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November 23rd, 2015

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Review: Superbeat: Xonic

As a music/rhythm game, Superbeat: Xonic takes inspiration from the DJMax games. Musical notes appear on screen and you’ll need to match your timing with the notes to obtain the high score. On the surface, this new rhythm game for …

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January 30th, 2013

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Review: Frederic – Resurrection of Music

Rhythm games are fairly common this generation with the likes of Guitar Hero and Rock Band putting you into the Rock Star life with guitars and drums jamming along with music we all know and love from the past and …

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August 16th, 2012

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Review: Sound Shapes (PS3)

Music is generally an important part of any game. It helps set the tone for an emotional scene, pumps you up for that big boss fight up ahead, and for many of our favorites it sticks in your head and …

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August 10th, 2012

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Review: Sound Shapes (Vita)

Sound Shapes is not your typical platformer and it is not just another artsy indie game with no substance. Coming from Jonathan Mak, the creator of Everyday Shooter, you can expect it to be something a little different. And of …

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February 29th, 2012

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Review: Michael Jackson: The Experience HD

Michael Jackson: The Experience HD is a music/rhythm game that, just to be punny, isn’t bad; it’s bad. If you’ve played any BEMANI game or Guitar Hero game in the last ten years, you know the deal: Directions appear on …

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February 24th, 2012

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Review: Lumines Electronic Symphony

Sony handheld launches mean two things to me: some kick-ass new hardware and Lumines. It was the first game I played on my original launch PSP and guess what, Lumines Electronic Symphony was the first game I played on my …

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October 26th, 2011

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Review: Beat Hazard Ultra

Seizure inducing strobe lights are rather difficult for me to avoid. If there’s one thing I’ve learned about myself it’s that if you’re trying to keep me entertained, whether through movie or game, it’s probably best to just go ahead …

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July 26th, 2011

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Review: Drums Challenge

The minis platform has no shortage of space shooters and platformers. Rhythm games, however, are far and few between (I can’t remember any besides for Boom Beats). Drums Challenge is a Simon Says type of rhythm game, meaning the computer …

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May 5th, 2011

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Review: Auditorium (PSP)

Auditorium’s portable rendition shares a lot in common with its HD version on the PS3; the PSP game is, in fact, half of Auditorium HD and 100% of the content found in the original Flash version. It’s tough to recommend …

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April 1st, 2011

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Review: Chime Super Deluxe

I haven’t enjoyed a puzzle game quite as much as I’ve enjoyed Chime. It is what I would call a perfect fusion of music and gameplay, with an outstanding soundtrack and a core mechanic that, while uninventive, works extremely well. …

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November 23rd, 2015

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Review: Superbeat: Xonic

As a music/rhythm game, Superbeat: Xonic takes inspiration from the DJMax games. Musical notes appear on screen and you’ll need to match your timing with the notes to obtain the high score. On the surface, this new rhythm game for …

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Read More

- 2 Comments

January 30th, 2013

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Review: Frederic – Resurrection of Music

Rhythm games are fairly common this generation with the likes of Guitar Hero and Rock Band putting you into the Rock Star life with guitars and drums jamming along with music we all know and love from the past and …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

August 16th, 2012

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Review: Sound Shapes (PS3)

Music is generally an important part of any game. It helps set the tone for an emotional scene, pumps you up for that big boss fight up ahead, and for many of our favorites it sticks in your head and …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

August 10th, 2012

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Review: Sound Shapes (Vita)

Sound Shapes is not your typical platformer and it is not just another artsy indie game with no substance. Coming from Jonathan Mak, the creator of Everyday Shooter, you can expect it to be something a little different. And of …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

February 29th, 2012

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Review: Michael Jackson: The Experience HD

Michael Jackson: The Experience HD is a music/rhythm game that, just to be punny, isn’t bad; it’s bad. If you’ve played any BEMANI game or Guitar Hero game in the last ten years, you know the deal: Directions appear on …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

February 24th, 2012

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Review: Lumines Electronic Symphony

Sony handheld launches mean two things to me: some kick-ass new hardware and Lumines. It was the first game I played on my original launch PSP and guess what, Lumines Electronic Symphony was the first game I played on my …

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- 2 Comments

October 26th, 2011

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Review: Beat Hazard Ultra

Seizure inducing strobe lights are rather difficult for me to avoid. If there’s one thing I’ve learned about myself it’s that if you’re trying to keep me entertained, whether through movie or game, it’s probably best to just go ahead …

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Read More

- 1 Comment

July 26th, 2011

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Review: Drums Challenge

The minis platform has no shortage of space shooters and platformers. Rhythm games, however, are far and few between (I can’t remember any besides for Boom Beats). Drums Challenge is a Simon Says type of rhythm game, meaning the computer …

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Read More

- 4 Comments

May 5th, 2011

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Review: Auditorium (PSP)

Auditorium’s portable rendition shares a lot in common with its HD version on the PS3; the PSP game is, in fact, half of Auditorium HD and 100% of the content found in the original Flash version. It’s tough to recommend …

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Read More

- 1 Comment

April 1st, 2011

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Review: Chime Super Deluxe

I haven’t enjoyed a puzzle game quite as much as I’ve enjoyed Chime. It is what I would call a perfect fusion of music and gameplay, with an outstanding soundtrack and a core mechanic that, while uninventive, works extremely well. …

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