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Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Review

As the ever-growing convoy of action anthologies such as the Killzone, Ratchet & Clack, Sly Cooper, and Zone of the Enders collections have demonstrated, high-definition remasters appear to be profitable. Naturally, publishers have been expanding ...

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Earth Defense Force 2025 Review

Robert’s Take: First introduced in Japan in 1998, D3 Publisher’s Simple series of budget-priced games has become a modest phenomenon. With an assortment of nearly four hundred titles spread across ten different hardware platforms, the ...

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Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Review

Not long ago, hardware and software developers were given near-absolute creative freedom. But over the years, the cost of game production escalated, thereby increasing the involvement of risk-avoidant publishers. The proliferation of game journalism has ...

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Assassin’s Creed: Liberation HD Review

Although adaptations like Assassin’s Creed II: Discovery and Assassin’s Creed: Bloodlines have tried to translate the allure of Ubisoft’s flagship franchise onto portable screens, the DS and PSP hardware weren’t quite able to capture the ...

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Gran Turismo 6 Review

Released for the PlayStation in 1997, the original Gran Turismo was a stunning, paradigm-shaping, anomaly. Published amidst an era where console simulations were uncommon, the Poly Entertainment-developed title shirked convention, offering the most nuanced recreation ...

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Tiny Brains Review

What is the concept? In the inaugural effort from Montreal-based Spearhead Games, players direct a squad of four mutated lab animals, with each teammate possessing a distinctive ability. Dax the bat has the capability to ...

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AquaPazza: AquaPlus Dream Match Review

As titles like Street Fighter X Tekken, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and The King of Fighters XIII have demonstrated, two-dimensional fighters filled with familiar pugilists have their charm. Certainly, it’s gratifying for players to ...

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Can I Get an Amen, Too? A-Men 2 Review

These are exciting times for gamers. Sony’s PlayStation 4 launched just over a week ago, becoming the first true “next-gen” console. On top of that, Microsoft’s Xbox One has been on store shelves for only ...

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WWE 2K14 Review

Last year’s WWE ’13 was a bitter disappointment for me. From the outside looking in, it had all of the pieces needed to be the best WWE game since the AKI Corporation-developed Nintendo 64 releases. ...

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