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May 2nd, 2017

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Review: Cosmic Star Heroine

Cosmic Star Heroine, to put it simply, is a fantastic 16-bit style RPG that shows a clear respect for many beloved JRPGs of that era (Chrono Trigger comes to mind) while never feeling completely beholden to the past. It instead …

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April 18th, 2017

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Review: Flinthook

Flinthook comes from the Montreal indie studio Tribute. If the studio sounds familiar, it’s probably due to the fact that over the past few years, they’ve released some shining PSN titles, including Wizorb, Curses N’ Chaos, Ninja Senki DX, and …

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April 11th, 2017

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Review: PaRappa The Rapper Remastered

When I was growing up, I never had the chance to play the original PaRappa the Rapper on PS1. I was a Nintendo kid playing hits like Banjo Kazooie and Mario Kart 64 back then. Even with its re-release on …

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March 22nd, 2017

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Review: Everything

You are bison. You are rock. You are cruise ship. You are everything. Open world games often boast the fact that the mountain you see in the distance is an actual place you can reach. Everything, an interactive toy-box of …

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March 18th, 2017

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Review: Loot Rascals

Loot Rascals would fit really well in a theoretical Adult Swim Saturday Morning Cartoon block. The games mix of cartoon, pan-dimensional horror, and holograms somehow blend together really well and makes for an overall aesthetic that feels completely original. Extra …

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January 17th, 2017

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Review: Siegecraft Commander

StarCraft meets Worms. Let that sink in for a little bit. Good? Great. Siegecraft Commander comes from Australian developers Blowfish Studios. According to their website, this is the latest in a series of Siegecraft games. It’s the first one I’ve …

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January 16th, 2017

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Review: Ace Banana

As one of many launch titles for PlayStation VR, Ace Banana is one of those games that most likely got overlooked. However, there may be a reason that it hasn’t gotten much attention. It’s an arcade shooting game where you …

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September 15th, 2016

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Review: Riptide GP: Renegade

Riptide GP: Renegade is a water based racing game available for download from the PlayStation Store for the PS4. Vector Unit was founded in December 2007 by Ralf Knoesel and Matt Small with a team comprising of just 4 members …

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September 6th, 2016

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Review: Moon Hunters

Moon Hunters was a tricky game for me to get through with the purposes of reviewing it. I first came across it at PAX East 2015, when I met the Kit Fox team and chatted about their aspirations for the …

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September 1st, 2016

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Review: Hue

In Hue’s world, everyone sees things in gray-scale, everyone except for his mother that is. But when she goes missing it’s up to Hue to embark on a journey to solve the mysterious circumstances around his mother’s research as well …

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May 2nd, 2017

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Review: Cosmic Star Heroine

Cosmic Star Heroine, to put it simply, is a fantastic 16-bit style RPG that shows a clear respect for many beloved JRPGs of that era (Chrono Trigger comes to mind) while never feeling completely beholden to the past. It instead …

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April 18th, 2017

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Review: Flinthook

Flinthook comes from the Montreal indie studio Tribute. If the studio sounds familiar, it’s probably due to the fact that over the past few years, they’ve released some shining PSN titles, including Wizorb, Curses N’ Chaos, Ninja Senki DX, and …

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April 11th, 2017

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Review: PaRappa The Rapper Remastered

When I was growing up, I never had the chance to play the original PaRappa the Rapper on PS1. I was a Nintendo kid playing hits like Banjo Kazooie and Mario Kart 64 back then. Even with its re-release on …

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March 22nd, 2017

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Review: Everything

You are bison. You are rock. You are cruise ship. You are everything. Open world games often boast the fact that the mountain you see in the distance is an actual place you can reach. Everything, an interactive toy-box of …

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March 18th, 2017

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Review: Loot Rascals

Loot Rascals would fit really well in a theoretical Adult Swim Saturday Morning Cartoon block. The games mix of cartoon, pan-dimensional horror, and holograms somehow blend together really well and makes for an overall aesthetic that feels completely original. Extra …

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January 17th, 2017

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Review: Siegecraft Commander

StarCraft meets Worms. Let that sink in for a little bit. Good? Great. Siegecraft Commander comes from Australian developers Blowfish Studios. According to their website, this is the latest in a series of Siegecraft games. It’s the first one I’ve …

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January 16th, 2017

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Review: Ace Banana

As one of many launch titles for PlayStation VR, Ace Banana is one of those games that most likely got overlooked. However, there may be a reason that it hasn’t gotten much attention. It’s an arcade shooting game where you …

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September 15th, 2016

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Review: Riptide GP: Renegade

Riptide GP: Renegade is a water based racing game available for download from the PlayStation Store for the PS4. Vector Unit was founded in December 2007 by Ralf Knoesel and Matt Small with a team comprising of just 4 members …

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September 6th, 2016

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Review: Moon Hunters

Moon Hunters was a tricky game for me to get through with the purposes of reviewing it. I first came across it at PAX East 2015, when I met the Kit Fox team and chatted about their aspirations for the …

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September 1st, 2016

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Review: Hue

In Hue’s world, everyone sees things in gray-scale, everyone except for his mother that is. But when she goes missing it’s up to Hue to embark on a journey to solve the mysterious circumstances around his mother’s research as well …

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