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October 9th, 2013

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Review: rain

What rain turned out to be is quite different from what I expected. At least it’s quite different in tone. I expected rain to be a calming and perhaps mysterious game. Maybe something similar to the feeling I get just …

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October 1st, 2013

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Review: Skydive: Proximity Flight

Gaijin Entertainment has not only been busy on the PS4 port of War Thunder, but they have also managed to muscle out Skydive: Proximity Flight for PS3. The first time I pressed the X button to dive off a cliff …

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September 25th, 2013

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Review: Carnivores Dinosaur Hunter HD

When I start to play a video game, I need to be interested, or I won’t enjoy the game. I need something that grabs me and pulls me in. Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter HD, did the opposite for me. With not …

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September 24th, 2013

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Review: Dragon Fantasy Book II

Dragon Fantasy Book I released earlier this year in April on PSN, and was one that I was looking forward to since its announcement. With its retro 8-bit styled graphics and Dragon Warrior/Quest inspired gameplay I enjoyed every minute of …

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September 24th, 2013

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Review: Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut

There was only a single moment in Lone Survivor that I found pleasant, and it came towards the end of the game. In a game so preoccupied with instilling a feeling of hopelessness in the player, I had begun to …

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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 12th, 2013

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Review: Killzone Mercenary

Killzone: Mercenary comes from a growing line of respected first-person shooters across PS2 and PS3. Killzone Liberation came out on PSP, not in an attempt to bring a console quality first-person shooter to a handheld, but to bring just the …

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September 2nd, 2013

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Review: KickBeat

Rhythm games have come a long way since the inception of the genre, and ZEN Studios is taking a step in the right direction with its new experimental rhythm game, KickBeat. Unlike games like Rock Band, KickBeat uses 3D character …

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September 1st, 2013

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Review: Floating Cloud God Saves The Pilgrims In HD

When Chris reviewed the original Minis version of Floating Cloud God Saves The Pilgrims, he gave it a lovely 4/5, calling it ‘something fresh for shooter fans’. With the game’s entertainingly symbiotic relationship between the titular characters, in the sense …

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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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October 9th, 2013

Posted in - Reviews

Review: rain

What rain turned out to be is quite different from what I expected. At least it’s quite different in tone. I expected rain to be a calming and perhaps mysterious game. Maybe something similar to the feeling I get just …

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Read More

- 2 Comments

October 1st, 2013

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Skydive: Proximity Flight

Gaijin Entertainment has not only been busy on the PS4 port of War Thunder, but they have also managed to muscle out Skydive: Proximity Flight for PS3. The first time I pressed the X button to dive off a cliff …

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Read More

- 15 Comments

September 25th, 2013

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Review: Carnivores Dinosaur Hunter HD

When I start to play a video game, I need to be interested, or I won’t enjoy the game. I need something that grabs me and pulls me in. Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter HD, did the opposite for me. With not …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

September 24th, 2013

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Review: Dragon Fantasy Book II

Dragon Fantasy Book I released earlier this year in April on PSN, and was one that I was looking forward to since its announcement. With its retro 8-bit styled graphics and Dragon Warrior/Quest inspired gameplay I enjoyed every minute of …

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Read More

- 3 Comments

September 24th, 2013

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut

There was only a single moment in Lone Survivor that I found pleasant, and it came towards the end of the game. In a game so preoccupied with instilling a feeling of hopelessness in the player, I had begun to …

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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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Read More

- 3 Comments

September 12th, 2013

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Review: Killzone Mercenary

Killzone: Mercenary comes from a growing line of respected first-person shooters across PS2 and PS3. Killzone Liberation came out on PSP, not in an attempt to bring a console quality first-person shooter to a handheld, but to bring just the …

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- 4 Comments

September 2nd, 2013

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Review: KickBeat

Rhythm games have come a long way since the inception of the genre, and ZEN Studios is taking a step in the right direction with its new experimental rhythm game, KickBeat. Unlike games like Rock Band, KickBeat uses 3D character …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

September 1st, 2013

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Floating Cloud God Saves The Pilgrims In HD

When Chris reviewed the original Minis version of Floating Cloud God Saves The Pilgrims, he gave it a lovely 4/5, calling it ‘something fresh for shooter fans’. With the game’s entertainingly symbiotic relationship between the titular characters, in the sense …

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Read More

- 6 Comments

September 1st, 2013

Posted in - Reviews

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