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Black Rock Shooter: The Game Review

Few properties have had a trajectory as remarkable as Black Rock Shooter. Originally a collection of conceptual drawings, the composition gradually progressed across mediums- with a music video, OVA, and eight episode animated series gradually ...

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Super Black Bass 3D Review

With a quirky peripheral that replicated a rod and reel combo, 1998’s SEGA Bass Fishing garnered an unprecedented amount of attention to the virtual angling simulation. However, the genre’s true roots date back to the ...

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Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge Review

Although it’s not unusual for a game to receive a post-release improvement, entries in the Ninja Gaiden franchise have habitually received extensive revisions. Beginning with Ninja Gaiden Black, an upgrade that brought additional content and ...

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Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon Review

There a good reason why Nintendo cultivated such a fervent fan base across the 8-, 16-, and 64-bit eras: the company’s first party titles have provided some of gaming’s most superlative experiences. From skulking through ...

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Slam Bolt Scrappers Review

There’s a particular group of friends I catch up with every so often. We head to one of our houses, sit at the TV and play videogames. Only, since we never play party games on ...

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Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable

Back in 2007, D3 Publisher released one of the Xbox 360’s first budget-priced games; a giant bug/robot/U.F.O./kaiju-blasting third-person shooter named Earth Defense Force 2017. Much like many older Japanese monster movies or the original Ultraman ...

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Labyrinth Legends Review

After surveying screenshots of Labyrinth Legends, players could be forgiven if they assumed developer Creat Studios was attempting to duplicate the success of franchises like Diablo and Torchlight. However, once gamers grab a DualShock controller, ...

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escapeVektor Review

Amidst gaming’s first two generations of home consoles, having an entry in the ‘maze’ genre was vital for any piece of viable hardware. From the Odyssey²’s K.C. Munchkin, the VCS/2600’s adaptation of Pac-Man, and ports ...

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Hitman Absolution Review

The game industry’s holiday period is similar to Hollywood’s summer blockbuster season- both are bursting with visceral, big-budget thrill rides fated for the top of the charts. From Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Call of ...

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