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December 27th, 2010

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Review: Ace Armstrong vs. the Alien Scumbags

There are quite a few shmups on the PlayStation Network nowadays. From the stellar Gundemonium Collection to the recently released Space Shooter For Two Bucks, fans of the genre have a handful of titles to choose from, each with its …

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December 12th, 2010

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Review: Monopoly

Reviewing a video game adaptation of Monopoly is different from a regular review because I can’t really review the game itself; I’m not about to critique the mechanics of a cardboard classic that’s been around since 1935. The best I …

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November 22nd, 2010

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Review: Crescent Pale Mist

Crescent Pale Mist is a foreign indie title that came out in 2006. You take control of Yunou, a magic chick that can harness the power of the Pale Mist. Apparently the pale mist is seeping into our world! Yunou …

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November 20th, 2010

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Review: My Aquarium

It’s difficult to classify My Aquarium as a game. In some ways, it’s a customizable screen saver for fish buffs. In other ways, it’s an aquatic-themed mass Tamagotchi. There are certain people who will really enjoy My Aquarium, and a …

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November 18th, 2010

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Review: Who’s That Flying?!

Minis seem to always get the short end of the stick. No one ever seems to care about them and they get overlooked a majority of the time. Well I am here to let you know that you should care …

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November 18th, 2010

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Review – Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter

Carnivores sounds like a winning idea: take the relatively tame hunting shooter genre and spice it up with the addition of exotic dinosaurs. Unfortunately, this formula for success has backfired. Rather than make a dull genre more interesting, Carnivores retains …

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November 4th, 2010

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Review: Blacklight: Tango Down

The wait is over. Last week marked the long-awaited release of Zombie Studios’ Blacklight: Tango Down on the PlayStation Network. The game had released on the XBLA back in July, and PSN users have been bitching about its delayed release …

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February 5th, 2010

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Review: Bloons

Bloons, a classic flash game, ported over to the PSP as a Mini. You assume the life of one dart-slinging monkey, with a vendetta against the entire ‘bloon race. Yeah… I made it sound a little more epic than it …

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February 1st, 2010

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Review: D-Cube Planet

Puzzles of the block pushing type: oh wunderbar. I was never really a fan of these types of games, but D-Cube Planet grew on me a little. The premise is fairly simple, push the blocks to make a path so …

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November 25th, 2009

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Review: Pinball Dreams

Pinball Dreams is the type of game that sucks hours away from you. The great thing is there is nothing fancy about it, as it is a port of the 1992 Amiga version, and nonetheless it is still a blast …

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December 27th, 2010

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Ace Armstrong vs. the Alien Scumbags

There are quite a few shmups on the PlayStation Network nowadays. From the stellar Gundemonium Collection to the recently released Space Shooter For Two Bucks, fans of the genre have a handful of titles to choose from, each with its …

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December 12th, 2010

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Review: Monopoly

Reviewing a video game adaptation of Monopoly is different from a regular review because I can’t really review the game itself; I’m not about to critique the mechanics of a cardboard classic that’s been around since 1935. The best I …

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November 22nd, 2010

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Review: Crescent Pale Mist

Crescent Pale Mist is a foreign indie title that came out in 2006. You take control of Yunou, a magic chick that can harness the power of the Pale Mist. Apparently the pale mist is seeping into our world! Yunou …

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November 20th, 2010

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Review: My Aquarium

It’s difficult to classify My Aquarium as a game. In some ways, it’s a customizable screen saver for fish buffs. In other ways, it’s an aquatic-themed mass Tamagotchi. There are certain people who will really enjoy My Aquarium, and a …

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November 18th, 2010

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Review: Who’s That Flying?!

Minis seem to always get the short end of the stick. No one ever seems to care about them and they get overlooked a majority of the time. Well I am here to let you know that you should care …

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November 18th, 2010

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Review – Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter

Carnivores sounds like a winning idea: take the relatively tame hunting shooter genre and spice it up with the addition of exotic dinosaurs. Unfortunately, this formula for success has backfired. Rather than make a dull genre more interesting, Carnivores retains …

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- 0 Comments

November 4th, 2010

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Review: Blacklight: Tango Down

The wait is over. Last week marked the long-awaited release of Zombie Studios’ Blacklight: Tango Down on the PlayStation Network. The game had released on the XBLA back in July, and PSN users have been bitching about its delayed release …

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February 5th, 2010

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Review: Bloons

Bloons, a classic flash game, ported over to the PSP as a Mini. You assume the life of one dart-slinging monkey, with a vendetta against the entire ‘bloon race. Yeah… I made it sound a little more epic than it …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

February 1st, 2010

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Review: D-Cube Planet

Puzzles of the block pushing type: oh wunderbar. I was never really a fan of these types of games, but D-Cube Planet grew on me a little. The premise is fairly simple, push the blocks to make a path so …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

November 25th, 2009

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Review: Pinball Dreams

Pinball Dreams is the type of game that sucks hours away from you. The great thing is there is nothing fancy about it, as it is a port of the 1992 Amiga version, and nonetheless it is still a blast …

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