More of a nightmare than a dream — Abyss Odyssey: Extended Dream Edition review

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It seems like we see more and more games from the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 generation make the jump to current platforms lately. Some are totally rebuilt, making an …

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A rarity — Rare Replay Review

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A few months ago I walked around my house, singing “I am the great mighty poo,” and weirded out my roommates like I usually do. None of them had played …

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Sail away sweet sister — Submerged review

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Failure tends to be a core principle of gaming. Whether you’re running a level, fighting a mob, or tackling a mission, you must succeed, or try, try again. Submerged does …

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V-MODA M-100 Crossfade Headphones review

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If you spend as much time writing and travelling as I do, you understand the importance, not only of great sound, but also the portability of a good set of …

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Alien invasion gone wrong — Battle for the Sun review

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Making a video game can be a very tiring task, sucking many hours away as each day passes. Anyone that produces a playable product deserves some credit, but if that …

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This is (not) the end — Lost Dimension review

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Lost Dimension is, in many ways, a testament to the changes made in JRPG design over the past few years. Madness, paranoia, and a little bit of reading. Unassuming heroes …

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A Dungeon Paved With Evil Intentions — Drakon Review

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Tom Jolly's games often make us feel clever, mean, lucky, as if we're playing alternately at the expense and at the mercy of our friends. His designs give us leeway …

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Smell ya later! – Parfum review

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Back in 2010, in one of the best years ever for game publishing, Marco Ruskowski and Marcel Süßelbeck partnered up with Wolfgang Panning to create Fresco, which was almost universally …

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Based on a novel by a man named Lear – Paperback Review

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Before we get started, let me say that you really should just stop reading this right now, get in your car, drive on down to your friendly neighborhood game store …

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How Does It Stack Up – Dimension review

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Dimension is a very neat little puzzle that is ideal an ideal casual game: it is simple to understand and a lot of fun. In Dimension, each player will be …

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OWC Xbox One Upgrade Kit review

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When Sony and Microsoft announced their new consoles the first thought I had was that the anemic hard drives must have saved them literally tens of dollars. 500GB of space …

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Putting a Face to the Crime – Noir Black Box Edition Review

by 2 months ago

One minute you are an inspector attempting to deduce the identity of a killer, the next you are working to crack the safes of a casino, and after that you …

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