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Doctor, Heal Thyself- MicroBot Review

Despite the ability of modern consoles to create near-photorealistic settings, gamers are often left skulking the same recurring environments. From pushing toward mid-1940’s Berlin for the umpteenth instance to trudging through the dank caverns common ...

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Well Hatched Idea- Chick Chick Boom Review

Four years after the release of the Wii, developers are still struggling to create functional control schemes. Instead of playing to the Wiimote’s strengths, instances of superfluous waggle or convoluted gestures are all too common. ...

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Dead Rising 2: Case West Review

As the industry shifts away from physical media, we are seeing an increasing amount of games which straddle the aesthetics of a full-priced retail release with the abridged play-time common for digital downloads. One notable ...

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‘Head’ of the Pack- Raskulls Review

Over the last three decades, Namco has labored to keep Pac-Man relevant. From forsaking his labyrinthine confines for a puzzle solving quest in 1994’s Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures to restructuring memorable dot-munching mechanics into ...

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Battlefield Bad Company 2: Vietnam Review

At a price point once reserved for full-featured expansions, gamers have quickly acclimated to the fifteen dollar set of multiplayer maps. As Modern Warfare 2‘s Stimulus and Resurgence (and expectedly- Black Op‘s similarly priced) packs ...

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Role-Playing Tapestry- TalesWeaver

One of the most crucial rudiments of any MMO is a generous and liberal reward system. With so many competitors in the free-to-play area, a successful games should offer simultaneous enticements to players, to keep ...

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Our Home’s Fox Deity Review

Between a tag-team assault on PSP screens lead by Cladun: This is an RPG and Z.H.P. Unlosing Ranger vs. Darkdeath Evilman, as well as a trio of exquisitely packaged anime, the second half of 2010 ...

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A World of Keflings Review

In gaming, there are few sensations as rewarding as beating a tyrannically difficult title. At least some of the appeal of games like Demon’s Souls or Super Meat Boy emanate from developers daring players to ...

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