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October 24th, 2011

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Review: PAYDAY: The Heist

Back at E3 PAYDAY was one of the titles that left a lasting impression. It was all I could talk about the day I saw it. Which is weird because I don’t consider myself a hardcore shooter fan. I mean …

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September 28th, 2011

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Review: Elemental Monster Online Card Game

I am sure you have seen me gush about this game for the past two weeks, whether it be on Twitter or the Podcast. There hasn’t been a game on PSN since the release of PixelJunk Shooter 2 that has …

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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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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 27th, 2011

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Review: N.O.V.A.

It seems appropriate that N.O.V.A. shares the same number of letters (and the two same vowels) as another major first-person shooter franchise; after all, the game is a fairly shameless (albeit legal) rip-off of the Halo games. If you ever …

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April 21st, 2011

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Review: Patapon 3

The core concepts of Patapon hold a dear place in my heart. The original game melded rhythm and strategic gameplay in such a unique way that it strongly impressed me. It’s tribal thumping bore deep into my subconscious to such …

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April 7th, 2011

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Stacking: The Lost Hobo King (Add-on)

If you haven’t experienced Stacking yet, then this review is not for you; go read Ben’s review of the main game, or better yet, purchase and play it. For the remainder of you whom have already rescued the Blackmore clan …

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March 21st, 2011

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Review: HOARD (PSP)

Dragons are cool. It is an unassailable fact of existence. Knowing this, Vancouver-based Big Sandwich Games could have easily phoned in any generic dragon game and hoped for a quick buck. Instead they gave us HOARD, an action arcade-strategy (“stratecade”) …

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March 7th, 2011

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Review- Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder

When a game is consistently referred to by its own developers as the “worst game ever,” it can be easy to approach it with lowered expectations. Right away, however, I was able to tell that Paper Wars was by and …

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February 23rd, 2011

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Review: Jane’s Hotel

Action management games are as old as Tapper, so it’s no surprise that one has finally made its way to the Playstation Minis platform. Unfortunately, we couldn’t have gotten a worse one: an otherwise mediocre game hampered by a piss-poor …

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October 24th, 2011

Posted in - Reviews

Review: PAYDAY: The Heist

Back at E3 PAYDAY was one of the titles that left a lasting impression. It was all I could talk about the day I saw it. Which is weird because I don’t consider myself a hardcore shooter fan. I mean …

+

Read More

- 4 Comments

September 28th, 2011

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Elemental Monster Online Card Game

I am sure you have seen me gush about this game for the past two weeks, whether it be on Twitter or the Podcast. There hasn’t been a game on PSN since the release of PixelJunk Shooter 2 that has …

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- 1 Comment

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

- 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

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April 27th, 2011

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Review: N.O.V.A.

It seems appropriate that N.O.V.A. shares the same number of letters (and the two same vowels) as another major first-person shooter franchise; after all, the game is a fairly shameless (albeit legal) rip-off of the Halo games. If you ever …

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- 1 Comment

April 21st, 2011

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Review: Patapon 3

The core concepts of Patapon hold a dear place in my heart. The original game melded rhythm and strategic gameplay in such a unique way that it strongly impressed me. It’s tribal thumping bore deep into my subconscious to such …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

April 7th, 2011

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Stacking: The Lost Hobo King (Add-on)

If you haven’t experienced Stacking yet, then this review is not for you; go read Ben’s review of the main game, or better yet, purchase and play it. For the remainder of you whom have already rescued the Blackmore clan …

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Read More

- 2 Comments

March 21st, 2011

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Review: HOARD (PSP)

Dragons are cool. It is an unassailable fact of existence. Knowing this, Vancouver-based Big Sandwich Games could have easily phoned in any generic dragon game and hoped for a quick buck. Instead they gave us HOARD, an action arcade-strategy (“stratecade”) …

+

Read More

- 1 Comment

March 7th, 2011

Posted in - Reviews

Review- Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder

When a game is consistently referred to by its own developers as the “worst game ever,” it can be easy to approach it with lowered expectations. Right away, however, I was able to tell that Paper Wars was by and …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

February 23rd, 2011

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Review: Jane’s Hotel

Action management games are as old as Tapper, so it’s no surprise that one has finally made its way to the Playstation Minis platform. Unfortunately, we couldn’t have gotten a worse one: an otherwise mediocre game hampered by a piss-poor …

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Read More