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  • Wot I Think: Quarries of Scred

    Published at Rock, Paper, Shotgun - 11 readers

    Back in 2009, Kieron Gillen foretold that someone, somewhere would punch Terry Cavanagh in the face for the notorious yet optional VVVVVV challenge of Veni Vidi Vici ...

  • Do Not Play ‘Sharknado: The Video Game’

    Game Rant - - 11 readers - Sharknado: The Video Game is not a good game. In fact, it’s barely a game. It’s the type of experience one brings up when talking about horrible movie tie-ins or mobile titles created solely to cash in on bigger properties. But in the case of Sharknado, even the movie isn’t very good, which makes the whole idea of making a game around it all the more confusing.
  • Wot I Think: Halfway

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 10 readers - Halfway is almost there, but not quite. It’s also a turn-based tactics game in the vein of XCOM, but with a fixed cast of characters rather than permadying squaddies and none of that base-upgrading meta stuff ...
  • Hyrule Warriors Scores Highly In Famitsu

    My Nintendo News - - 19 readers - Japanese gaming publication Famsitu has reviewed the long-awaited Hyrule Warriors for Wii U. As per usual with Famitsu reviews there are four reviewers. In this case each of the four reviewers gave the game an impressive nine out of ten ...

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  • Demon King Box - review

    …A portion of a Nintendo Life review... Players with a fondness for the genre — and patience for poor translation — will get some enjoyment out of wading into the world and fielding the diverse set of characters, but for most this box is best kept on the shelf. Full review here…

    1 readers - GoNintendo - Demon King Box -
  • DVD Review: Welcome Back, Kotter (The Complete Series)

    …A short time after The Brady Bunch was canceled, America braced itself for a major youth shock in the Fall of 1975. ABC was daring to unleash four school kids that weren’t clean cut munchkins eager to sing and dance. The Sweathogs were from the rough inner city known as Brooklyn. They were ethnic. This was not a carbon copy of Happy Days. Stations…

    1 readers - Inside Pulse -
  • Retro review: Altered Beast

    …[Editor's note: To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the SEGA Genesis' launch in North America (because none of the other regions matter), we're reviewing all six of the Dreamcast launch games. We've already reviewed Last Battle (twice), Super Thunder Blade, Space Harrier 2, Thunder Force II and Tommy Lasorda Baseball. If you're a Genesis fan…

    2 readers - SEGA Nerds - The Beast - Altered Beast -
  • Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Review

    …I thought very highly of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc when its Vita port released in Europe last year. Its tried and true murder mystery premise was familiar, but felt entirely fresh because of its setting, and remarkably well written characters and plot. Of course, after the game being received so well in the west it was only a matter of time…

    8 readers - Awesome Games - Danganronpa -


  • BlazBlue: Clone Phantasma (eShop Review)

    …Blaz Blue: Clone Phantasma is a top down brawler style game available on the 3DS eShop. To start off, the only similarity between this game and past BlazBlue games is the name and the characters. If you were expecting this to be the classic 2D fighter then you will be sorely dissapointed. Clone Phantasma is a sequel to a previous game in the same…

    6 readers - Always Nintendo - BlazBlue -
  • Review: The Walking Dead Pinball

    …Taking a break from an extended run of tables based on Marvel superheroes and Star Wars movies, Zen Studios works its pinball wizardry on another licensed property in this week’s launch of The Walking Dead Pinball for Zen Pinball 2 and Pinball FX2. Based on Telltale’s award-winning graphic adventure series, The Walking Dead Pinball condenses…

    3 readers - VGBlogger.com - Into the Dead - The Walking Dead -
  • DVD Review: Enemy

    …I was mildly curious when Enemy starring Jake Gyllenhaal showed up for me to review. I became more interested when I noticed it was based on the novel “The Double” written by José Saramago. I was a huge fan of the novel “Blindness”, though the movie adaptation left something to be desired. I haven’t read “The Double” so Enemy would have…

    3 readers - Inside Pulse -
  • The Fall - review

    …A portion of a NWR review... The Fall is a relatively short game, just a few hours long depending on how many puzzles stump you. The story is the most engaging thing, providing a unique take on the Three Laws of Robotics (although the laws themselves have been changed). There are really only three characters, but they’re all well developed…

    1 readers - GoNintendo -
  • Blu-ray Review: Elvis: That’s The Way It Is

    …Elvis Presley died in August of 1977. I was born in May of 1978. So there is no way I was ever going to have a chance to see him in concert. Watching this concert film from 1970 makes me wish I was born several years earlier so that I could have attended one of these concerts. That’s The Way it is isn’t just a concert film. It begins by showing…

    2 readers - Inside Pulse -
  • The Denpa Men 3 - review

    …A portion of a 4cr review... Denpa Men 3 is a very fun RPG that continues to evolve the series. Being able to capture monsters adds a new twist to the formula, and it makes it feel fresh again. The game offers a lot of bang for your buck since reaching the ending will take you around 30-40 hours, and this is without completing all bonus dungeons…

    GoNintendo - The Denpa Men -
  • Professor Layton Vs. Ace Attorney - review

    …A portion of a Game Informer review... I can’t say what fans of only one franchise or the other think of the unfamiliar sections, but I think they will be a breath of fresh air for two series that have become bolted down to the same mechanics for years. As a fan of both, I didn't get all the bells and whistles I expect from both sides, but I’m…

    GoNintendo - Professor Layton -


  • Wot I Think: Cloud Chamber

    …By Adam Smith on August 29th, 2014 at 7:00 pm. Cloud Chamber is a multiplayer narrative adventure, in which players discuss, theorise and contemplate. It’s a cooperative game in which everyone is anonymous and the only goal is to understand. Original live action footage is spliced together with documentary videos from the European Space Agency…

    Adam Smith - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Cloud Chamber -
  • Hyrule Warriors - review

    …A portion of a Kotaku review... If you like Zelda and Dynasty Warriors, this game is for you. If you like Dynasty Warriors, this game is for you. If you like Zelda but dislike (or have never played) Dynasty Warriors, you may want to avoid this game. When it comes down to it, Hyrule Warriors is Dynasty Warriors with a Zelda coat of paint and nothing…

    1 readers - GoNintendo - Hyrule Warriors -

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