never really enjoyed them. Mortal Kombat made me appreciate the depth of fighting games and how much content and fun they had. So when I …

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Read More

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November 3rd, 2013

Posted in - Reviews

Review: The Wolf Among Us Chapter One: ‘Faith’

Ever since Telltale released The Walking Dead with its choice-based storytelling, I’ve been baffled about how it works. I found it to be one of the most innovative things to happen to gaming, and I believe they hit the mark …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

September 23rd, 2013

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Review: Real Boxing

Vivid Games has managed to do a few things right with Real Boxing, first and foremost releasing the first boxing game ever on Vita. That right there sets itself up for lots of potential sales, but then there is the …

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- 6 Comments

September 1st, 2013

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Review: Open Me!

I’m going to fill you in on a very personal secret of mine: I don’t trust games that tell me what to do in their title. It might have something to do with Justin Timberlake, Adam Sandberg, and that SNL …

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Read More

- 9 Comments

July 24th, 2013

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Review: Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark

It seems like I can’t remember the last time I played a methodical stealth action game. It’s probably because all I can think about right now is Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark. It’s a stealth action puzzle game …

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Read More

- 13 Comments

April 26th, 2013

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Review: Draw Slasher

There is no denying what we are witnessing happen on PSN. Indie games are reigning supreme over bigger budgeted titles, and the digital space is more accessible to consumers and developers than it’s ever been. What’s happening behind that is …

+

Read More