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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 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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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 20th, 2010

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Review: Fly Fu

Fly Fu looks like someone unpinned a poor sap’s dead insect collection, rearranged them into funny positions, and doodled around them to make scenes. It’s a really cool looking effect, which the game maintains by keeping all backgrounds paper-esque and …

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November 19th, 2010

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Review: Crazy Taxi

Crazy Taxi is an iconic game, one that was a staple title in the Dreamcast’s library. It brought the frantic fun of racking up exorbitant fares from arcades into living rooms. The digital release of Crazy Taxi is essentially repeating …

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November 18th, 2010

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Review: Who’s That Flying?!

Minis seem to always get the short end of the stick. No one ever seems to care about them and they get overlooked a majority of the time. Well I am here to let you know that you should care …

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November 18th, 2010

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Review – Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter

Carnivores sounds like a winning idea: take the relatively tame hunting shooter genre and spice it up with the addition of exotic dinosaurs. Unfortunately, this formula for success has backfired. Rather than make a dull genre more interesting, Carnivores retains …

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November 17th, 2010

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Review – Cladun: This is an RPG!

I didn’t have any expectations going into Cladun, really. That’s probably in part why I was so utterly delighted with the game from the get-go. Upon beginning the game, I was asked if I would like the background music to …

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November 13th, 2010

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Review: No Heroes Allowed!

Despite sounding like a No More Heroes spin-off, No Heroes Allowed! is actually the third in the formerly litigious-titled “Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman!” series. If you’re familiar with the previous two games, then you have a good idea of …

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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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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 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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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 20th, 2010

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Review: Fly Fu

Fly Fu looks like someone unpinned a poor sap’s dead insect collection, rearranged them into funny positions, and doodled around them to make scenes. It’s a really cool looking effect, which the game maintains by keeping all backgrounds paper-esque and …

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November 19th, 2010

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Review: Crazy Taxi

Crazy Taxi is an iconic game, one that was a staple title in the Dreamcast’s library. It brought the frantic fun of racking up exorbitant fares from arcades into living rooms. The digital release of Crazy Taxi is essentially repeating …

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November 18th, 2010

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Review: Who’s That Flying?!

Minis seem to always get the short end of the stick. No one ever seems to care about them and they get overlooked a majority of the time. Well I am here to let you know that you should care …

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November 18th, 2010

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Review – Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter

Carnivores sounds like a winning idea: take the relatively tame hunting shooter genre and spice it up with the addition of exotic dinosaurs. Unfortunately, this formula for success has backfired. Rather than make a dull genre more interesting, Carnivores retains …

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November 17th, 2010

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Review – Cladun: This is an RPG!

I didn’t have any expectations going into Cladun, really. That’s probably in part why I was so utterly delighted with the game from the get-go. Upon beginning the game, I was asked if I would like the background music to …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

November 13th, 2010

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Review: No Heroes Allowed!

Despite sounding like a No More Heroes spin-off, No Heroes Allowed! is actually the third in the formerly litigious-titled “Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman!” series. If you’re familiar with the previous two games, then you have a good idea of …

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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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