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Medieval brawling at its finest — Dragon’s Crown Review

by 8 months ago

In the days that the arcades were popular, some of my favorite games were the side-scrolling beat-em-ups. The Final Fight machine ate up a fair share of my tokens, as …

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A double-dip worth taking — Metal Gear Solid: The Legacy Collection review

by 9 months ago

Cardboard boxes. Psycho Mantis. The La Li Lu Le Lo. Over the course of nearly 25 years, the team at Kojima Productions have enthralled fans the world over with incredibly …

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I got two spear punctures and a broken bone — Spartacus Legends review

by 9 months ago

Blood, guts, glory, all those things that they talk about in Dodge Ram commercials, that’s the stuff that men are made of.  Spartacus Legends, a new free-to-play game from Ubisoft, …

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A viking, dog, princess and circle walk into the Best of Playstation Network Volume 1 review

by 9 months ago

Gaming Trend: We are very excited today as we have the unique opportunity to talk with representatives from each of the games featured in the Best of Playstation Network Volume …

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Time you’ll never get back — Time and Eternity Review

by 9 months ago

Japanese role-playing game experiences can often be bittersweet.  Even the greatest JRPG titles sometimes have terrible storylines amidst great gameplay, or vice versa.  Very few titles in the genre can …

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A quirky tour of the seasons – Storm review

by 9 months ago

It's not easy to develop a puzzle game that works well on consoles. In fact, there was a time where puzzle games were seen as having relatively little appeal outside …

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A goal line stand from greatness — NCAA Football 14 review

by 10 months ago

There is an old Shakespeare quip that reads, “All that glisters is not Gold.”  It is a poignant, timeless term that wonderfully applies to EA Sports’ NCAA Football 14, which …

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A bit of the ol’ ultraviolence — Hotline Miami (PS3) review

by 10 months ago

They were all dead. The silence in the room was deafening. Up until now, a pulsating, rhythmic beat in my head kept time as I rushed my way into room …

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The Last of Us

by 11 months ago

There are games that define a generation and they typically come at the end of the product lifecycle.  They stand out as pushing the hardware beyond anything we’d seen prior …

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EVE-Online + MMOFPS = Dust 514 (Review)

by 11 months ago

First, take the standard features of a multiplayer FPS game: multiple classes to choose from, a variety of weapons with different advantages and disadvantages, a few game modes and an …

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You will never forget Remember Me

by 11 months ago

Remember Me opens with an ad for Sensen - a neurological implant that allows the host to retain their memories and share them with their loved ones.  You can keep …

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Tick tick boom — Fuse review

by 11 months ago

Fuse is The Hives of video games. Hear me out. The Hives play loud and fast. They may not be the most technically proficient band out there, but they’ve got …

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