Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes Review – How Sequels Don’t Beat Predecessors
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Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes Review – How Sequels Don’t Beat Predecessors

I’ve taken a look at the first iteration of the Edna & Harvey series and concluded that there’s two main aspects that provide strength to the game. The first was the difficulty, which I believe has been sorely lacking in recent poin... Read More»
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Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus Review – Everybody Loves A Good Beat-Em-Up
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Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus Review – Everybody Loves A Good Beat-Em-Up

If there is one thing that the Senran Kagura series is proud to boast, it would have to be its dedication to fanservice. Both fans of the franchise as well as its detractors seem to agree on that front, as even the director of the series doesn’t ... Read More»
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htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary Review – Where beautiful story meets innovation
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htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary Review – Where beautiful story meets innovation

Apart from my usual unrequited love for puzzle games, when I heard that there was an 2D indie puzzle platformer coming to the American market which combines beautiful artwork with innovative PS Vita touch pad controls, I was eager to get my hands on ht... Read More»
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Unmechanical Extended Review
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Unmechanical Extended Review

An ironic title for a content starved game, even with the bonus episode... Read More»
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The Order: 1886 Review
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The Order: 1886 Review

The Order: 1886 feels like a collection of half-realized ideas that are being presented in one of the most visually pleasing ways possible. It's a technical showpiece, a graphical powerhouse that, in some ways, is almost without equal. It's also a shor... Read More»
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Kirby and the Rainbow Curse Review
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Kirby and the Rainbow Curse Review

In 2005, owners of the Nintendo DS were waiting for a game that demonstrated the benefit of a dual-screen portable with a touchscreen. The handheld had been out for seven months, and many of its titles were ports (Super Mario 64 DS) or collections of m... Read More»
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Citizens of Earth Review
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Citizens of Earth Review

Earth bound... Read More»
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Puzzle Forge 2 – Blacksmithing on the go
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Puzzle Forge 2 – Blacksmithing on the go

Mobile games tend to love having Free to Play puzzle games that kill a few minutes of your time, bit by bit. Many use the idea of Bejeweled and work on improving that formula, but Puzzle Forge 2 decides to take a twist on the classic. Created by Tuesda... Read More»
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8-Bit Boy Review – Nostalgia: The Game
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8-Bit Boy Review – Nostalgia: The Game

I’ve talked about how difficult games have a growing market before. This includes people who play the older games that relied on the difficulty of games in order to keep the person playing. The time spent playing is lengthened from what would hav... Read More»
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Resident Evil HD Remaster Review
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Resident Evil HD Remaster Review

Enter the original survival horror...and decide if it's worth the trip... Read More»
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Mighty Smighties Review – Rock Paper Scissors Lizard Spock
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Mighty Smighties Review – Rock Paper Scissors Lizard Spock

Mighty Smighties by Herotrainment is at first glance an extremely colorful game that is obviously designed for children to enjoy something simple on a mobile device. It takes the concept of a trading card game and puts it into such simplicity that it i... Read More»
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Saints Row: Gat out of Hell Review
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Saints Row: Gat out of Hell Review

Saints Row IV took the Third Street Saints to their inevitably insane conclusion. The franchise started as a more lighthearted GTA clone, found its wacky identity with the sequel, went further with dildo bats and celebrity cameos in 2011’s Saints Row... Read More»
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A Self-Aware Steam Adds “Funny” Button To User Reviews
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A Self-Aware Steam Adds “Funny” Button To User Reviews

GG3 writes: “Steam reviews are handy to know if a game has issues on the fly. Then again, a lot of them are also just a waste of time. That’s why Valve has taken the easy road out and applied some surprising self-awareness to the system.&#... Read More»
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MotoGP 14 Review – Falling At Speed Sim 2014
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MotoGP 14 Review – Falling At Speed Sim 2014

There is more than a little empathy to be had to the poor souls who work on annual sequels, for it is one of the most treacherous tightropes to walk, alongside the licensed game and the sports simulation. All three require the ultimate balance of “fa... Read More»
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Bit Dungeon II Review – Addictive Ambivalence
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Bit Dungeon II Review – Addictive Ambivalence

Bit Dungeon II is a 2D dungeon crawling Rogue-Lite developed and published by KintoGames and released on December 14th. It’s available on Steam, as well as Android and iOS. I hadn’t heard about the game, but bought it on an impulse after gl... Read More»
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