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August 26th, 2015

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Review: Adventures of Pip

Our protagonist Pip, is a pixel of a few faces. He starts as a small red pixel, but soon he can change into an 8-bit character, and then a 16-bit character. Through his journey he will evolve and devolve between …

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August 25th, 2015

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Review: Back to Bed

When it was announced a little while ago, I was excited to learn that Back to Bed was coming to PlayStation platforms. The surrealist inspired puzzler looked like just my sort of game. I’m a closet surrealism enthusiast, with a …

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August 19th, 2015

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Review: Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist

Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist marks the first Yu-Gi-Oh! game to grace next-gen platforms. Legacy of the Duelist takes you through four seasons of the show and has you recreating classic duels with the characters from the show. For fans …

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August 15th, 2015

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Review: Actual Sunlight

When first starting up Actual Sunlight, you are given a warning that the game “deals with extremely mature themes, including depression and thoughts of suicide.” New players should absolutely heed this warning, as it deals with some very serious tones. …

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August 14th, 2015

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Review: The Castle Game

There aren’t a ton of tower defense games on PS4, but The Castle Game is one to check out. The Castle Game is a sandbox-style tower defense game that allows you a wide range of freedom as to where you …

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August 8th, 2015

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Review: Legend of Kay Anniversary

The original Legend of Kay was released on the PS2 back in 2005. Now, ten years later, the Anniversary version of the game includes updated textures, character models, and sound to create what would almost seem to be a brand …

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July 27th, 2015

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Review: Q.U.B.E: Director’s Cut

It’s hard to talk about Q.U.B.E: Director’s Cut without talking about Portal. It’s a first person puzzle game with white, test chamber-like rooms and a story that keeps you in the dark, with the game not revealing who you are, …

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July 16th, 2015

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Review: Red Goddess: Inner World

Red Goddess: Inner World can be a two-headed beast at times. At times it can be a fun platformer, and other times it’s a frustrating and time consuming trudge. Most times however, it can be the latter. Red Goddess is …

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July 2nd, 2015

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Review: Syberia

Syberia was originally released for PC in 2002, and averaged some very good scores for its time. Now it’s 2015, and the 13 year old adventure game still holds up in some ways, and in some ways it doesn’t. The …

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April 10th, 2015

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Review: Aaru’s Awakening

When taking your first glance at Aaru’s Awakening, you’ll notice the beautiful visuals that the game offers. Everything you see on screen is hand drawn and is one of the bright spots in a short and somewhat frustrating experience. As …

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August 26th, 2015

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Review: Adventures of Pip

Our protagonist Pip, is a pixel of a few faces. He starts as a small red pixel, but soon he can change into an 8-bit character, and then a 16-bit character. Through his journey he will evolve and devolve between …

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- 1 Comment

August 25th, 2015

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Review: Back to Bed

When it was announced a little while ago, I was excited to learn that Back to Bed was coming to PlayStation platforms. The surrealist inspired puzzler looked like just my sort of game. I’m a closet surrealism enthusiast, with a …

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Read More

- 1 Comment

August 19th, 2015

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Review: Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist

Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist marks the first Yu-Gi-Oh! game to grace next-gen platforms. Legacy of the Duelist takes you through four seasons of the show and has you recreating classic duels with the characters from the show. For fans …

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August 15th, 2015

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Review: Actual Sunlight

When first starting up Actual Sunlight, you are given a warning that the game “deals with extremely mature themes, including depression and thoughts of suicide.” New players should absolutely heed this warning, as it deals with some very serious tones. …

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August 14th, 2015

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Review: The Castle Game

There aren’t a ton of tower defense games on PS4, but The Castle Game is one to check out. The Castle Game is a sandbox-style tower defense game that allows you a wide range of freedom as to where you …

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- 2 Comments

August 8th, 2015

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Review: Legend of Kay Anniversary

The original Legend of Kay was released on the PS2 back in 2005. Now, ten years later, the Anniversary version of the game includes updated textures, character models, and sound to create what would almost seem to be a brand …

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July 27th, 2015

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Review: Q.U.B.E: Director’s Cut

It’s hard to talk about Q.U.B.E: Director’s Cut without talking about Portal. It’s a first person puzzle game with white, test chamber-like rooms and a story that keeps you in the dark, with the game not revealing who you are, …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

July 16th, 2015

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Review: Red Goddess: Inner World

Red Goddess: Inner World can be a two-headed beast at times. At times it can be a fun platformer, and other times it’s a frustrating and time consuming trudge. Most times however, it can be the latter. Red Goddess is …

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- 2 Comments

July 2nd, 2015

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Review: Syberia

Syberia was originally released for PC in 2002, and averaged some very good scores for its time. Now it’s 2015, and the 13 year old adventure game still holds up in some ways, and in some ways it doesn’t. The …

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- 1 Comment

April 10th, 2015

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Review: Aaru’s Awakening

When taking your first glance at Aaru’s Awakening, you’ll notice the beautiful visuals that the game offers. Everything you see on screen is hand drawn and is one of the bright spots in a short and somewhat frustrating experience. As …

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Read More