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Fortune Street Review

For a Luddite parent in the late 1980’s, witnessing your children stare at the flicking glow of a television, hands tightly wrapped around a controller must have been an unnerving sight. That’s probably why even ...

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Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure Review

The old adage “birds of a feather, flock together” is a tragically accurate explanation of my social circle. Comprised of different ages, backgrounds, and cultures, each male friend finds their way into the clique by ...

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Centipede Infestation Review

As the recent remakes of Yar’s Revenge, Haunted House, and Star Raiders have demonstrated, remaking classic Atari games can be a challenging undertaking. While retaining the intuitive, arcade-era mechanics of the original license, a modernization ...

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Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Review

For many players, the 16-bit era is fondly remembered as gaming’s golden age. Before polygonal protagonists required camera control to glean a serviceable viewing perspective, sprite and tile-based visuals exhibited a static viewpoint, allowing gamers ...

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Bit.Trip Complete Review

Usually, when game critics mention ‘synergy’ they use the word to examine how visuals, sound, and control are blended into a pleasingly harmonious experience.  As designer Tetsuya Mizuguchi (Lumines, Rez, Child of Eden) has demonstrated, ...

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Quartet of Cuteness- Mario Sports Mix Review

The prowess of the Mushroom Kingdom’s populace has rarely come into question. From Mario’s ability to trample an unruly Goomba to Yoshi’s talent for flutter-kicking across a wide gap, Shigeru Miyamoto and Shigefumi Hino’s creations ...

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Mouse Strokes- Disney Epic Mickey Review

Unlike most septuagenarians, Mickey Mouse has effortlessly embraced interactive media. While the Disney icon’s television appearances are now limited to programs for the potty-training set, his video game career has blossomed over the last twenty-two ...

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