PS3 Reviews

Ankle deep – Rain review

by 12 months ago

A boy emerges from sleep in a bright, painted world. He climbs from his bed to gaze out the window when the rain begins. His eyes meet those of the …

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Is any of this for real or not? — Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX review

by 12 months ago

The original Kingdom Hearts is a true classic in video gaming. It is the emotional story of three heroes crossing universal routes to reveal the nefarious plots of once-sealed worlds, …

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The best sports title, period — FIFA 14 review

by 12 months ago

EA’s FIFA franchise has a unique task when it comes to the creation of their games, one that doesn’t heavily apply to other sports titles. With the whole world waiting …

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The Dave Franco of soccer games — Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 review

by 12 months ago

As many younger brothers know, it can be frustrating and disappointing to be the lesser sibling. That feeling of “good but not good enough” is one that the makers of …

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Now get the Ultimate package — Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate

by 1 year ago

It seems that after a fighter is released, within a year a new version of the game is released with extra players and content.  Sometimes a portable version comes out …

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One piece is not enough — One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 review

by 1 year ago

No matter the theme or cast of characters, it’s always great fun to beat up hordes of angry enemies.  That’s a truth that Tecmo Koei is banking on with their …

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No strings to hold it down – we review Puppeteer

by 1 year ago

In the middle of console launches, next-gen swashbuckling, futuristic otherworldly conflicts, and other fantastic distractions is a little title called Puppeteer. Developed by SCE Studios Japan, the PlayStation 3 exclusive …

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On the road to level 9999 — Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness review

by 1 year ago

Imagine if, when George Washington died, there was no process to name a successor to the leadership of the country.  Rather than any democratic process or royal lineage, the title …

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I feel dirty — Killer Is Dead review

by 1 year ago

Killer Is Dead is probably the first game I’ve played that’s made me feel like a pervert. There are thousands of games out there that objectify women, that feature absurdly …

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Running free and strong as ever — Madden NFL 25 review

by 1 year ago

After 25 years of Madden NFL video games, we football lovers have had our fair share of triumphs and defeats.  We’ve pounded the rock, slammed the hit stick, controlled the …

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So simple it’s stupid, so fun it’s genius – Divekick review

by 1 year ago

I was raised on 2D fighting games. My fondest memories include my brothers and me shoulder to shoulder, huddled in front of the TV, battling it out in great games …

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Déjà vu at it’s deadliest — Cloudberry Kingdom review

by 1 year ago

Those of us who were brought up with a NES controller in our hands tend to have a special love for the old platforming adventure games.  No matter who we …

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