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December 21st, 2015

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Review: Bedlam

Nostalgia is a powerful, often enchanting force that gamers experience whenever talking about the good ol’ days. It’s the amber that preserves impactful classics such as Goldeneye: 007 and Quake 2. Sure, by today’s standards those games may not be …

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September 10th, 2015

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Review: Armello

Armello is a game I’ve had my eye on for quite some time. We haven’t seen a strong tactical board game on the PSN this generation yet, and I had high hopes that this would hit that target straight-on. With …

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August 25th, 2015

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Review: Back to Bed

When it was announced a little while ago, I was excited to learn that Back to Bed was coming to PlayStation platforms. The surrealist inspired puzzler looked like just my sort of game. I’m a closet surrealism enthusiast, with a …

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August 24th, 2015

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Review: Volume

In Volume Rob Locksley takes on the lead role in a retelling of Robin Hood. Instead of physically stealing from the rich, Locksley uses a simulation to present himself as a symbol of hope. Using his expert skills to show …

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August 19th, 2015

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Review: Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist

Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist marks the first Yu-Gi-Oh! game to grace next-gen platforms. Legacy of the Duelist takes you through four seasons of the show and has you recreating classic duels with the characters from the show. For fans …

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August 13th, 2015

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Review: Submerged

Submerged opens (after a lengthy loading screen) with a montage detailing a boat’s arrival into a sunken, plant-claimed city. The boat’s pilot is a young woman and the only other passenger is a younger boy. The silent introduction depicts a …

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August 10th, 2015

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Review: Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture

Update: Previously one of my Cons at the bottom of this review listed “I wish you walked a little bit faster”. As it turns out you can move faster by holding R2. The game takes a few seconds to build …

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August 7th, 2015

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Review: N++

Reviewing N++ has been interesting for me. Typically, I’ll play through a game with an analytic lens, taking notes of its various attributes and how they contribute to the work as a whole. There’s a balance beam in my brain …

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July 18th, 2015

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Review: The Vanishing of Ethan Carter

In the opening minutes of The Vanishing of Ethan Carter I came across a pair of legs that were completely torn from their owner. A trail of blood led me about twenty feet down a path where I then found …

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April 16th, 2015

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Review: R.B.I. Baseball 2015

R.B.I. Baseball 15 improves on the short offerings of last year’s R.B.I. Baseball 14 and this helps the game justify its $20 price tag. Stat tracking, online play and online roster updates help improve last year’s shortcomings. The overall package …

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December 21st, 2015

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Review: Bedlam

Nostalgia is a powerful, often enchanting force that gamers experience whenever talking about the good ol’ days. It’s the amber that preserves impactful classics such as Goldeneye: 007 and Quake 2. Sure, by today’s standards those games may not be …

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September 10th, 2015

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Review: Armello

Armello is a game I’ve had my eye on for quite some time. We haven’t seen a strong tactical board game on the PSN this generation yet, and I had high hopes that this would hit that target straight-on. With …

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- 1 Comment

August 25th, 2015

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Review: Back to Bed

When it was announced a little while ago, I was excited to learn that Back to Bed was coming to PlayStation platforms. The surrealist inspired puzzler looked like just my sort of game. I’m a closet surrealism enthusiast, with a …

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- 0 Comments

August 24th, 2015

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Review: Volume

In Volume Rob Locksley takes on the lead role in a retelling of Robin Hood. Instead of physically stealing from the rich, Locksley uses a simulation to present himself as a symbol of hope. Using his expert skills to show …

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- 1 Comment

August 19th, 2015

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Review: Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist

Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist marks the first Yu-Gi-Oh! game to grace next-gen platforms. Legacy of the Duelist takes you through four seasons of the show and has you recreating classic duels with the characters from the show. For fans …

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August 13th, 2015

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Review: Submerged

Submerged opens (after a lengthy loading screen) with a montage detailing a boat’s arrival into a sunken, plant-claimed city. The boat’s pilot is a young woman and the only other passenger is a younger boy. The silent introduction depicts a …

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August 10th, 2015

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Review: Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture

Update: Previously one of my Cons at the bottom of this review listed “I wish you walked a little bit faster”. As it turns out you can move faster by holding R2. The game takes a few seconds to build …

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- 1 Comment

August 7th, 2015

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Review: N++

Reviewing N++ has been interesting for me. Typically, I’ll play through a game with an analytic lens, taking notes of its various attributes and how they contribute to the work as a whole. There’s a balance beam in my brain …

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July 18th, 2015

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Review: The Vanishing of Ethan Carter

In the opening minutes of The Vanishing of Ethan Carter I came across a pair of legs that were completely torn from their owner. A trail of blood led me about twenty feet down a path where I then found …

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- 0 Comments

April 16th, 2015

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Review: R.B.I. Baseball 2015

R.B.I. Baseball 15 improves on the short offerings of last year’s R.B.I. Baseball 14 and this helps the game justify its $20 price tag. Stat tracking, online play and online roster updates help improve last year’s shortcomings. The overall package …

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