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Final Fantasy XIII-2 Review

For fans of interactive adventures, the concept is ubiquitous: a stalwart band of protagonists unites to save the world from an imminent extinction. Beyond serving as Final Fantasy XIII-2’s broad impetus, this familiar fable also ...

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Puddle Review

What is the concept? Recalling the amorphous matter-maneuvering stages of 2006’s Loco Roco as well as 2010’s Fluidity, Puddle’s angle is that you don’t have direct control over the game’s liquescent substances. Instead, the triggers ...

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Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Preview

As an open world, high-fantasy adventure, the release of Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning is certain to draw comparisons to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. After all, it’s been less than two months since Bethesda published ...

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Choplifter HD Review

SeanNOLA’s Take: When I first started writing for Tech-Gaming, I would groan when “Old Game HD” would find its way onto across my desk. The idea of playing old Amiga games with cartoony graphics and ...

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NFL Blitz Review

What is the concept? Much like Electronic Art’s 2010 reboot of NBA Jam, the recent revitalization of NFL Blitz preserves the majority of the classic title’s hyperkinetic action. Jettisoning any football tenet which might slow ...

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All Zombies Must Die Review

What is the concept? Resurrecting many of the undead exterminating mechanics established by 2009’s Burn Zombie Burn!, developer Doublesix offers another dose of amusing apocalyptic action with All Zombies Must Die. One of the core ...

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Trailer of the Week – Game of Thrones

Apart from a handful of titles inspired by The Simpsons, adapting a television series into a game has resulted in a steady succession of substandard cash-ins. From Lost: Via Domus, Prison Break: The Conspiracy, The ...

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Three Against the World: Trine 2 Review

What is the concept? Recalling the SNES puzzler, The Lost Vikings, Trine 2 tasks players with utilizing the unique skillsets possessed by a trio of protagonists. From Pontius the knight’s competency for breaking foe and ...

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Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2012 Review

As a fitness tool, Microsoft’s Kinect has been disappointingly erratic. From the cumbersome menu navigation of EA Sports Active 2 to an inability to recognize fundamental exercises such as push-ups in THQ’s UFC Personal Trainer, ...

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Joe Danger: Special Edition Review

What is the concept? Games which try to synthesize an assortment of popular mechanics often end up becoming less that the sum of their parts. Fortunately, that tenet doesn’t hold true for Joe Danger: Special ...

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