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March 19th, 2012

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Review: Super Stardust Delta

Ignoring all the praise Super Stardust HD received when it was released on PS3 back in 2007 I never tried the game until the trophy patch came out, with the sole purpose of seeing how trophies worked. But what I got was …

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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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October 22nd, 2011

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Review: Sideway: New York

I’m always excited to see developers trying new things with the platforming genre. The very first gameplay of Sideway: New York that I got to see immediately jumped out at me and captured my excitement. Traversing across the sides of …

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October 10th, 2011

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Review: Rochard

Rochard is a sidescrolling platformer with a depth that makes it look like a 3-dimensional affair. You play as John Rochard, a space miner for the company Skyrig whose day just keeps getting worse. You weild a gun with the …

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August 21st, 2011

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Review: Akimi Village

Akimi village is Sim City meets Lemmings.  You awaken a goofy avatar of a boy or girl, and are told to save the world from gloominess.  You see, the floating island that you have mysteriously woken up on has been …

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March 23rd, 2011

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Review: Slam Bolt Scrappers

Not since the Street Sharks chomped their way into our hearts in the mid-nineties has such a jawsome junction of ideas made its way onto our TV screens. On March 15th, Fire Hose Games released their flagship title, Slam Bolt …

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February 27th, 2011

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Review: Qlione Evolve

Most games are formed on a solid idea, one that can last throughout the course of an entire game without becoming tired. Qlione starts off with an interesting idea, but faceplants at the first hurdle without even wanting to. The …

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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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December 1st, 2009

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Review: Peggle

If you haven’t heard of Peggle you must be living in the Stone Age. This game seems to be on every platform imaginable and now it is finally found its way to the PS3. I for one couldn’t wait to …

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March 19th, 2012

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Review: Super Stardust Delta

Ignoring all the praise Super Stardust HD received when it was released on PS3 back in 2007 I never tried the game until the trophy patch came out, with the sole purpose of seeing how trophies worked. But what I got was …

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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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- 0 Comments

October 22nd, 2011

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Review: Sideway: New York

I’m always excited to see developers trying new things with the platforming genre. The very first gameplay of Sideway: New York that I got to see immediately jumped out at me and captured my excitement. Traversing across the sides of …

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- 4 Comments

October 10th, 2011

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Review: Rochard

Rochard is a sidescrolling platformer with a depth that makes it look like a 3-dimensional affair. You play as John Rochard, a space miner for the company Skyrig whose day just keeps getting worse. You weild a gun with the …

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- 0 Comments

August 21st, 2011

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Review: Akimi Village

Akimi village is Sim City meets Lemmings.  You awaken a goofy avatar of a boy or girl, and are told to save the world from gloominess.  You see, the floating island that you have mysteriously woken up on has been …

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March 23rd, 2011

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Review: Slam Bolt Scrappers

Not since the Street Sharks chomped their way into our hearts in the mid-nineties has such a jawsome junction of ideas made its way onto our TV screens. On March 15th, Fire Hose Games released their flagship title, Slam Bolt …

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February 27th, 2011

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Review: Qlione Evolve

Most games are formed on a solid idea, one that can last throughout the course of an entire game without becoming tired. Qlione starts off with an interesting idea, but faceplants at the first hurdle without even wanting to. The …

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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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- 0 Comments

December 1st, 2009

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Review: Peggle

If you haven’t heard of Peggle you must be living in the Stone Age. This game seems to be on every platform imaginable and now it is finally found its way to the PS3. I for one couldn’t wait to …

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