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  • Trine 2: Complete Story (Review) Playstation 4

    Posted by on January 10, 2014 under PS4, Reviews
    Developer Frozenbyte's physic-based puzzle platformer continues to evolve from one platform to another. About a year ago, Trine 2: Director's Cut launched on Nintendo Wii U with features that took advantage of its Gamepad. It was a step in the right direction as most Wii U games completely ignored the Gamepad's touchscreen functionality. Like the Wii U release of Trine 2, Developer Frozenbyte has ... more.
  • OMSI 2 Omnibus Simulator (Review) PC

    Posted by on January 1, 2014 under PC, Reviews
    The OMSI Omnibus Simulator returns for another trip through the congested streets of Berlin. It’s one of the most realistic bus simulators you will ever have the chance of playing, unless you have driven an actual bus that is. OMSI 2 is much like its predecessor with one exception - instead of taking place during the early 1980’s, OMSI 2 takes place in Germany during the late 80’s, early 90... more.
  • Rainbow Moon (Review) PS Vita

    Posted by on December 31, 2013 under Portables, Reviews
    Originally released on Playstation 3 in late 2012, Rainbow Moon by eastasiasoft is a turn-based role-playing game that places you in the role of a warrior named Baldren. After losing an annual duel with his arch-nemesis, our hapless hero is pushed through a magical gate that leads to an unknown world. Baldren's arrival in this 'new' world causes an imbalance that allows legions of demons to infest... more.
  • Project Zomboid (Review) PC

    Posted by on December 31, 2013 under PC, Reviews
    Project Zomboid is a survival horror game with a randomly generated open sandbox world with roguelike gameplay. The character creation process offers endless possibilities when designing a character. You can choose from a selection of predetermined classes such as the police officer and firefighter, to name just a few. Each character class deals in a specific expertise, which can include marksmans... more.
  • Aquapazza: Aquaplus Dream Match (Review) Playstation 3

    Posted by on December 31, 2013 under PS3, Reviews
    Aquapazza: Aquaplus Dream Match is a 2D fighting game based on a collaborative effort with Leaf to use character IPs from the following JRPGs -  Utawarerumono, Tears to Tiara and To Heart. Developed by Examu, Aquapazza merges these characters into a universe teeming with combos, partner assists and mind-blowing finishing moves called 'Splash Arts'. Like most fighting games, Aquapazza includes ... more.
  • PES 2014 (Review) Playstation 3

    Posted by on December 31, 2013 under PS3, Reviews
    The FIFA franchise by EA has been around since the 16-bit console era. The series evolved over the years as console technology made the transition from antiquated 16-bit hardware to 3D capable 32-bit machines. Panasonic's 3DO console - while a financial failure for many reasons - was the first console system where games like FIFA could shine with advanced graphics, realistic ball physics and impro... more.
  • Enter A Perplexing Perspective Puzzler – The Bridge (Review) Xbox 360

    Posted by on December 14, 2013 under Reviews, Xbox 360
    For those who know me well enough -- and even those who don't -- know just how much I enjoy a good puzzler, especially if it's one that's unlike any other I've ever played before. And this is exactly where Ty Taylor and Mario Castaneda's creative creation, "The Bridge" comes in.  Just when I started thinking to myself just how different could this game possibly be, I quickly changed my tune the v... more.
  • A-MEN 2 (Review) PS Vita

    Posted by on December 14, 2013 under Portables, Reviews
    A-MEN 2 by developer blooper team is an oddity in that it embodies the fundamental gameplay mechanics found in retro classics such as Lemmings and The Lost Vikings. Gamers old enough to remember these 16-bit classics will recall how both games paved the way for team-style gameplay that required quick thinking and the use of multiple characters to survive. A-MEN 2 is based on a similar concept, ... more.
  • The Dark Eye: Demonicon (Review) PC

    Posted by on December 13, 2013 under PC, Reviews
    The Dark Eye: Demonicon  takes you back to the dark, gritty universe of The Dark Eye. It plunges you into a foreboding tale where every decision you make has a major impact on the world and the people around you. You are given full control over every conversation, allowing you to shape your own destiny anyway you see fit. Demonicon is built around a morality system where the more evil deeds... more.
  • Worms Revolution Extreme (Review) PS Vita

    Posted by on December 13, 2013 under Portables, Reviews
    Team 17's adorable worm soldiers have returned to the PS Vita to continue their unique brand of warfare. With an extensive single-player campaign that contains 47 missions and 25 puzzles to complete, Worms Revolution Extreme provides a robust gameplay experience that far exceeds its Playstation 3 predecessor. The game starts with an eight level tutorial that introduces the player to the control... more.
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