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February 24th, 2014

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Review: Outlast

Outlast intrigued me.  So much so, that I wanted to use it to face my fear of survival-horror games.  Had the PS4 camera not disappeared from the market, I would be streaming it with my (often funny) reaction to it. …

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February 10th, 2014

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Review: Batman: Arkham Origins: Blackgate

Batman Arkham Origins Blackgate is the handheld sister title to the Batman Arkham Origins. Taking place three months after the Arkham Origins, you take control of a 2.5D stricken Caped Crusader investigating the goings-on at the infamous Blackgate Prison. What …

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February 7th, 2014

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Review: DanganRonpa: Trigger Happy Havoc

A national lottery chooses the completely average Makoto Naegi to attend the highly prestigious Hope’s Peak Academy. A school intended only for the best of the best with absolutely no room for anyone or anything remotely ordinary. However not long …

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January 28th, 2014

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Review: Adam’s Venture Chronicles

Adam’s Venture: Chronicles is a compilation of an episodic adventure game series released on PC from 2009 through 2012. The three episodes in the game follow Adam Venture as he discovers the Garden of Eden, the treasure inside of Solomon’s …

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January 21st, 2014

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Review: OlliOlli

Skateboarding games on Vita are about as plentiful as water in the Sahara. Even if there were a Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater and EA’s Skate on Vita, OlliOlli would still stand all alone as an original take on the genre. …

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January 19th, 2014

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Review: Rust Buccaneers

Twas a shivery day in middle December when I first heard of Rust Buccaneers. A press release and a gameplay trailer surfaced from the briny depths to beckon my gaming eyes. I was captured by its sparkly seafaring graphics and …

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December 23rd, 2013

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Review: Mutant Mudds Deluxe

One day while gaming with his grandma Max’s world is changed when a meteor comes crashing into Earth bringing the Mutant Mudds with it. Armed with a jet-pack and a heavy-duty water cannon it’s up to Max to collect the …

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December 15th, 2013

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Review: Chromatic Aberration

As the name implies Chromatic Aberration bases it’s gameplay mechanics off the type of optical distortion of the same name. This distortion, which can also be referred to as chromatic distortion, is what happens when all wavelengths of color are …

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December 12th, 2013

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Review: Eufloria HD Vita

Of course touch controls were going to add something wonderfully tactile to Eufloria. The feeling of being able to reach into a pre-existing world and mold the inhabitants to your will certainly adds something to Eufloria. I understand how ill …

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November 29th, 2013

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Review: Flower (PS4)

Flower is easily one of the last generations most thought provoking indie games, that is before thatgamecompany released what some may consider to be its spiritual successor in Journey. And somehow, Sony managed to get this game out in time …

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February 24th, 2014

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Review: Outlast

Outlast intrigued me.  So much so, that I wanted to use it to face my fear of survival-horror games.  Had the PS4 camera not disappeared from the market, I would be streaming it with my (often funny) reaction to it. …

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Read More

- 2 Comments

February 10th, 2014

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Review: Batman: Arkham Origins: Blackgate

Batman Arkham Origins Blackgate is the handheld sister title to the Batman Arkham Origins. Taking place three months after the Arkham Origins, you take control of a 2.5D stricken Caped Crusader investigating the goings-on at the infamous Blackgate Prison. What …

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Read More

- 6 Comments

February 7th, 2014

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Review: DanganRonpa: Trigger Happy Havoc

A national lottery chooses the completely average Makoto Naegi to attend the highly prestigious Hope’s Peak Academy. A school intended only for the best of the best with absolutely no room for anyone or anything remotely ordinary. However not long …

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- 2 Comments

January 28th, 2014

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Review: Adam’s Venture Chronicles

Adam’s Venture: Chronicles is a compilation of an episodic adventure game series released on PC from 2009 through 2012. The three episodes in the game follow Adam Venture as he discovers the Garden of Eden, the treasure inside of Solomon’s …

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Read More

- 2 Comments

January 21st, 2014

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Review: OlliOlli

Skateboarding games on Vita are about as plentiful as water in the Sahara. Even if there were a Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater and EA’s Skate on Vita, OlliOlli would still stand all alone as an original take on the genre. …

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- 4 Comments

January 19th, 2014

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Review: Rust Buccaneers

Twas a shivery day in middle December when I first heard of Rust Buccaneers. A press release and a gameplay trailer surfaced from the briny depths to beckon my gaming eyes. I was captured by its sparkly seafaring graphics and …

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- 2 Comments

December 23rd, 2013

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Review: Mutant Mudds Deluxe

One day while gaming with his grandma Max’s world is changed when a meteor comes crashing into Earth bringing the Mutant Mudds with it. Armed with a jet-pack and a heavy-duty water cannon it’s up to Max to collect the …

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- 3 Comments

December 15th, 2013

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Review: Chromatic Aberration

As the name implies Chromatic Aberration bases it’s gameplay mechanics off the type of optical distortion of the same name. This distortion, which can also be referred to as chromatic distortion, is what happens when all wavelengths of color are …

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December 12th, 2013

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Review: Eufloria HD Vita

Of course touch controls were going to add something wonderfully tactile to Eufloria. The feeling of being able to reach into a pre-existing world and mold the inhabitants to your will certainly adds something to Eufloria. I understand how ill …

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- 7 Comments

November 29th, 2013

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Review: Flower (PS4)

Flower is easily one of the last generations most thought provoking indie games, that is before thatgamecompany released what some may consider to be its spiritual successor in Journey. And somehow, Sony managed to get this game out in time …

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