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The Wonderful 101 Review

Full disclosure: I’m an unapologetic fan of Hideki Kamiya. Not only is the director responsible for seminal action titles such as Bayonetta, Viewtiful Joe, and Devil May Cry, but Kamiya-san is also uncharacteristically outspoken, sporadically ...

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Rayman Legends Review: Limbless Potential

When the original Rayman was released in 1995, the title defied convention. The game’s sprite-based, hop-and-bop action diverged from the three-dimensional fighters, shooters, and racers which dominated the PlayStation’s launch library. Nearly two decades later, ...

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Disney Infinity Review

Although reputation is important for any publisher, for the Walt Disney Company- it’s imperative. As one of the largest transnational multimedia firms in the world, the corporation has cultivated its empire by crafting consistently top ...

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DuckTales Remastered Review

What is the concept? When the original DuckTales was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1989, the title went on to become Capcom’s biggest hit for the console, selling over 1.6 million copies across ...

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Shin Megami Tensei IV Review

For role-playing aficionados, the 3DS has become an obligatory purchase. From Nintendo’s own Fire Emblem: Awakening to Atlus’ output of Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked, SMT: Soul Hackers, and Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of ...

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Kokuga Review

What is the concept? Behind every critically-acclaimed shooter is at least one captivating hook. 1985’s Gradius rose above its contemporaries with a creative risk/reward device known as the Power Meter. A press of the button ...

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Project X Zone Review

I try to keep my monthly gaming budget regulated, lest I spend the last week of the month dining on instant ramen. But that wasn’t always the case. In 2005, Jump Super Stars for the ...

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Bugs Vs. Tanks! Review

In the annals of video game history, armored vehicles have played a substantial role. Atari’s coin-op Tank was released in 1974, inspiring a battalion of similar playing titles, including the company’s perennial 2600 pack-in, Combat. ...

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