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July 5th, 2014

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Review: 1001 Spikes

This is a rough one, folks, not for the faint of heart. Off the bat, I need you all to know that 1001 Spikes kicked my ass for about a month straight. I kept coming back though, and, like DeNiro …

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May 20th, 2014

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Review: Sparkle 2 (PS4/Vita)

This is the PS4′s first real touchpad game. It feels like only yesterday when I wrote my Vita review on Sparkle. And during that process I kept thinking to myself “I hope 10tons brings Sparkle 2 and more to PlayStation …

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May 7th, 2014

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Review: No Heroes Allowed: No Puzzles Either!

Free to Play games are an interesting thing that seem to be making themselves more prevalent in the gaming market today. Some F2P games are amazing, giving the player a full set of content, and only making the player buy …

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May 3rd, 2014

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Review: Cel Damage HD

Cel Damage HD is a car-combat game, a genre that has fallen by the wayside in recent generations. In contrast to the gritty, ultra-violent atmosphere set by the Twisted Metal franchise, Cel Damage takes place in a cartoony, wacky world. …

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April 21st, 2014

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Review: Destiny of Spirits

There are a few genres of games which I will check out no matter what. One of those is anything that has to do with collecting cards or monsters. So when Destiny of Spirits was announced you could say my …

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April 7th, 2014

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Review: Fez

The further down the rabbit hole you go the weirder things tend to get. Such is the case with Fez where, if you just simply finish the game once, you’ll find that it’s a pretty clever puzzle platformer. You might …

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March 18th, 2014

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Review: Luftrausers

Luftrausers is a 2D arcade dogfighting game from indie developers Vlambeer. It incorporates a sepia color scheme (others are unlockable) to the entire game that gives it a unique look. Games generally last anywhere from 30 seconds to 10 minutes. …

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March 18th, 2014

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Review: SteamWorld Dig (PS4)

In SteamWorld Dig you play as Rusty, a robot who has just received a deed from his uncle, who has just arrived in the mining town of Tumbleton. With his uncle nowhere to be found Rusty must dig and explore …

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March 15th, 2014

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Review: TxK

I’m going to start this review with the blasphemous statement that I have never played Tempest. I have never played Tempest 2000, and before playing TxK I was altogether unfamiliar with the “tube-shooter” genre of games. Whenever someone at a …

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March 11th, 2014

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Review: Gunslugs

I have been an avid follower of Orangepixel’s games for well over two years on the Android platform and they have been pumping out a steady stream of pixel-centric games for even longer. What has attracted me to their games is …

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July 5th, 2014

Posted in - Reviews

Review: 1001 Spikes

This is a rough one, folks, not for the faint of heart. Off the bat, I need you all to know that 1001 Spikes kicked my ass for about a month straight. I kept coming back though, and, like DeNiro …

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Read More

- 2 Comments

May 20th, 2014

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Review: Sparkle 2 (PS4/Vita)

This is the PS4′s first real touchpad game. It feels like only yesterday when I wrote my Vita review on Sparkle. And during that process I kept thinking to myself “I hope 10tons brings Sparkle 2 and more to PlayStation …

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Read More

- 11 Comments

May 7th, 2014

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Review: No Heroes Allowed: No Puzzles Either!

Free to Play games are an interesting thing that seem to be making themselves more prevalent in the gaming market today. Some F2P games are amazing, giving the player a full set of content, and only making the player buy …

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Read More

- 3 Comments

May 3rd, 2014

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Review: Cel Damage HD

Cel Damage HD is a car-combat game, a genre that has fallen by the wayside in recent generations. In contrast to the gritty, ultra-violent atmosphere set by the Twisted Metal franchise, Cel Damage takes place in a cartoony, wacky world. …

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Read More

- 3 Comments

April 21st, 2014

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Review: Destiny of Spirits

There are a few genres of games which I will check out no matter what. One of those is anything that has to do with collecting cards or monsters. So when Destiny of Spirits was announced you could say my …

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- 3 Comments

April 7th, 2014

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Review: Fez

The further down the rabbit hole you go the weirder things tend to get. Such is the case with Fez where, if you just simply finish the game once, you’ll find that it’s a pretty clever puzzle platformer. You might …

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Read More

- 2 Comments

March 18th, 2014

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Review: Luftrausers

Luftrausers is a 2D arcade dogfighting game from indie developers Vlambeer. It incorporates a sepia color scheme (others are unlockable) to the entire game that gives it a unique look. Games generally last anywhere from 30 seconds to 10 minutes. …

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Read More

- 4 Comments

March 18th, 2014

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Review: SteamWorld Dig (PS4)

In SteamWorld Dig you play as Rusty, a robot who has just received a deed from his uncle, who has just arrived in the mining town of Tumbleton. With his uncle nowhere to be found Rusty must dig and explore …

+

Read More

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March 15th, 2014

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Review: TxK

I’m going to start this review with the blasphemous statement that I have never played Tempest. I have never played Tempest 2000, and before playing TxK I was altogether unfamiliar with the “tube-shooter” genre of games. Whenever someone at a …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

March 11th, 2014

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Review: Gunslugs

I have been an avid follower of Orangepixel’s games for well over two years on the Android platform and they have been pumping out a steady stream of pixel-centric games for even longer. What has attracted me to their games is …

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Read More