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September 24th, 2012

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Review: Way of the Samurai 4

As a little boy, I would pretend to be a ninja who always had on the right camouflage, even when hiding in plain sight. I know ninjas and samurais are similar in some ways, but otherwise entirely different. Having never …

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September 16th, 2012

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Review: Lights, Camera, Party!

Lights, Camera, Party! fills one of the biggest gaps on the PlayStation Network: The Party Game genre. This PlayStation Move title brings 50 mini-games into your living room, providing fun for up to 8 players. I’ve been playing this game …

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September 12th, 2012

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Review: Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD

a mashup of levels (amazing how the warehouse is still everyone’s favorite) from the first two games with the abilities of only the first two games as well

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September 4th, 2012

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Review: Rock Band Blitz

Let me preface this review by saying that Rock Band is one of my favorite series this generation. I have probably put more money into buying DLC and hours into playing it then most other games combined. So when I …

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August 27th, 2012

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Review: Deep Black

After the experience I had playing through the broken and poorly designed Deep Black it’s hard to even figure out where to begin. When we first posted about Deep Black on the site I’ll be honest that I didn’t expect …

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August 23rd, 2012

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Review: Legasista

To start things off it’s probably worthy to note that if you have played Cladun on the PSP then you have a pretty good notion of exactly how Legasista’s gameplay works as well as whats up with the Ran-Geons. Legasista …

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August 16th, 2012

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Review: Sound Shapes (PS3)

Music is generally an important part of any game. It helps set the tone for an emotional scene, pumps you up for that big boss fight up ahead, and for many of our favorites it sticks in your head and …

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August 15th, 2012

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Review: Retro/Grade

Officially announced for PSN back in 2009 Retro/Grade has been a long time coming. My first experience with the game was in demo form through Steam. The demo was a little rough but a lot has changed since then and …

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August 14th, 2012

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Review: Papo & Yo

While most games flirt with sensitive subjects, Papo genuinely tackles these things, and gives you some of the most striking images I’ve ever seen in a game. It isn’t perfect, by any stretch of the imagination, but it has more courage than anything you’ve ever played.

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August 10th, 2012

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Review: Sound Shapes (Vita)

Sound Shapes is not your typical platformer and it is not just another artsy indie game with no substance. Coming from Jonathan Mak, the creator of Everyday Shooter, you can expect it to be something a little different. And of …

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September 24th, 2012

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Way of the Samurai 4

As a little boy, I would pretend to be a ninja who always had on the right camouflage, even when hiding in plain sight. I know ninjas and samurais are similar in some ways, but otherwise entirely different. Having never …

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- 1 Comment

September 16th, 2012

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Lights, Camera, Party!

Lights, Camera, Party! fills one of the biggest gaps on the PlayStation Network: The Party Game genre. This PlayStation Move title brings 50 mini-games into your living room, providing fun for up to 8 players. I’ve been playing this game …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

September 12th, 2012

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Review: Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD

a mashup of levels (amazing how the warehouse is still everyone’s favorite) from the first two games with the abilities of only the first two games as well

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- 0 Comments

September 4th, 2012

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Review: Rock Band Blitz

Let me preface this review by saying that Rock Band is one of my favorite series this generation. I have probably put more money into buying DLC and hours into playing it then most other games combined. So when I …

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August 27th, 2012

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Review: Deep Black

After the experience I had playing through the broken and poorly designed Deep Black it’s hard to even figure out where to begin. When we first posted about Deep Black on the site I’ll be honest that I didn’t expect …

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August 23rd, 2012

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Review: Legasista

To start things off it’s probably worthy to note that if you have played Cladun on the PSP then you have a pretty good notion of exactly how Legasista’s gameplay works as well as whats up with the Ran-Geons. Legasista …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

August 16th, 2012

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Review: Sound Shapes (PS3)

Music is generally an important part of any game. It helps set the tone for an emotional scene, pumps you up for that big boss fight up ahead, and for many of our favorites it sticks in your head and …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

August 15th, 2012

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Retro/Grade

Officially announced for PSN back in 2009 Retro/Grade has been a long time coming. My first experience with the game was in demo form through Steam. The demo was a little rough but a lot has changed since then and …

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Read More

- 1 Comment

August 14th, 2012

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Papo & Yo

While most games flirt with sensitive subjects, Papo genuinely tackles these things, and gives you some of the most striking images I’ve ever seen in a game. It isn’t perfect, by any stretch of the imagination, but it has more courage than anything you’ve ever played.

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

August 10th, 2012

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Review: Sound Shapes (Vita)

Sound Shapes is not your typical platformer and it is not just another artsy indie game with no substance. Coming from Jonathan Mak, the creator of Everyday Shooter, you can expect it to be something a little different. And of …

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Read More