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101 in 1 Explosive Megamix Review

by 5 years ago

Game compilations are nothing new.  The most common compilations are older games emulated to play on the current generation of consoles.  Sometimes a game series gets a compilation box with …

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Puzzle Kingdoms Review

by 5 years ago

A couple of years ago, Infinite Interactive struck gold with Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords. First, Puzzle Kingdoms should be very familiar to anyone who's played Puzzle Quest. It's …

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Avalon Code Review

by 5 years ago

Innovation in gaming can be a tricky thing.  For every game that we consider truly innovative, there are another dozen or more whose attempts at trying something different fall completely …

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time Review

by 5 years ago

Nintendo and Square have been trying to push connectivity for a while.  They had an idea during the Gamecube generation that they hoped would push the console and handheld systems …

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Valkyrie Profile: Covenant of the Plume Review

by 5 years ago

In some circles, the original Valkyrie Profile on PS1 is considered somewhat of a VP: CotP tells the story of Wyl, who apparently lives in a world that was constructed …

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Lux-Pain Review

by 5 years ago

At its very core, Lux-Pain is a game that wishes that it were a novel. It tells the story of a secret organization that protects the population from a paranormal …

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Monsters vs. Aliens Review

by 5 years ago

These days it The visuals in MvA (DS) are fairly decent given the limitations of the DS hardware. Characters and levels are your basic 3-D models and obstacles set against …

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Rhythm Heaven Review

by 5 years ago

Rhythm Heaven carries an impressive pedigree.  It's part of a multi-million selling Japanese franchise developed by Nintendo R&D 1 - the same folks responsible for classics such as Kid Icarus …

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Blue Dragon Plus Review

by 5 years ago

When Blue Dragon appeared on the Xbox 360 in 2007, there was anticipation among gamers that this would be the title to really break JRPGs into the North American market. …

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Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure Review

by 5 years ago

There's a trend happening with puzzle games. Henry Hatsworth would not look out of place on the Game Boy Advance. The music is, for lack of a better word, schizophrenic. …

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My Pet Shop Review

by 5 years ago

When I was handed the assignment for My Pet Shop, I was understandably excited.  Would there be fluffy kitties and the grooming thereof?  Would I be able to feed carrots to …

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Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars Review

by 5 years ago

I can It is impossible to understate how much detail is packed onto this little DS card. By the nature of the hardware, the game shouldn The sound of gunfire, …

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