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February 21st, 2012

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Review: Uncharted: Golden Abyss

After three grand adventures on the PlayStation 3 Nathan Drake is making his portable debut with Uncharted: Golden Abyss on the PlayStation Vita. Set before the original Uncharted we see Drake once again adventuring through a jungle jumping, climbing, and …

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February 12th, 2012

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Review: Malicious

Malicious is a love letter to the days where good boss design was everything. Every enemy in this game is a challenge, and every encounter an exercise in pattern recognition and exploitation.

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January 17th, 2012

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Review: Zack Zero

It is always great to be surprised by a game that comes out of nowhere. Little was known about Zack Zero before its release last week on the European PlayStation Store which always makes me a little nervous. Thankfully after …

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November 14th, 2011

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Review: Medieval Moves: Deadmund’s Quest

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November 8th, 2011

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Review: Hydrophobia Prophecy

There’s no other way to start this review than by mentioning the path that Hydrophobia has taken to get to the place it’s in today. The original version of the game released last year on XBLA to mostly negative reviews. …

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November 1st, 2011

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Review: Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception

With any good adventure, it’s all about the protagonist. The realistic anchor to the world, always the person to measure up to the lofty goals set before them. Of course, it’s the insurmountable odds placed before them that serve as …

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October 30th, 2011

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Review: inFamous Festival of Blood

As is the case among us all, this time of year always gets me excited about ghosts, goblins, zombies and vampires. Creatures that stalk the night and massive amounts of candy paint a picture of wonderful memories through the years …

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October 30th, 2011

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Review: Rush’N Attack: Ex Patriot

Rush’N Attack’s map screen can’t hold a solid frame rate. It stutters when you zoom in and out, and even when you pan around the screen. Konami’s retro revival staggers on to digital platforms bearing little resemblance to its forebears, and more …

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October 23rd, 2011

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Review: 1000 Tiny Claws

There’s something to be said for simplicity. Without it, we’d forever be bogged down in status screens, trawling through nested menus upon menus in search of fun. 1000 Tiny Claws wastes no time in getting to the point, and sets …

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October 18th, 2011

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Review: Okabu

Okabu isn’t ready. Straight out of the gate, I knew something was wrong when the storybook cutscene that introduced the cloud whales came without sound, and when I got to my first gameplay sequence, the audio spluttered in to life, …

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February 21st, 2012

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Review: Uncharted: Golden Abyss

After three grand adventures on the PlayStation 3 Nathan Drake is making his portable debut with Uncharted: Golden Abyss on the PlayStation Vita. Set before the original Uncharted we see Drake once again adventuring through a jungle jumping, climbing, and …

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- 1 Comment

February 12th, 2012

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Review: Malicious

Malicious is a love letter to the days where good boss design was everything. Every enemy in this game is a challenge, and every encounter an exercise in pattern recognition and exploitation.

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January 17th, 2012

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Review: Zack Zero

It is always great to be surprised by a game that comes out of nowhere. Little was known about Zack Zero before its release last week on the European PlayStation Store which always makes me a little nervous. Thankfully after …

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- 2 Comments

November 14th, 2011

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Review: Medieval Moves: Deadmund’s Quest

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- 3 Comments

November 8th, 2011

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Review: Hydrophobia Prophecy

There’s no other way to start this review than by mentioning the path that Hydrophobia has taken to get to the place it’s in today. The original version of the game released last year on XBLA to mostly negative reviews. …

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November 1st, 2011

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Review: Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception

With any good adventure, it’s all about the protagonist. The realistic anchor to the world, always the person to measure up to the lofty goals set before them. Of course, it’s the insurmountable odds placed before them that serve as …

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October 30th, 2011

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Review: inFamous Festival of Blood

As is the case among us all, this time of year always gets me excited about ghosts, goblins, zombies and vampires. Creatures that stalk the night and massive amounts of candy paint a picture of wonderful memories through the years …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

October 30th, 2011

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Review: Rush’N Attack: Ex Patriot

Rush’N Attack’s map screen can’t hold a solid frame rate. It stutters when you zoom in and out, and even when you pan around the screen. Konami’s retro revival staggers on to digital platforms bearing little resemblance to its forebears, and more …

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- 1 Comment

October 23rd, 2011

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Review: 1000 Tiny Claws

There’s something to be said for simplicity. Without it, we’d forever be bogged down in status screens, trawling through nested menus upon menus in search of fun. 1000 Tiny Claws wastes no time in getting to the point, and sets …

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- 3 Comments

October 18th, 2011

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Review: Okabu

Okabu isn’t ready. Straight out of the gate, I knew something was wrong when the storybook cutscene that introduced the cloud whales came without sound, and when I got to my first gameplay sequence, the audio spluttered in to life, …

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