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Monster blunder — Soul Sacrifice review

by 12 months ago

I tried to like Soul Sacrifice. I really did. It has a lot of great ideas -- some weirder than others -- but it takes more than some crafty gimmicks …

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It doesn’t get any better than brawlers, babes, and ninjas — Dead or Alive 5+ Review

by 1 year ago

I was fortunate enough to play on an Xbox before it was released, and the game used to highlight its capabilities was Dead or Alive 3. That game was the …

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Don’t let your feathers get ruffled — Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken PS Vita Review

by 1 year ago

It’s hard these days to set yourself apart in the world of 2D platformers.  You need to have some quirk that sets it apart.  In Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken, the evil …

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Did anyone ask for this game? Because I sure didn’t — Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus review

by 1 year ago

Before I start my review, I'd like to begin with a little context. Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus, the Vita port of Ninja Gaiden Sigma (an enhanced port of Ninja Gaiden …

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BUGS!!!!!!!!!!!!! — Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable Review

by 1 year ago

Sometimes you can't help but to like B-movies.  You know that they don't have the budget to hire well-known actors or put in good special effects.  Still, you get the …

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Sony Smash Up — PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Vita Review

by 1 year ago

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.  When Sony announced PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (PSAS), comparisons to the Super Smash Bros. franchise were inevitable.  Seeing characters from …

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Fight two worlds in the palm of your hand — Street Fighter X Tekken PS Vita Review

by 1 year ago

While I wasn't sure of the original cross over game, Street Fighter X Tekken game was a largely enjoyable experience. However, it shouldn't be surprising with all of the crossover …

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Following the Golden Rule in Persona 4

by 1 year ago

  Atlus has a history of supporting the PSP with the original Persona series. The first two PS1 Persona games were enhanced with a better combat and negotiation system. Then …

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Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation

by 1 year ago

  The Assassin's Creed series has become one of the biggest sellers for Ubisoft.  The first game spawned tie-in games for the Nintendo DS and PSP, and the second game …

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Mutant Anti-(super)hero Meets Open-World: The Prototype 2 Review (PC)

by 2 years ago

If there's one genre I never get tired of, it's open-world games. I don't even care about the context - wild west? Sci-fi? Fantasy? Modern day? I really don't care …

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Get Bloody On The Go with Mortal Kombat on the Vita

by 2 years ago

When Mortal Kombat came out last year, it rejuvenated the series.  It moved the action back to a 2D plane, but the characters and backgrounds were all rendered in 3D. …

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Army Corps of Hell – Kicking Around Demons on Vita

by 2 years ago

Upon playing Army Corps of Hell  for the first time, I was allured by the hellish art direction and heavy metal soundtrack blaring as you conquer the world one stage …

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