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October 23rd, 2012

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Review: Derrick The Deathfin

Some sharks need to constantly be swimming in order to breathe. If they stop moving it is game over. Derrick The Deathfin is certainly one of these sharks. The game, for the most part, is all about speed. In Derrick …

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October 19th, 2012

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Review: Rebel

With most titles from PomPom games concentrating on shooting and score chasing, Rebel switches it up a bit taking away all forms of offense from you. Instead you play as an escaped prisoner of war who is completely defenseless and …

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October 15th, 2012

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Review: Aqua Kitty: Milk Mine Defender

A sudden shortage of milk has hit the world as cats the world over are forced to overcome their fear of water. Milk mining kittens are sent into the depths of the oceans to mine reserves of naturally forming milk. …

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September 25th, 2012

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Review: Feisty Feet

As is the case with the vast majority of Minis games I didn’t actually know anything Feisty Feet until we realized it’d be out the following Tuesday and I decided to check out the game’s website. The first screenshot I …

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September 13th, 2012

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Review: Tokyo Jungle

Sometimes a game doesn’t have to do much to sink its hooks in you right away. Tokyo Jungle is such a game for me. Literally after playing it for about five minutes I knew this really was something special. I …

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August 27th, 2012

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Review: Deep Black

After the experience I had playing through the broken and poorly designed Deep Black it’s hard to even figure out where to begin. When we first posted about Deep Black on the site I’ll be honest that I didn’t expect …

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August 23rd, 2012

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Review: Legasista

To start things off it’s probably worthy to note that if you have played Cladun on the PSP then you have a pretty good notion of exactly how Legasista’s gameplay works as well as whats up with the Ran-Geons. Legasista …

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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 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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October 23rd, 2012

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Review: Derrick The Deathfin

Some sharks need to constantly be swimming in order to breathe. If they stop moving it is game over. Derrick The Deathfin is certainly one of these sharks. The game, for the most part, is all about speed. In Derrick …

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October 19th, 2012

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Review: Rebel

With most titles from PomPom games concentrating on shooting and score chasing, Rebel switches it up a bit taking away all forms of offense from you. Instead you play as an escaped prisoner of war who is completely defenseless and …

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- 2 Comments

October 15th, 2012

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Review: Aqua Kitty: Milk Mine Defender

A sudden shortage of milk has hit the world as cats the world over are forced to overcome their fear of water. Milk mining kittens are sent into the depths of the oceans to mine reserves of naturally forming milk. …

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- 2 Comments

September 25th, 2012

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Review: Feisty Feet

As is the case with the vast majority of Minis games I didn’t actually know anything Feisty Feet until we realized it’d be out the following Tuesday and I decided to check out the game’s website. The first screenshot I …

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- 2 Comments

September 13th, 2012

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Review: Tokyo Jungle

Sometimes a game doesn’t have to do much to sink its hooks in you right away. Tokyo Jungle is such a game for me. Literally after playing it for about five minutes I knew this really was something special. I …

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August 27th, 2012

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Review: Deep Black

After the experience I had playing through the broken and poorly designed Deep Black it’s hard to even figure out where to begin. When we first posted about Deep Black on the site I’ll be honest that I didn’t expect …

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August 23rd, 2012

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Review: Legasista

To start things off it’s probably worthy to note that if you have played Cladun on the PSP then you have a pretty good notion of exactly how Legasista’s gameplay works as well as whats up with the Ran-Geons. Legasista …

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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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Read More

- 0 Comments

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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Read More

- 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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Read More