Reviews

Perfect pick-up-and-play RPG – Shiren The Wanderer: The Tower of Fortune and The Dice of Fate

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Role-playing games demand a lot of time and attention.  Whether it’s grinding up to the next level or exploring a new area of a huge map, RPGs aren’t games you …

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The future is in your paws: Hunter’s Legacy review

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When Hunter’s Legacy caught my eye, I was hoping I’d be going into a fun little platformer about a community of cats. As it turns out, the platforming aspect is …

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Mouse moves like Jagger: Enhance GX-MP5 and GX-MP6 review

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I always thought that a mousepad was a pretty simple thing, nothing to be concerned with in the whole scope of the computer unit.  Boy was I wrong.  Even though …

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Changing a flat – Trials of the Blood Dragon review

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Trials of the Blood Dragon continues the storyline found in Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, but instead of being a shooter it is at it’s core, this iteration brings forth …

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MiliCan’t take it anymore: MilitAnt

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There is a very fine line between masterfully challenging and infuriatingly difficult game design. The great 2D platformers of yesteryear toed this line with unfortuitous perfection. Xibalba Studios’ action-platformer, MilitAnt, …

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A nostalgic throwback to eighties adventure games: DreamBreak review

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A lot of indie games take inspiration from the classics, particularly from the 8-bit through 16-bit era.  DreamBreak, a cyberpunk, point-and-click adventure game recently released on Steam, doesn’t just feel …

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The daily grind: Neverwinter review

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Neverwinter is a churning goulash of menus, systems, numbers, and cooldowns. For the MMORPG uninitiated, there's a lot here to digest. But despite the oft bewildering nature of the games …

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Stumbling through the clouds: Human: Fall Flat review

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With clumsy physics akin to Octodad and subtle humor reminiscent of The Stanley Parable, Human: Fall Flat is a fun brain teaser of a game - when you’re not frustrated …

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Splashy Cats: Cat’s Worst Nightmare

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Going white water rafting is fun, but not if you are a cat! Splashy Cats is just that a white water adventure with a screaming cat on a log. You …

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A little boxed in: The Delusions of Von Sottendorff and his Square Mind review

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Other than turn-based RPGs, puzzle games have been a genre that has thrived on the 3DS in recent years. While the handheld has seen the resolution of the popular Professor …

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Mad Scientist: Dr. Eureka Review

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I’ve often lauded the benefits of using games as educational tools. The trouble is that purpose built educational games tend to lead to such titles as Fun with Language Arts …

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10 seconds of rage: 10 Second Ninja X review

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Lately, I’ve had a thing for platformers. I was excited to try out 10 Second Ninja X, the sequel to 10 Second Ninja, because it’s done something unique with a …

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