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  • Review: Etrian Mystery Dungeon (Nintendo 3DS)

    Posted by on May 24, 2015 under Featured Review 1, Portables, Reviews
    Taking a vacation should involve enjoying the finer things in life - relaxing on the beach, staying up late, and spending extended time with family and friends. In Etrian Mystery Dungeon - a top down role-playing game that was co-developed by Spike Chunsoft and Atlus Games - the ideal vacation is touring the town of Aslarga, a place known for the 'best view' around. But unlike most of your tour gr... more.
  • Review: BloodBones (iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad)

    Posted by on May 22, 2015 under Featured Review 2, Portables, Reviews
    The Fighting Fantasy series is usually a collaborative effort between Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone, but Bloodbones - a lost adventure that would have been the 60th book in the series had it been published - was actually written by freelance writer Jonathan Green and illustrated by Tony Hough. The adventure centers around the 'Old World', where pirates sail the high seas and where every town h... more.
  • Review: Football Manager 2015 (PC)

    Posted by on May 22, 2015 under Featured Review 3, PC, Reviews
    Football Manager 2015 is the most robust football manager by far; not to mention the best selling football manager of all time. With this release, Football Manager 2015 introduces a broad range of changes and updates never before seen in the series. This release includes different levels of difficulty and a redesigned coaching system. But the most notable change is a brand-new graphic user inte... more.
  • Preview: Project Root (Playstation 4)

    Posted by on April 23, 2015 under Euro, News, PS4, Reviews
    Scheduled for an April 28th release on Playstation 4, PSVita  and Xbox One, Project Root by developer OPQAM is an overhead, 2.5D  bullet hell shooter that sees you in the role of ace pilot Lance Rockport, as he commandeers the advanced F-72 Zonda hover fighter to battle the opposing Prometheus Corporation. The game spans across eight massive levels brimming with enemy tanks, antiaircraft guns an... more.
  • Review: Cities: Skylines (PC)

    Posted by on April 17, 2015 under PC, Reviews
    Cities: Skylines is the latest city management simulator by Paradox Interactive, where you control your very own metropolitan city.  Unlike other games in the genre (i.e. think Sim City), Skylines is user-friendly and a lot of fun to play. You also won’t find the same type of gameplay that stumps players every step of the way. The game doesn’t hold your hand, but it does provide an in-depth t... more.
  • Review: MacVenture Series (PC)

    Posted by on April 16, 2015 under PC, Reviews
    Literally resurrected from the ashes of classic gaming, the MacVenture Series brings back the ICOM Simulation games we all enjoyed playing during the early 1980s. This brilliant collection of  point-and-click adventures includes Uninvited, Shadowgate and both Deja Vu games. Complete in all their classic glory, the MacVenture Series offers both the Apple II GS and the black-and-white Macintosh ... more.
  • Review: Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters (Playstation 3)

    Posted by on April 16, 2015 under PS3, Reviews
    Ghost hunting has been engrained in our society by a rising interest in the supernatural, mostly fueled by popular paranormal shows such as Ghost Adventures (Travel Channel) and Ghost Hunters (SYFY). It should come as no surprise then that a video game based on the premise would finally surface on a current generation console system. Developed by Toybox, Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters is a hybrid vi... more.
  • Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late (Review) Playstation 3

    Posted by on March 26, 2015 under PS3, Reviews
    Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late has a long history that extends as far back as 2012, when 2D fighting games were seeing a revival of sorts in modern gaming. Sega of Japan was responsible for releasing an arcade version of Under Night In-Birth Exe on September 20th, 2012, in Japanese arcades. The game featured a new cast of characters and a story that used a modern-day fantasy twist. A major soft... more.
  • JUJU (Review) Playstation 3

    Posted by on March 26, 2015 under PS3, Reviews
    JUJU by developer Flying Wild Hog is a classic platformer that sees you in the role of JUJU, a cute, purple shaman panda that is on a mission to rescue his father and the world from the evil Calypso. Developed as a platform game for all ages, JUJU has the player dashing, jumping and running through 40 stages of colorful scenery, while battling a variety of enemies that range from crabs to bees, to... more.
  • Citizens of Earth (Review) Nintendo Wii U

    Posted by on March 11, 2015 under Reviews, Wii U
    Ever wish you could save the world? In Eden Industries' Citizens of Earth for Wii U,  you do just that. As the Vice President, you wake up in your bed at home and must complete several quests. To figure out each quest, you must speak to the people around you and listen to their clues and explore the area. As you explore the house and the ever expanding area outside, you will meet people that w... more.
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