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Dragon’s Lair Trilogy Review: Laser Fantasy
1 month ago

Dragon’s Lair Trilogy Review: Laser Fantasy

In the early ’80s, arcade gamers were happy to have moved past the era where games were black and white, or used tinted coverings on the cabinet to simulate color. …
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Dangerous Driving Review: Popped the Clutch
2 months ago

Dangerous Driving Review: Popped the Clutch

Three Fields Entertainment got its start when its two founders left Criterion Games after parent company Electronic Arts shifted Criterion’s franchise focus from Burnout to Need for Speed – away …
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Horizon Chase Turbo Review: Out Running Around
3 months ago

Horizon Chase Turbo Review: Out Running Around

The first examples of arcade racing games date back to the early 1970s. Like the gaming industry in general, racers have evolved as technology has, going from monochrome top-down racers …
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Void Vikings Review: Ballistics and Academics
5 months ago

Void Vikings Review: Ballistics and Academics

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Two words strike fear into even the most jaded twenty-something: student loans. All that education and all that partying came with a price that makes its presence truly known just …
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Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom Review: Zootopia Re-Ducks
6 months ago

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom Review: Zootopia Re-Ducks

Common sense moment – it’s generally regarded as bad form to consume alcohol prior to doing anything that requires good cognitive skills. Driving obviously comes to mind. Making important decisions, …
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Time Carnage Review: Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Fun
8 months ago

Time Carnage Review: Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Fun

When a science-fiction plot delves in time travel, the characters generally emphasize their efforts to not do anything that might alter the course of history. One such work is “A …
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Hero Defense Review: All in the Family
10 months ago

Hero Defense Review: All in the Family

Some children seek to emulate their parents, while others choose to strike their own path in the world. Poor Jack, however, has a problem. If he mimics his parents, that …
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Lumines Remastered Review: Chain of Memories
12 months ago

Lumines Remastered Review: Chain of Memories

When Sony entered the handheld console arena in 2005 with PlayStation Portable, it borrowed a page from the playbook of the acknowledged handheld champ, Nintendo, and debuted with a puzzle …
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Oh…Sir! The Hollywood Roast Review: Paging Don Rickles
1 year ago

Oh…Sir! The Hollywood Roast Review: Paging Don Rickles

“Well, it took a while to beat the kraken, but we did it. Let’s see what’s on TV before we start another session.”

<turns on local TV after spirited late-night …
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Atomic Heist Review: Not-so-petty Larceny
1 year ago

Atomic Heist Review: Not-so-petty Larceny

Some say that love is the universal language, the one everyone understands. Others say that language is music. The learned set has a valid argument that claims that if/when we …
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