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Let’s just come right out with it: yes, Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas looks and feels a lot like a certain game we all know and love where a sole, green-clad, pointy-eared Hylian is destined to save all of Hyrule time after time. But it’s important to remember all of the things that make Oceanhorn an outstanding game in its own right. Let’s break it down! Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Sea...[Read More]

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Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed, an anime fighting game with vampire-esque characters who can only be defeated by tearing their clothes off. I know, it sounds more than a little bit pervy. Often times it’s hard to not judge a book by its cover, or more appropriately, a game by its art type. I have little to no familiarity with anime as a genre and tend to shy away from games that utiliz...[Read More]

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There isn’t much to fuss about regarding a franchise nearing its third decade of hardcore fandom, replayablility value, and absolute, utter terror. Welcome to Spencer Mansion! “Wait, haven’t we already played this?” Well of course we have! This is partly because Resident Evil HD Remaster released on January 19th of this year, but it’s MOSTLY because this is a remastered version of the remake...[Read More]

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Remember when games were easy to quantify? This was before the days of mobile, indie, and Kickstarted games. Games were games. There was, and still is occasionally, a disconnect between how games are viewed when someone sits down to review or play them. Now, one of the most important things you can bring to a game is context. A great example is Fantasy Heroes ~Unsigned Legacy~, a game for the Vita...[Read More]

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I can remember the first time I played Borderlands. I spent so much time in that game, and with how big it is, who wouldn’t? To me it seemed like the first of its kind. A few years later Borderlands 2 came to us, which brought out more of the back-story and–more importantly–information about the planet. However, there were a lot of questions left to be asked as you beat the game....[Read More]

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When it comes to dancing I don’t like going out in public and dancing the night away due to thinking I suck at dancing. I do have a feeling there are others like me in that area… However, if I’m with friends and don’t have a care in the world that’s another question. I’ve had the chance to play all three Dance Central games out for the Xbox 360 and always had a ...[Read More]

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Papier-mâché, sock puppets, and pop up books are things that kids get excited for as they are allowed to create and visit new worlds that are filled with vibrant colors. The Last Tinker City of Colors, manages to capture the beauty of pop up books and brings them to life. The characters in this game are sock puppets while the environments and settings look like they are made from cardboard and oth...[Read More]

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I love a good puzzle game. I especially love a good puzzle game that does something new and interesting. Portal, and the subsequent Portal 2, were knockouts that kept me coming back for more time and time again. When I sat down last month to take a look at Rat King Entertainment’s first effort, TRI, I instantly felt the same joy and intrigue as the first time I picked up a portal gun. I̵...[Read More]

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The Heroes in a Half-Shell are back on the big screen, courtesy of Michael Bay. Is this the return of epic nostalgia classic fans have been hoping for, or the absolute betrayal and disappointment they feared? The answer is surprisingly: neither. New York is under assault at the hands of a criminal terrorist group known as the Foot Clan. Led by the mysterious Shredder, they take what they want, and...[Read More]