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December 30th, 2016

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Review: Shantae: Half-Genie Hero

Over the past couple years, I’ve grown to really appreciate WayForward’s Shantae, not just for a series of really solid platformers, but also because Sequin Land is just a fun place to return to. The Shantae series and its characters …

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December 30th, 2016

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Review: Lara Croft GO

Much like Hitman GO before it, Lara Croft GO is an excellent simplified take on the Tomb Raider franchise. Lara Croft’s journey to find ancient treasure this time is presented through turn-based puzzles, each of which containing numerous puzzles to …

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October 20th, 2016

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Review: Type:Rider

Type:Rider is a platforming game in which the player ‘explores’ the history of various popular fonts. I use apostrophes to encapsulate ‘explores’ because in reality, you’re just playing a platformer with clunky controls; jumping on thematic set-pieces (punctuation marks, famous …

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June 2nd, 2016

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Review: Azkend 2: The World Beneath (Vita)

At PSNStores, we are no stranger to 10tons Ltd. Over the past few years, the Finnish company have regularly put out quality games on Vita and PS4. Azkend 2: The World Beneath doesn’t stray far from the gilded road 10tons …

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March 17th, 2016

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Review: SwapQuest

When I saw SwapQuest for the first time, my reaction was that the premise seemed great. Your character auto-runs through a stage while you slide around pipe tiles to create a path. After playing the game through, I still think …

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March 11th, 2016

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Review: Ninja Senki DX

Within the first 30 seconds of playing Ninja Senki DX, you’ll know that this is for lovers of old-school, 8-bit platforming. The most comparable game I can think of is Mega Man. Traps, enemy placement and platforms are placed in …

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December 9th, 2015

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Review: Dariusburst: Chronicle Saviours

A few minutes into my time with Dariusburst Chronicle Saviours I found myself going up against a robotic-seahorse equipped with a missile launcher. The aquatic organisms theme gives the game a personality that makes it standout to me. On top …

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October 7th, 2015

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Review: Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax

Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax is a 2D Japanese fighting game. If you have any experience with these kinds of games, you likely already know if you’re on board or not, and for those of you that are on the fence, …

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July 27th, 2015

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Review: NekoBuro: Cats Block

When asked what I think about NekoBuro: Cats Block on a recent podcast, I joked that it’s “not as good as Tetris.” After letting the game settle for a short while (I beat it a little over a week ago), …

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July 5th, 2015

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Review: Whispering Willows

Whispering Willows opens with daunting piano chords and a recurrent, faint sound of wailing voices. So sets the stage for this spooky historical fiction game by Night Light Interactive, published by LOOT. What’s great about Whispering Willows – its multi-faceted …

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December 30th, 2016

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Review: Shantae: Half-Genie Hero

Over the past couple years, I’ve grown to really appreciate WayForward’s Shantae, not just for a series of really solid platformers, but also because Sequin Land is just a fun place to return to. The Shantae series and its characters …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

December 30th, 2016

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Review: Lara Croft GO

Much like Hitman GO before it, Lara Croft GO is an excellent simplified take on the Tomb Raider franchise. Lara Croft’s journey to find ancient treasure this time is presented through turn-based puzzles, each of which containing numerous puzzles to …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

October 20th, 2016

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Review: Type:Rider

Type:Rider is a platforming game in which the player ‘explores’ the history of various popular fonts. I use apostrophes to encapsulate ‘explores’ because in reality, you’re just playing a platformer with clunky controls; jumping on thematic set-pieces (punctuation marks, famous …

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June 2nd, 2016

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Review: Azkend 2: The World Beneath (Vita)

At PSNStores, we are no stranger to 10tons Ltd. Over the past few years, the Finnish company have regularly put out quality games on Vita and PS4. Azkend 2: The World Beneath doesn’t stray far from the gilded road 10tons …

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March 17th, 2016

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Review: SwapQuest

When I saw SwapQuest for the first time, my reaction was that the premise seemed great. Your character auto-runs through a stage while you slide around pipe tiles to create a path. After playing the game through, I still think …

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March 11th, 2016

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Review: Ninja Senki DX

Within the first 30 seconds of playing Ninja Senki DX, you’ll know that this is for lovers of old-school, 8-bit platforming. The most comparable game I can think of is Mega Man. Traps, enemy placement and platforms are placed in …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

December 9th, 2015

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Review: Dariusburst: Chronicle Saviours

A few minutes into my time with Dariusburst Chronicle Saviours I found myself going up against a robotic-seahorse equipped with a missile launcher. The aquatic organisms theme gives the game a personality that makes it standout to me. On top …

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- 0 Comments

October 7th, 2015

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Review: Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax

Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax is a 2D Japanese fighting game. If you have any experience with these kinds of games, you likely already know if you’re on board or not, and for those of you that are on the fence, …

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Read More

- 1 Comment

July 27th, 2015

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Review: NekoBuro: Cats Block

When asked what I think about NekoBuro: Cats Block on a recent podcast, I joked that it’s “not as good as Tetris.” After letting the game settle for a short while (I beat it a little over a week ago), …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

July 5th, 2015

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Review: Whispering Willows

Whispering Willows opens with daunting piano chords and a recurrent, faint sound of wailing voices. So sets the stage for this spooky historical fiction game by Night Light Interactive, published by LOOT. What’s great about Whispering Willows – its multi-faceted …

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