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June 23rd, 2011

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Review: Outland

Make no mistake, Outland is a beautiful game. Hailing from Housemarque, the developers of Super Stardust and Dead Nation, Outland is a departure for the studio’s expected norm, in the fact that it isn’t a twin stick shooter. In fact, …

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June 14th, 2011

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Review: Sonic 2

The PSN release of Sonic 2 is bitter-sweet. On the one hand, you’re getting what is arguably the best 2D Sonic game for a good price, but on the flip side, you’re going to want to put a Taser to …

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January 30th, 2011

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Review: Spare Parts

Spare Parts… is uneven. That’s honestly the best way of describing it. For every moment of fun, there’s an equal part frustration thrown in to the mix. For every time you and your co-op buddy hi-five each other for health, …

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November 30th, 2010

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Review: SingStar Dance

I surprised my friends over the Thanksgiving break with this game. Usually after we all get a little socially lubricated in one way or another SingStar always gets loaded up. I told them that I got a PlayStation Move and …

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November 30th, 2010

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Review: Dead Nation

Gruesome, dark, intense… these are all words that perfectly some up what Dead Nation is all about. Housemarque have sought out to create a world where you feel alone and helpless. For the most part, they have succeeded. Just picture …

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February 17th, 2010

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Review: Assault Heroes

The main focus I had with this review was going to be the outdated feel of the game, as if this was coming at the forefront of the dawn of downloadable distribution on consoles. Looking up the developer info, I …

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January 18th, 2010

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Review: Battle Fantasia

Battle Fantasia, an arcade port, brought right to your room via the PlayStation Network store. It was released in both the US (on Xbox 360) and Japan as a full retail game before finally making it’s way here. At a …

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June 23rd, 2011

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Outland

Make no mistake, Outland is a beautiful game. Hailing from Housemarque, the developers of Super Stardust and Dead Nation, Outland is a departure for the studio’s expected norm, in the fact that it isn’t a twin stick shooter. In fact, …

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Read More

- 1 Comment

June 14th, 2011

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Review: Sonic 2

The PSN release of Sonic 2 is bitter-sweet. On the one hand, you’re getting what is arguably the best 2D Sonic game for a good price, but on the flip side, you’re going to want to put a Taser to …

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Read More

- 1 Comment

January 30th, 2011

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Review: Spare Parts

Spare Parts… is uneven. That’s honestly the best way of describing it. For every moment of fun, there’s an equal part frustration thrown in to the mix. For every time you and your co-op buddy hi-five each other for health, …

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- 3 Comments

November 30th, 2010

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Review: SingStar Dance

I surprised my friends over the Thanksgiving break with this game. Usually after we all get a little socially lubricated in one way or another SingStar always gets loaded up. I told them that I got a PlayStation Move and …

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- 7 Comments

November 30th, 2010

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Review: Dead Nation

Gruesome, dark, intense… these are all words that perfectly some up what Dead Nation is all about. Housemarque have sought out to create a world where you feel alone and helpless. For the most part, they have succeeded. Just picture …

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February 17th, 2010

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Review: Assault Heroes

The main focus I had with this review was going to be the outdated feel of the game, as if this was coming at the forefront of the dawn of downloadable distribution on consoles. Looking up the developer info, I …

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- 0 Comments

January 18th, 2010

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Review: Battle Fantasia

Battle Fantasia, an arcade port, brought right to your room via the PlayStation Network store. It was released in both the US (on Xbox 360) and Japan as a full retail game before finally making it’s way here. At a …

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