PS3 Reviews

Lining Up the Pieces – Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX Review

by 3 weeks ago

Kingdom Hearts is a series that holds a special place in a lot of gamers’ hearts, but particularly mine. I was just a child when I played the first game. …

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ZEN Pinball 2: South Park: Super-Sweet Pinball Review

by 1 month ago

The latest offering from Zen Studios could be one of its best yet. South Park: Super-Sweet Pinball is the newest table available for purchase from their already massive and ever-expanding …

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The Revolution has been overhyped — Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution Review

by 2 months ago

For a long time it seemed like Dragon Ball Z would be the anime series with the highest number of console fighting games, but it seems like Naruto is hot …

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The best fighting game for Sho — Persona 4 Arena Ultimax

by 3 months ago

The Persona series has been known for their entries in the RPG series, but Persona 4 Arena was an unexpected offshoot. Taking characters from an RPG game and placing them …

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Metamorphosize your expectations — Fairy Fencer F review

by 3 months ago

Right at the end of the PlayStation 2 era, NIS America released a series of RPG titles with silly anime storylines that were mostly fun and sometimes great games.  They …

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Nothing sacred about this sequel — Sacred 3 Review

by 3 months ago

Ever since the release of Diablo, the action RPG genre has exploded. One of the early releases was Sacred on the PC. While it never gained the traction of the …

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Double Dipping the Chip – Tales of Xillia 2 review

by 4 months ago

Sequels are notoriously difficult to get right. Even before the game starts, a sequel is damned if it does and damned if it doesn't by its existing fan base. Stray …

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A puzzle platformer with deep thoughts – THE SWAPPER review

by 5 months ago

Who are you? What are you? Are you sure you’re even you? What would you do if you were trapped on an abandoned space station wielding a device that can …

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Still meching to its own beat – Dynasty Warriors Gundam Reborn review

by 5 months ago

Koei’s Warriors franchise is a lot like the Hostess Cakes of videogames. Sure they aren’t particularly good and just different versions of the same thing, but when you have a …

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Autosport asphyxiation — GRID: Autosport review

by 6 months ago

Most racing games are way too easy. Kick the vehicle into high gear, smash through braking opponents, take shortcuts when available, never play by the rules of the road and …

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Out of formation- Ace Combat Infinity review

by 6 months ago

When I tallied my first impressions of Ace Combat Infinity a few months ago, I admitted that while I’d come to a few conclusions about what the game would finally …

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Fighter’s Union — Ultra Street Fighter IV review

by 6 months ago

When you were young, you only had two real outlets for releasing the innate violent urges which dwell deep in each and every young soul.  You could accost the other …

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