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September 19th, 2016

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Review: Bears Can’t Drift!?

One of my favorite genres in video gaming is the kart racer. When I first saw Bears Can’t Drift!? I got excited that this may be a good kart racer for the PS4, and for the most part, it succeeds. …

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July 29th, 2016

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Review: SteamWorld Heist

SteamWorld Heist is a side-scrolling turn-based action strategy game available for download from the PlayStation Store for the PS4 and PS Vita. The SteamWorld series began in 2010 with a real-time strategy tower defense game titled SteamWorld: Tower Defense, while …

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July 5th, 2016

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Review: Lost Sea

Ever since first seeing Lost Sea, I was taken by its visual style: cartoony, light-hearted, fun. I’ve had a chance to sink my teeth into the game over the last week and what I’ve discovered is a solid action-adventure experience …

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March 17th, 2016

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Review: SwapQuest

When I saw SwapQuest for the first time, my reaction was that the premise seemed great. Your character auto-runs through a stage while you slide around pipe tiles to create a path. After playing the game through, I still think …

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March 11th, 2016

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Review: Ninja Senki DX

Within the first 30 seconds of playing Ninja Senki DX, you’ll know that this is for lovers of old-school, 8-bit platforming. The most comparable game I can think of is Mega Man. Traps, enemy placement and platforms are placed in …

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December 15th, 2015

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Review: Kromaia Ω

Before booting it up for the first time, I had never heard of Kromaia Ω. The original game (without the Omega) released on Steam in October of 2014 and has seen much success on the platform since then. Initially, I …

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October 28th, 2015

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Review: Extreme Exorcism

Extreme Exorcism takes a unique concept and doesn’t really expand on it, but this one concept doesn’t overstay its welcome. The main mechanic of enemies mimicking your previous moves is interesting, and although it is just one concept, there is …

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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 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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September 19th, 2016

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Bears Can’t Drift!?

One of my favorite genres in video gaming is the kart racer. When I first saw Bears Can’t Drift!? I got excited that this may be a good kart racer for the PS4, and for the most part, it succeeds. …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

July 29th, 2016

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Review: SteamWorld Heist

SteamWorld Heist is a side-scrolling turn-based action strategy game available for download from the PlayStation Store for the PS4 and PS Vita. The SteamWorld series began in 2010 with a real-time strategy tower defense game titled SteamWorld: Tower Defense, while …

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July 5th, 2016

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Review: Lost Sea

Ever since first seeing Lost Sea, I was taken by its visual style: cartoony, light-hearted, fun. I’ve had a chance to sink my teeth into the game over the last week and what I’ve discovered is a solid action-adventure experience …

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- 1 Comment

March 17th, 2016

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Review: SwapQuest

When I saw SwapQuest for the first time, my reaction was that the premise seemed great. Your character auto-runs through a stage while you slide around pipe tiles to create a path. After playing the game through, I still think …

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March 11th, 2016

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Review: Ninja Senki DX

Within the first 30 seconds of playing Ninja Senki DX, you’ll know that this is for lovers of old-school, 8-bit platforming. The most comparable game I can think of is Mega Man. Traps, enemy placement and platforms are placed in …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

December 15th, 2015

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Review: Kromaia Ω

Before booting it up for the first time, I had never heard of Kromaia Ω. The original game (without the Omega) released on Steam in October of 2014 and has seen much success on the platform since then. Initially, I …

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- 0 Comments

October 28th, 2015

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Review: Extreme Exorcism

Extreme Exorcism takes a unique concept and doesn’t really expand on it, but this one concept doesn’t overstay its welcome. The main mechanic of enemies mimicking your previous moves is interesting, and although it is just one concept, there is …

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- 7 Comments

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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Read More

- 0 Comments

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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