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    • Indie Quickie: The Sun and Moon

      It takes a lot longer to fully review a game than it does to get a good sense of what a game is. Even with a full-time staff of writers it would be impossible to fully review the thousands of games that are released every year. Indie Quickie is our way to offer snap impressions of the countless indie titles small teams and one-man game studios are releasing literally every sing ...

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    • Review: Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney

      You got your puzzles in my trials! You got your trials in my puzzles! It is two great handheld games that play great together. Despite the name, the two protagonists and their sidekicks rarely butt heads in Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. The story begins with a girl named Espella fleeing from dark beings.

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    • Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Single Player Campaign Impressions

      So, I just finished Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Instead of reviewing the game as a whole, as I don’t have any desire or the requisite time to put into testing the multiplayer side of the game enough to offer a fair and thorough critique, I’ve decided to focus my attention squarely on analyzing the campaign. (Yes, some of us do actually enjoy playing Call of Duty solely for the single player.

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  • Review: Tetris Ultimate

    … Happy birthday, Tetris! You’re the big 3-0. It’ll be interesting to see if you hit your mid-life crisis at 40 like many humans go through, but that’s another 10 years away. For now you’re still going strong, as evidenced by yet another new release. Tetris Ultimate, out now on Nintendo 3DS with PC, PS4 and Xbox One versions on the way later…

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  • Review: Sneaky Sneaky

    … environment guarded by human archers, knights, lancers, and harmless little bugle boys whose only job is to sound the alarm when an intruder is spotted. You will also cross paths with flying pig-bats, agile skeletons that evade every attack unless they’re pinned down with no space to jump-dodge directly backwards, and ornery Ham Trolls capable…

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  • Review: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel

    … When it comes to games, a name says a lot about what players expect to get out of the experience. Whether there is a 2 or a 14 after a title, players have an expectation that there will be a familiarity to the gameplay as well as the introduction of some new mechanics or at the very least fixes to features that didn’t work as well as they could…

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  • Review: Hyrule Warriors

    …. (Full disclosure: I have not played any of those games.) The last Dynasty Warriors title I played was the second one, which was a PlayStation 2 launch game in North America, and I only remember thinking the following: the cloth flows nicely, this is sort of repetitive, there are a lot of dudes on the screen. With those three things as the sole…

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  • Review: Z-Run

    … Runners and zombie games are probably the two most pervasive genres in gaming today, so it was only a matter of time before the two came together as one. With a title like Z-Run, there is no hiding that this game is a zombie-dodging runner, which isn’t a half-bad idea at all. Sloppy execution is this game’s downfall. Z-Run comes with two modes…

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  • VGBlogger’s Halloween Indie Game Spooktacular

    … So here we are, at the end of another long day of Halloween gaming goodness. As All Hallows’ Eve draws to a close, we leave you with a look at some of our favorite indie horror, zombie, spooky or otherwise holiday relevant games to come out so far this year. And there are a bunch of them. Best of all, many of these games are discounted as part…

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  • Review: The Evil Within

    … Okay, I think I can start breathing again. I’ve survived the gore-soaked head trip that is Shinji Mikami’s The Evil Within, the newest successor to survival horror’s bloody, barbed-wire crown. I’ve limped down countless scummy blood-soaked hallways, had my brains bashed in by a giant with a metal safe where his head should be, questioned…

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  • Indie Quickie: #killallzombies

    … It takes a lot longer to fully review a game than it does to get a good sense of what a game is. Even with a full-time staff of writers it would be impossible to fully review the thousands of games that are released every year. Indie Quickie is our way to offer snap impressions of the countless indie titles small teams and one-man game studios…

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  • Review: Skullduggery!

    … aesthetic and design touches make levels fun to explore + Bullet-time fling kills are a blast Cons: - The 24 single-player levels fling by too quickly Game Info: Platform: iOS Publisher: ClutchPlay Games Developer: ClutchPlay Games Release Date: 10/9/2014 Genre: Action Platformer Age Rating: 9+ Players: 1-2 …

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  • Review: South Park Pinball

    … can avoid being grounded. Butters also finds himself helping Mexicans cross the Texas boarder, dressing up as a girl named Marjorine so that he can infiltrate an all girl sleepover to steal the Future Telling Device, and unleashing Professor Chaos and battling it out with Cartman’s The Coon. While the events in the Super-Sweet table are pretty…

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  • Indie Quickie: May’s Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville

    … It takes a lot longer to fully review a game than it does to get a good sense of what a game is. Even with a full-time staff of writers it would be impossible to fully review the thousands of games that are released every year. Indie Quickie is our way to offer snap impressions of the countless indie titles small teams and one-man game studios…

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  • Review: Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments

    … a dynamic spin on accusing a suspect + Wonderful voice acting + Case notebook offers hints without holding a players hand Cons: - Traveling between locations can feel tedious Game Info: Platform: Reviewed on PS4, also available for PC, PS3, Xbox 360 and Xbox One Publisher: Focus Home Developer: Frogwares Release Date: 9/30/2014 Genre: Adventure ESRB Rating: Mature Players: 1 Source: Review code provided by publisher …

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  • Indie Quickie: Wrack

    … It takes a lot longer to fully review a game than it does to get a good sense of what a game is. Even with a full-time staff of writers it would be impossible to fully review the thousands of games that are released every year. Indie Quickie is our way to offer snap impressions of the countless indie titles small teams and one-man game studios…

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  • Indie Quickie: TinyKeep

    … It takes a lot longer to fully review a game than it does to get a good sense of what a game is. Even with a full-time staff of writers it would be impossible to fully review the thousands of games that are released every year. Indie Quickie is our way to offer snap impressions of the countless indie titles small teams and one-man game studios…

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