Ouya – the perpetually moving target

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The Ouya was practically the poster child for a gaming revolution.  Neither new console, nor powerful PC, this device would sport a sub-$100 price tag, run Android OS, and usher …

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Into Nexus; WildStar review

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In a current market that is oversaturated with MMO’s, WildStar has an uphill battle in front of it. It is a game that has a set tone that people will …

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Instant Fantasy – Review of Eight-Minute Empire: Legends

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Forest Pixies, Dire Giants, Cursed Banshees, Ancient Phoenixes, Mountain Dwarves, Noble Unicorns, Night Hydras and others join you as you battle to dominate and retain a few undersized patches of …

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Alhambra Review

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Fun Fact: In 1891 Evgraf Ferdorov formally proved that there are 17 distinct plane symmetry groups. These 'groups' define how a pattern can be permuted on a single, two dimensional …

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Espionage has never been more joyful — CounterSpy review

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These days, developing a game centered  harkening back to older television shows seems like a less than stellar idea. To some it may seem a fast track towards being pushed …

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Art of Watch Dogs book – an incomplete look behind the curtain

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If you read my review of Watch Dogs you know that I enjoyed the hacking culture of the game quite a bit. It, like other Titan Books productions, is a …

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Can beauty overcome ambiguity? — Hohokum review

by 2 months ago

Do you enjoy understanding your surroundings? If so, Hohokum could very well not be for you. In this slightly bewildering adventure, you play as a kite that flies between different …

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Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair – A Hope for the Future

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Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair is a game that understands what it means to be a good sequel. It effectively keeps what made the first Danganronpa great while making an active …

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A mad pity: Mad City Review

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When you play games with the same group of people over a period of time, you start to see patterns emerge. You can tell who is good at picking up …

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Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited – The Definitive Version of an Endearing Tale

by 2 months ago

I never got around to playing Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten when it came out on the PlayStation 3, so when playing the Vita re-release, Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited, …

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Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition truly is the best version of D3

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Yes. Absolutely yes. It’s the simplest answer to the deluge of questions I’ve had over the last few days when people have seen that I’m playing Diablo III: Reaper of …

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A Blissful Purgatory – Divinity: Original Sin Review

by and 2 months ago

Divinity: Original Sin is a title that seems to speak to a certain kind of player. The gameplay requires experience, and to get the most out of it means having …

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