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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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Zen Pinball 2 (PlayStation 4) Review

Although the PlayStation 4’s software library is still in an embryonic stage, Sony’s new system already has two pinball titles in its lineup. Remarkably, the two games take radically different approaches to the beloved pastime. ...

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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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Rainbow Moon (PS Vita) Review

Players are forgiven for assuming SideQuest Studios are based out of Japan. Much like their compatriots Shin’en Multimedia, SideQuest is a German development house whose painstakingly polished output echoes the sensibilities of Nippon’s golden age ...

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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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Ys: Memories of Celceta Review

Across the twenty-six year legacy of the Ys franchise, reoccurring protagonist Adol Christin has witnessed a multitude of remarkable events during his succession of globe-trotting expeditions. In many ways, the series has shared a similar ...

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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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FIFA 14 (PlayStation 4) Review

Prudence advises postponing the purchase of next-generation hardware. After all, launch titles are habitually shallow- engineered to flaunt the capabilities of a cherished new console, rather than providing long-term play value. Ports are another shortcoming ...

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