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Pity the wayward Crystal series. While the main Final Fantasy franchise consistently offers a straightforward role playing experience, its subordinate brethren has incessantly jumped genres. From the multiplayer oriented Crystal Chronicles, the hack-and-slash exploration of ...Read More »
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Join TideGear, SeanNOLA and DesertEagle as they radiate equal amounts of holiday cheer and seasonal cynicism. Talk of conspiracy theories, console fanboyism, and turtle graphics merge together to form the type of dialog only the ...Read More »
On the surface, Kurulin Fusion is similar to a plethora of other puzzlers already on the market. Two kinds of multicolored pieces cascade down a playfield: square-shaped power blocks and circular energy orbs. Much like ...Read More »
Two years ago, Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords cleverly merged a match-three puzzle into a role-playing setting. It was a serendipitous amalgam that reinvigorated the aging Bejeweled-inspired mechanic, and gave players a rationale for ...Read More »
6 months ago, I remember throwing elbows to muscle DesertEagle and TideGear away from a demo copy of The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks at E3. In general, we were very civil about letting one ...Read More »
Many veteran gamers are familiar with the dreadful legacy of the licensed game- few interactive adaptations reach the potential implied by their source material. In anticipation of a preview build of The Sky Crawlers: Innocent ...Read More »
Holiday spirit is in the air, as the guys discuss their Spencer Gifts findings, everyone’s favorite light-gunslinger, and of course- games. Don’t forget you can send questions for our next mailbag, and subscribe to the ...Read More »