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March 9th, 2010

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Review: Frogger Returns!

Very few $5 games exist anymore on either PSN or XBLA. The quality of games since just a few years ago have risen so dramatically that I don’t mind the new “premium” prices that pop up every once in a …

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February 17th, 2010

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Review: Assault Heroes

The main focus I had with this review was going to be the outdated feel of the game, as if this was coming at the forefront of the dawn of downloadable distribution on consoles. Looking up the developer info, I …

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January 26th, 2010

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Review: Hustle Kings

Upon starting the game you will be greeting with text stating the follow, “A game with shiny balls, developed by VooFoo Studios.” I will have to agree with the devs here, the balls in the game can in fact be …

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January 18th, 2010

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Review: Battle Fantasia

Battle Fantasia, an arcade port, brought right to your room via the PlayStation Network store. It was released in both the US (on Xbox 360) and Japan as a full retail game before finally making it’s way here. At a …

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January 14th, 2010

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Review: Matt Hazard: Blood Bath and Beyond

Why aren’t there more games like Matt Hazard? Not so much for the gameplay, which I’ll get to in a second, but the idea of a parody game seems like such a no-brainer. Matt Hazard, sadly, is about as good …

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January 9th, 2010

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Review: Polar Panic

Remember Windows 95? I hope you do, or I’m just getting old. Well take Chip’s Challenge, the classic game that came packaged in Windows Entertainment Pack, mix in a little Bomberman, add an icy polar bear kind of feel to …

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December 29th, 2009

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Review: Puzzlegeddon

Puzzlegeddon is a game that’s not afraid to completely change contemporary puzzle gameplay mechanics, offering real-time strategy warfare bundled in a puzzle shifting setting. It’s a mix that doesn’t quite pay off for me, though I can appreciate the effort …

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December 24th, 2009

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Review: Revenge of the Wounded Dragons

Think back to the days of the classic beat ‘em up; River City Ransom, Streets of Rage, Double Dragon.  Revenge of the Wounded Dragons takes that classic gameplay and offers it up in a stylistic and easy to pick up …

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December 23rd, 2009

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Review: Hyperballoid HD

Everyone at one point in time has probably played a brick breaking game. The objective is simple, you have a paddle and a ball. You then use the paddle to bounce the ball into the bricks. Hyperballoid HD is just …

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December 20th, 2009

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Review: Gravity Crash

Upon first glance, Gravity Crash looks like a Geometry Wars type game, but is most certainly not. While Geometry Wars took a standard gameplay mechanic and fused it with the power of next-gen to create a crazy experience, Gravity Crash …

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March 9th, 2010

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Frogger Returns!

Very few $5 games exist anymore on either PSN or XBLA. The quality of games since just a few years ago have risen so dramatically that I don’t mind the new “premium” prices that pop up every once in a …

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February 17th, 2010

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Review: Assault Heroes

The main focus I had with this review was going to be the outdated feel of the game, as if this was coming at the forefront of the dawn of downloadable distribution on consoles. Looking up the developer info, I …

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January 26th, 2010

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Review: Hustle Kings

Upon starting the game you will be greeting with text stating the follow, “A game with shiny balls, developed by VooFoo Studios.” I will have to agree with the devs here, the balls in the game can in fact be …

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January 18th, 2010

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Review: Battle Fantasia

Battle Fantasia, an arcade port, brought right to your room via the PlayStation Network store. It was released in both the US (on Xbox 360) and Japan as a full retail game before finally making it’s way here. At a …

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January 14th, 2010

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Review: Matt Hazard: Blood Bath and Beyond

Why aren’t there more games like Matt Hazard? Not so much for the gameplay, which I’ll get to in a second, but the idea of a parody game seems like such a no-brainer. Matt Hazard, sadly, is about as good …

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Read More

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January 9th, 2010

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Review: Polar Panic

Remember Windows 95? I hope you do, or I’m just getting old. Well take Chip’s Challenge, the classic game that came packaged in Windows Entertainment Pack, mix in a little Bomberman, add an icy polar bear kind of feel to …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

December 29th, 2009

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Puzzlegeddon

Puzzlegeddon is a game that’s not afraid to completely change contemporary puzzle gameplay mechanics, offering real-time strategy warfare bundled in a puzzle shifting setting. It’s a mix that doesn’t quite pay off for me, though I can appreciate the effort …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

December 24th, 2009

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Review: Revenge of the Wounded Dragons

Think back to the days of the classic beat ‘em up; River City Ransom, Streets of Rage, Double Dragon.  Revenge of the Wounded Dragons takes that classic gameplay and offers it up in a stylistic and easy to pick up …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

December 23rd, 2009

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Review: Hyperballoid HD

Everyone at one point in time has probably played a brick breaking game. The objective is simple, you have a paddle and a ball. You then use the paddle to bounce the ball into the bricks. Hyperballoid HD is just …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

December 20th, 2009

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Review: Gravity Crash

Upon first glance, Gravity Crash looks like a Geometry Wars type game, but is most certainly not. While Geometry Wars took a standard gameplay mechanic and fused it with the power of next-gen to create a crazy experience, Gravity Crash …

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Read More