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April 24th, 2011

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Review: Angry Birds

Angry Birds in an inexplicable phenomenon. In the mobile market, where small, bite size games are king, and low price points are key to success, it has blazed a trail of simple gameplay and a cute aesthetic. Angry Birds is …

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April 16th, 2011

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Review: Pix’N Love Rush

About a month ago, Pix’N Love Rush made its way from the world of iOS to the PlayStation Network as a minis title. The game was free for Plus subscribers for two weeks, but if you missed it then (or …

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April 6th, 2011

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Review: Sonic The Hedgehog

I’m going to skip the preamble and get straight into it. The original Sonic The Hedgehog still holds up. The gameplay is still fun, the levels are still wonderfully designed, and the special stages are still infuriating. The PSN version …

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April 1st, 2011

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Review: Chime Super Deluxe

I haven’t enjoyed a puzzle game quite as much as I’ve enjoyed Chime. It is what I would call a perfect fusion of music and gameplay, with an outstanding soundtrack and a core mechanic that, while uninventive, works extremely well. …

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March 30th, 2011

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Review: StarDrone

Beatshapers’s long-anticipated Move title StarDrone released earlier this month on the European PlayStation Network. It’s coming soon to the North American store, which is a very good thing. If you’re longing for a reason to dust off your PlayStation Move …

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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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March 19th, 2011

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Review: Aquattack!

Aquattack! is a grid-based match-three (or more) minis title with a fish shtick. Sound familiar? Luckily, this game is more playable than the illfated iFun4all bore-fest. There isn’t much to do here besides for matching multiple fish of the same …

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March 1st, 2011

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Review: PixelJunk Shooter 2

The PixelJunk series is what I consider the pinnacle of gaming on the PlayStation Network. The games, for the most part, are always great to look at, a blast to play and packed to the brim with features. PixelJunk Shooter …

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February 23rd, 2011

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Review: Jane’s Hotel

Action management games are as old as Tapper, so it’s no surprise that one has finally made its way to the Playstation Minis platform. Unfortunately, we couldn’t have gotten a worse one: an otherwise mediocre game hampered by a piss-poor …

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February 22nd, 2011

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Review: Blimp: The Flying Adventures

You’re Captain Zed Pelin, and there’s some sort of alien invasion story that leads to your planet being rocked. You escape and somehow become the planet’s premier rogue blimp delivery flyer for hire. Yeah… As is the case for most …

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April 24th, 2011

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Review: Angry Birds

Angry Birds in an inexplicable phenomenon. In the mobile market, where small, bite size games are king, and low price points are key to success, it has blazed a trail of simple gameplay and a cute aesthetic. Angry Birds is …

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April 16th, 2011

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Review: Pix’N Love Rush

About a month ago, Pix’N Love Rush made its way from the world of iOS to the PlayStation Network as a minis title. The game was free for Plus subscribers for two weeks, but if you missed it then (or …

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- 2 Comments

April 6th, 2011

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Review: Sonic The Hedgehog

I’m going to skip the preamble and get straight into it. The original Sonic The Hedgehog still holds up. The gameplay is still fun, the levels are still wonderfully designed, and the special stages are still infuriating. The PSN version …

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Read More

- 1 Comment

April 1st, 2011

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Review: Chime Super Deluxe

I haven’t enjoyed a puzzle game quite as much as I’ve enjoyed Chime. It is what I would call a perfect fusion of music and gameplay, with an outstanding soundtrack and a core mechanic that, while uninventive, works extremely well. …

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Read More

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March 30th, 2011

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Review: StarDrone

Beatshapers’s long-anticipated Move title StarDrone released earlier this month on the European PlayStation Network. It’s coming soon to the North American store, which is a very good thing. If you’re longing for a reason to dust off your PlayStation Move …

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Read More

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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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Read More

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March 19th, 2011

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Review: Aquattack!

Aquattack! is a grid-based match-three (or more) minis title with a fish shtick. Sound familiar? Luckily, this game is more playable than the illfated iFun4all bore-fest. There isn’t much to do here besides for matching multiple fish of the same …

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Read More

- 5 Comments

March 1st, 2011

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Review: PixelJunk Shooter 2

The PixelJunk series is what I consider the pinnacle of gaming on the PlayStation Network. The games, for the most part, are always great to look at, a blast to play and packed to the brim with features. PixelJunk Shooter …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

February 23rd, 2011

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Review: Jane’s Hotel

Action management games are as old as Tapper, so it’s no surprise that one has finally made its way to the Playstation Minis platform. Unfortunately, we couldn’t have gotten a worse one: an otherwise mediocre game hampered by a piss-poor …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

February 22nd, 2011

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Review: Blimp: The Flying Adventures

You’re Captain Zed Pelin, and there’s some sort of alien invasion story that leads to your planet being rocked. You escape and somehow become the planet’s premier rogue blimp delivery flyer for hire. Yeah… As is the case for most …

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Read More