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Tearaway: A Story About Trust… Albeit A Very Short One

By Jenni . November 21, 2013 . 1:02pm

In terms of a creative experience, Tearaway is an exercise in everything the Vita is capable of achieving. Yet, if you look at the game as a platformer, frustration tarnishes its shine.

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Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles Of Mystara Is Still The King Of Fantasy Beat ‘Em Ups

By Spencer . June 24, 2013 . 5:33pm

Depending on your choices, you might end up in the Land of Fire or in a gnome village. Each route in Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara has different bosses and you won’t see everything by playing through the game once.

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Dillon’s Rolling Western: The Last Ranger – No Walk In The Park

By Jenni . April 21, 2013 . 5:30pm

Dillon’s Rolling Western: The Last Ranger is easily the most difficult tower defense game I’ve ever played.

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Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy Playtest – Puts The Analog Pad Through Its Paces

By Ishaan . December 29, 2011 . 3:32pm

Sometimes, I thought Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy would make me destroy my 3DS’ analog pad.

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Record of Agarest War Zero Playtest: More Than Fanservice

By Jenni . July 5, 2011 . 10:40am

While Agarest War Zero does have fanservice, it’s also a rather dramatic and occasionally comedic game that will require you to think ahead when taking part in battles.

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Okamiden Playtest: Revisiting Familiar Faces And Places In Nippon

By Ishaan . March 21, 2011 . 2:31pm

Okamiden doesn’t attempt to cover up the fact that it’s a sequel to a game.