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June 27th, 2013

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Review: Pool Nation

Pool Nation comes to the PlayStation 3 nearly seven months after its initial release on Xbox Live Arcade. Not even before I had achieved 100% of the stars in my first 9-ball tour did I find it hard to resist …

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June 18th, 2013

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Review: Jak & Daxter Collection (Vita)

This Jak & Daxter Collection is the first of many classic remakes to come to Vita following a quasi-recent release on PS3. Let’s hope future classic collections on Vita are better than this one. What is promising is that this …

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June 16th, 2013

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Review: Quell Memento

I don’t tend to get all artsy fartsy when I review video games, but with years of studying French films under my belt, I have the ability to. I am going to partially utilize that pseudo-pretentious ability in reviewing Quell …

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June 1st, 2013

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Review: Yu-Nama: The Puzzle

Back in my day, there was an interesting little puzzle-type game by the name of Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! What did I do to Deserve This? Said game came out on the PlayStation Portable. It put you in control …

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May 26th, 2013

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Review: Voodoo Chronicles

Voodoo Chronicles is a hidden object game (subsequently referred to as HoG) in which you work as a detective trying to solve a supernatural murder mystery. As James Voodoo, P.I., you’ll point and click around over 40 different screens in …

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May 25th, 2013

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Review: Rymdkapsel

Rymdkapsel is a space strategy game, and a pretty good one too. Rymdkapsel focuses you on building up your base, and expanding across the stars. It is super simple to pick up and play, and a game that you can …

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May 21st, 2013

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Review: Jacob Jones and the Bigfoot Mystery Episode One – A Bump in the Night

Summer camp is a customary part of life for some kids growing up, being shipped off to the woods under the care of wacky camp consolers and hanging out with “interesting” camp mates. You interact with nature, eat questionable food, …

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May 18th, 2013

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Review: Men’s Room Mayhem

There’s nothing really more to it than you’d expect, but what is there has been executed well, and without any form of technical hiccups.

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May 1st, 2013

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Review: Dragon Fantasy Book I

In playing Dragon Fantasy Book I you can tell that the developers of Muteki Corporation are big fans of classic JRPG’s, before gorgeous cutscenes, confusing battle systems, and bloated conversations were the norm. These games were something special, and while …

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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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June 27th, 2013

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Pool Nation

Pool Nation comes to the PlayStation 3 nearly seven months after its initial release on Xbox Live Arcade. Not even before I had achieved 100% of the stars in my first 9-ball tour did I find it hard to resist …

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- 27 Comments

June 18th, 2013

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Review: Jak & Daxter Collection (Vita)

This Jak & Daxter Collection is the first of many classic remakes to come to Vita following a quasi-recent release on PS3. Let’s hope future classic collections on Vita are better than this one. What is promising is that this …

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- 1 Comment

June 16th, 2013

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Review: Quell Memento

I don’t tend to get all artsy fartsy when I review video games, but with years of studying French films under my belt, I have the ability to. I am going to partially utilize that pseudo-pretentious ability in reviewing Quell …

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Read More

- 4 Comments

June 1st, 2013

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Review: Yu-Nama: The Puzzle

Back in my day, there was an interesting little puzzle-type game by the name of Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! What did I do to Deserve This? Said game came out on the PlayStation Portable. It put you in control …

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- 3 Comments

May 26th, 2013

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Review: Voodoo Chronicles

Voodoo Chronicles is a hidden object game (subsequently referred to as HoG) in which you work as a detective trying to solve a supernatural murder mystery. As James Voodoo, P.I., you’ll point and click around over 40 different screens in …

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- 7 Comments

May 25th, 2013

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Review: Rymdkapsel

Rymdkapsel is a space strategy game, and a pretty good one too. Rymdkapsel focuses you on building up your base, and expanding across the stars. It is super simple to pick up and play, and a game that you can …

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- 6 Comments

May 21st, 2013

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Review: Jacob Jones and the Bigfoot Mystery Episode One – A Bump in the Night

Summer camp is a customary part of life for some kids growing up, being shipped off to the woods under the care of wacky camp consolers and hanging out with “interesting” camp mates. You interact with nature, eat questionable food, …

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- 3 Comments

May 18th, 2013

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Review: Men’s Room Mayhem

There’s nothing really more to it than you’d expect, but what is there has been executed well, and without any form of technical hiccups.

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- 2 Comments

May 1st, 2013

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Review: Dragon Fantasy Book I

In playing Dragon Fantasy Book I you can tell that the developers of Muteki Corporation are big fans of classic JRPG’s, before gorgeous cutscenes, confusing battle systems, and bloated conversations were the norm. These games were something special, and while …

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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 …

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Read More