PS3 Reviews

Blazingly Bizarre — Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure All Star Battle Review

by 6 months ago

While I love the Dreamcast and have a decent collection of its games, I have always regretted trading my copy of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure. Since I was unfamiliar with the …

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Come together – Sportsfriends PS3 review

by 6 months ago

Don’t think of Sportsfriends as a compilation of minigames; think of it as an indie anthology. Sportsfriends represents the distinct visions of four independent developers united for one purpose—to bring …

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The World Cup is Ours — 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil review

by 6 months ago

Forget any other tournament you’ve ever seen in your life, be it the NCAA Basketball or the Unreal.  There is no tournament that carries the perfect balance of sporting greatness …

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Adorable villainy- The Witch and the Hundred Knight review

by 7 months ago

Ever since I heard the title and saw my first screenshot, I knew I was going to play The Witch and the Hundred Knight. The colors and art design were …

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Closing day — MLB 14: The Show review

by 7 months ago

After all these years, it really goes without saying that MLB: The Show is one of the elite sports video game franchises. There will be no burying the lead in …

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Once more into the abyss – Dark Souls II Reviewed

by 7 months ago

Dark Souls, Demon's Souls... these are games I fell in love with the moment I played them. So much character they had! Beautifully depressing, their every environment conveying a kind …

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Perverse, disturbing, embarrassing fun – Deception IV: Blood Ties review

by 7 months ago

Some games are too embarrassing to play in front of people you respect. Whether it's Kratos pleasuring women off screen in God of War, or just the run-of-the-mill slaughtering in …

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The horror – Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z review

by 7 months ago

After a long string of confusingly named titles and employing words like “Plus” and “Sigma,” the Ninja Gaiden series has jumped ship and opted for a zombie spinoff. Yaiba: Ninja …

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Innovation and entertainment galore — Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes review

by 7 months ago

Created so expertly by the masterful Hideo Kojima, the Metal Gear Solid franchise has formed a unique persona. It is a persona that leads you to thinking of overwrought cutscenes …

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Better than memory serves – Final Fantasy X / X2 HD Remaster review

by 7 months ago

A lot has changed since 2001. Google became a verb, reality took over TV and people started carrying personal computer phones in their pockets. Massive leaps in gaming technology have …

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Telling old tales anew: Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Review

by 8 months ago

The Tales Of series are some of the best and most beloved J-RPG titles that currently exist, with droves of loyal fans and a winning gameplay formula that is still …

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A bloody good game – Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 review

by 8 months ago

The first Lords of Shadow was a line in the sand for many old school Castlevania fans. Mercury Steam’s departure from the familiar 2D gameplay and the non-canon nature of …

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