Nope – Sonic Lost World (3DS) Review

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Sonic Lost World on 3DS is a terrible, terrible game. You can take that sentence away with you and get all you really need, and you can check out our …

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Mario on speed – Sonic Lost World (Wii U) review

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The spikey, blue haired, red boot-wearing hedgehog is back and he’s tearing up the speed limit in this Nintendo-exclusive title, Sonic Lost World. Fans of the series can breathe a …

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Hand-crafted charm — The Inner World review

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Okay, so here’s the thing: I don’t really like Point-and-Click adventure games. Maybe it’s because I never played Zork, or any of the classic Monkey Islands. Even the fascinating and …

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“I accidentally a game” — Airship Dragoon review

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Airship Dragoon is a turn-based strategy game that takes place in the steampunk land of Pangaea. Players must strategically conquer the land with their dirigible and fight on foot, soldier-to-soldier, …

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Swappable unstoppable? Skylanders SWAP Force review

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Skylanders SWAP Force for Xbox 360 is my first foray into the well established world of Skylanders - the third in a series published by Activision and developed by Vicarious Visions. …

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Skylanders SWAP Force on 3DS – not just another copycat.

by 1 year ago

I have already written an extensive review of the Skylanders: SWAP Force for the Xbox 360 and covered a lot of ground. You might think this review is redundant: think again. …

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More of the same, but different — Prime World review

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To define Prime World as a MOBA would be an extreme over-simplification. Developed by Nival, Prime World offers lasting hero development like an RPG with single-player battles that follow some …

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Let’s go clubbin’ another night – Cavemania review

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Cavemania is likely to be one of the most infuriatingly addictive games you'll play this year. The adorable art style, playful humor, and simplistic match-three mechanics make the game as …

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Ghost trick – Beyond: Two Souls review

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The press sheet for Beyond: Two Souls uses the phrase “emotional” nearly a half-dozen times. Special care was made to painstakingly capture the likenesses and actions of real life actors …

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Funny farm, now with coyote archers – Rune Factory 4 review

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A simple summation of Rune Factory 4 would be that it's a more proactive Animal Crossing. That would be a disservice though, since when given time, the game is so …

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A truly bountiful voyage – Rise of Venice review

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For a number of years now, some very clever developers over at German studio Gaming Minds have been churning out solid titles centered on prudent trading and fierce tactical battles …

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Orks, guns and level restarts – Shadowrun Returns (iOS) review

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Shadowrun Returns is another incredible Kickstarter success story, a game whose developers asked for 400k in funds and ended up with close to 2 million by the time all was …

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