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Divergent Duality- Last Rebellion Review

Arguably, the most important element of a role-playing game is its combat mechanic. Although a compelling narrative and attractive graphics may be able to lure players in, having a captivating conflict system will ensure a ...

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Massively Mundane- Ragnarok DS Review

Eight years ago, I couldn’t open a browser without my muscle memory kicking in and sending me straight to Newgrounds.com to navigate their vast library of sophomoric flash cartoons depicting Sonic the Hedgehog performing unspeakably ...

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Raw, Rough and Redeeming- Risen Review

A reoccurring trope within role-playing games is the protracted tutorial, which slowly introduces players to a title’s byzantine array of options. Typically, this is where players garner the fundamentals of a game- from equipping weapons ...

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Endless Ocean: Blue World Review Reviewed

With seventy-one percent of the earth’s surface covered by oceans, it’s surprising that more games aren’t been set within this vast aquatic realm. Excluding a handful of submarine simulations, a few PlayStation-era titles such as ...

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The Tech-Gaming Podcast, World 2-2

This week DesertEagle and SeanNOLA talk about a trio of ugly games- Risen, Last Rebellion, and Ragnarock while desperately trying to avoid any mention of flatulence on amusement park rides. Meanwhile, TideGear gives his impressions ...

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Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce Review

From recent discussions with colleagues, friends, and gaming aficionados, I know many people will inevitably overlook the most recent addition to Omega Force’s Dynasty Warriors franchise. By doing this, they’ll be missing some of the ...

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SOCOM U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo 3 Review

Despite the SOCOM series’ consistent confidence on the Playstation 2, the franchise’s performance on Playstation Portable screens has been slightly erratic. Although 2006’s SOCOM U.S. Navy SEALs: Fireteam Bravo 2 improved on its predecessor by ...

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Synth-sation: Korg DS-10 Plus Review

As gratifying as achievement earning, level grinding and unlockable collecting can be, sporadically I yearn for something more. When these urges develop, I find comfort in the recesses of a diversion which allows me to ...

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