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Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon Review

There a good reason why Nintendo cultivated such a fervent fan base across the 8-, 16-, and 64-bit eras: the company’s first party titles have provided some of gaming’s most superlative experiences. From skulking through ...

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Naruto Powerful Shippuden Review

With story sequences which surpass the twenty-minute mark, the release of Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 is geared toward stalwart, console-owning, fans of the teenage shinobi. Fortunately, that’s not the case with the knuckle-headed ...

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Fire Emblem: Awakening Review

There are a handful of compelling reasons to explain why Intelligent Systems’ exemplary Fire Emblem franchise hasn’t made a comprehensive impact on Western players. Whereas the series’ inaugural title, Fire Emblem: Ankoku Ryū to Hikari ...

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Code of Princess Review

Although gaming often targets a broad demographic of ages, occasionally a generational gap is perceptible. Case in point: while at a SEGA press event a few years back, a high-definition adaption of the Treasure-crafted cult ...

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escapeVektor Review

Amidst gaming’s first two generations of home consoles, having an entry in the ‘maze’ genre was vital for any piece of viable hardware. From the Odyssey²’s K.C. Munchkin, the VCS/2600’s adaptation of Pac-Man, and ports ...

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Crimson Shroud Review

While popular table-top diversions such as Dungeons & Dragons and Warhammer Fantasy Battle once served as a template for a generation of video and computer games, over time electronic role-playing games evolved, harnessing the capabilities ...

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Aero Porter Review

Typically, video game vocations spotlight the prestigious- allowing players to pilot multimillion dollar military jets or to fling the pass that secures a Superbowl win. Less frequently, the industry puts us in the well-worn work ...

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Liberation Maiden Review

In 2009, Japanese PSP owners were treated to Minna no Sukkiri, (AKA Everybody’s Stress Buster), developer Clap Hanz’ UMD-based collection of pint-sized games geared for portable play. Two years later, stateside gamers received the collection- ...

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Pokémon Black 2/Pokémon White 2 Review

Whereas Game Freak’s menagerie of pocket monsters evolve at a robust rate, the actual Pokémon franchise develops languidly, with each new iteration typically ushering in a restrained set of refinements. The reason for this protracted ...

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