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January 10th, 2011

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Review: Tetris

There are a lot of things to be said in a Tetris review preamble: It’s one of the great grandfathers of modern games. It’s so ubiquitous that there is a version of Tetris on nearly every gaming platform (and several …

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January 3rd, 2011

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Review: Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves

This was one of the first games I played with my shiny new Playstation Move.  I’m glad it was, I had a great time.  Shame the experience didn’t last long.. LBP: Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves was first demoed when the Move …

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December 13th, 2010

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Review: Spelunker HD

Spelunker is a classic platforming game that has been released on several platforms. Each iteration of the game from its debut on the Atari to its jump onto the NES is known for one thing: Merciless difficulty. Tozai Games, the …

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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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December 5th, 2010

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Review: Auditorium HD

Back in 2009, indiepubgames held a game competition, and the grand prize went to Cipher Prime’s Auditorium. November 23rd marked the PSN release of Auditorium HD, a revisited and revamped version of the incredibly original music/puzzle title. With a total …

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December 1st, 2010

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Review: Fish Tank

One thing I like about Minis titles is that their XMB splash screens usually give a fun description of what the game is all about. Fish Tank’s reads, “…revolutionary “Match-3″ game that combines puzzle elements with reflex based segments!” If …

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November 29th, 2010

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Review: The Price Is Right

As an only child growing up with two working parents, I watched a lot of TV. More specifically, I watched a lot of The Price Is Right. There was something about Bob Barker’s casual charisma, the colourful and creative pricing …

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November 23rd, 2010

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Review: Beat Sketcher

Beat Sketcher is a very interesting release. I hesitate to use the word ‘game’ because much of the content offered in Beat Sketcher isn’t really what you’d expect in a traditional game. This isn’t a negative criticism by any means, …

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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 13th, 2010

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Review: John Daly’s ProStroke Golf

John Daly’s ProStroke Golf is a golf sim, which means it’s entering a genre that has been dominated by EA Sports’s Tiger Woods franchise for the past decade. John Daly’s ProStroke Golf has one thing going for it: precision Move …

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January 10th, 2011

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Tetris

There are a lot of things to be said in a Tetris review preamble: It’s one of the great grandfathers of modern games. It’s so ubiquitous that there is a version of Tetris on nearly every gaming platform (and several …

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- 4 Comments

January 3rd, 2011

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Review: Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves

This was one of the first games I played with my shiny new Playstation Move.  I’m glad it was, I had a great time.  Shame the experience didn’t last long.. LBP: Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves was first demoed when the Move …

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- 3 Comments

December 13th, 2010

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Review: Spelunker HD

Spelunker is a classic platforming game that has been released on several platforms. Each iteration of the game from its debut on the Atari to its jump onto the NES is known for one thing: Merciless difficulty. Tozai Games, the …

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- 1 Comment

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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- 0 Comments

December 5th, 2010

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Review: Auditorium HD

Back in 2009, indiepubgames held a game competition, and the grand prize went to Cipher Prime’s Auditorium. November 23rd marked the PSN release of Auditorium HD, a revisited and revamped version of the incredibly original music/puzzle title. With a total …

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Read More

- 1 Comment

December 1st, 2010

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Review: Fish Tank

One thing I like about Minis titles is that their XMB splash screens usually give a fun description of what the game is all about. Fish Tank’s reads, “…revolutionary “Match-3″ game that combines puzzle elements with reflex based segments!” If …

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Read More

- 4 Comments

November 29th, 2010

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Review: The Price Is Right

As an only child growing up with two working parents, I watched a lot of TV. More specifically, I watched a lot of The Price Is Right. There was something about Bob Barker’s casual charisma, the colourful and creative pricing …

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- 2 Comments

November 23rd, 2010

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Review: Beat Sketcher

Beat Sketcher is a very interesting release. I hesitate to use the word ‘game’ because much of the content offered in Beat Sketcher isn’t really what you’d expect in a traditional game. This isn’t a negative criticism by any means, …

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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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Read More

- 0 Comments

November 13th, 2010

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Review: John Daly’s ProStroke Golf

John Daly’s ProStroke Golf is a golf sim, which means it’s entering a genre that has been dominated by EA Sports’s Tiger Woods franchise for the past decade. John Daly’s ProStroke Golf has one thing going for it: precision Move …

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Read More