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By Scott Ollek On 11 Jul, 2014 At 01:09 PM | Categorized As Featured, PC, Reviews | With No Comments
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  The Steam Summer Sale has come and gone, and so has the money in our wallets.  Out of all the games I picked up during the sale Risk of Rain was the one that surprised me the most.  It not only has been the only game I have been playing lately, but also the […]


By Eugene Sax On 23 Jun, 2014 At 12:05 PM | Categorized As Featured, PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Network, Reviews | With No Comments
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  RPG games have many different styles and graphics.  Some are turn based, others active time, others real time.  Battle Princess of Arcadias doesn’t exactly follow suit.  While the combat is real time, it’s a bit different in the way that battles go.  The fighting is a beat-em-up action style, moving through each level and […]


By Troy Hina On 19 Jun, 2014 At 09:26 AM | Categorized As Featured, PlayStation, PS Vita, Reviews | With 1 Comment
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The Hyperdimension Neptunia series has had a cult following since its American debut in 2011. In this spin off title, Hyperdimension Neptunia Producing Perfection, NIS America and Idea Factory hope to maintain the rabid fan base while straying away from the RPG style game play that the series is known for. Gameplay: The story begins […]


By Troy Hina On 5 Jun, 2014 At 09:22 AM | Categorized As 3DS, Featured, Nintendo, Reviews | With No Comments
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I’ve been a fan of Nintendo’s Golf games since the aptly named Golf debuted on the original Gameboy in 1990.  This simple game of green and gray links more than passed the time on my daily commute transforming me into a digital golf enthusiast ever since.  With that said, I’ve subscribed to each of Mario’s […]


By Eugene Sax On 2 Jun, 2014 At 10:26 AM | Categorized As Featured, PlayStation, PlayStation Network, PS Vita, Reviews | With 1 Comment
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  Compile Heart and Idea Factory are well known for their JRPGs. Their latest game still has some of that RPG flair with a new style. This time, they have created a card game. The RPG feel is still prevalent, while the card game adds a new dynamic that I don’t think has been drawn […]


By Troy Hina On 19 May, 2014 At 08:16 AM | Categorized As 3DS, Featured, Nintendo, Reviews | With No Comments
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Don’t let Kirby’s adorable appearance fool you.  Kirby Triple Deluxe is far from child’s play.  It’s a well-made platformer that’s simply bursting with production value, quality, and charm.  Although, the Kirby series is generally known as an entry level for gaming beginners and younger audiences alike, HAL Laboratory’s latest iteration will introduce players to a […]


By Edward Pol On 14 May, 2014 At 11:21 AM | Categorized As Featured, PlayStation, PlayStation 3, Reviews | With 2 Comments
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Mugen Souls Z is a Japanese Role Playing Game developed by Compile Heart and co produced by GCREST, NIS published it in America and is due to be released on May 20th 2014. Mugen Souls Z is based off of the first Mugen Souls with many fixes and improvements. One of the many improvement is […]


By Scott Ollek On 12 May, 2014 At 09:19 AM | Categorized As Featured, PC, Reviews | With 1 Comment
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    Elder Scrolls Online is just the next in the many MMOs to try to overtake the powerhouse that is WoW(World of Warcraft).  Taking an open world single player game, and transforming it into a game relied on playing with others would seem difficult.  Below is my review of the game one month in. […]


By timdog350 On 5 May, 2014 At 01:55 PM | Categorized As PlayStation, PS4, Reviews, Uncategorized | With No Comments
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So let’s be honest here, We all want super powers right, but shy of being bitten by a radioactive bug or born to a god or something, we’re just going to have to keep dreaming. So hurrah for Sucker Punch and their latest offering in the Infamous franchise.  If you’ve played the previous games, you’ll […]


By Eugene Sax On 5 May, 2014 At 12:30 PM | Categorized As Featured, PC, PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Network, PS4, Reviews, Xbox, Xbox One | With No Comments
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  When Ubisoft announced this game, the art looked striking to me.  I was even more excited that the game was an RPG.  A girl crowned with red and a firefly guide, trekking through a land where light and dark did collide.  The platforming elements were solid as well as the leveling system too.  The […]