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Hero Defense Review: All in the Family
2 years 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
3 years 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
3 years 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
3 years 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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E3 2018: Select ID@Xbox Joins the Game Pass Day-and-Date Party
3 years ago

E3 2018: Select ID@Xbox Joins the Game Pass Day-and-Date Party

Xbox’s game subscription service, Game Pass, was merely six months old when it got a huge shot in the arm. It already was a repository of more than 100 games …
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Ys Origin Review: Refreshing Refresh
3 years ago

Ys Origin Review: Refreshing Refresh

The role-playing video game didn’t really come into vogue in North America until console and gaming development shifted from the United States to Japan in the mid-1980s. Most gamers from …
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Symmetry Review: Splitting Headache
3 years ago

Symmetry Review: Splitting Headache

Space: the final frontier. Most space-based science fiction deals with the desire to explore the unknown. However, a handful of works feature more reluctant space explorers. For example, the first …
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Wulverblade Review: Ryse and Shine
3 years ago

Wulverblade Review: Ryse and Shine

At its height, the Roman Empire was one of the most powerful civilizations the world had known up to that time. The Roman influence spread across Europe, frequently at the …
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Battlestar Galactica: Deadlock Review – Centons of Fun
3 years ago

Battlestar Galactica: Deadlock Review – Centons of Fun

I’m about to date myself here. I vividly remember seeing “Star Wars” in theatres as a child. The first one. It’s first release. “Han Shot First” and all that. I …
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99Vidas Review – Punch-Drunk Love
3 years ago

99Vidas Review – Punch-Drunk Love

Arcades and consoles in the latter 1980s and early 1990s were filled with games that may have featured different characters, but the gist of the game was exactly the same …
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