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inFamous: Second Son – This City Is Delsin’s City

By Jenni . March 25, 2014 . 1:17pm

inFamous: Second Son is an extraordinary game that doesn’t play like a launch library title, where it felt like the developers weren’t entirely sure of what they could do.

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Tales of Symphonia Chronicles: A Timeless Tale

By Jenni . March 22, 2014 . 5:01pm

If someone is in love with Bandai Namco’s Tales series, odds are it was Tales of Symphonia or Tales of the Abyss that did it.

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The Witch and the Hundred Knight: A NIS Game Through And Through

By Thomas . March 20, 2014 . 5:32pm

The Witch and the Hundred Knight is the latest release from NIS, and in some ways, a departure from their usual fare. But don’t let that fool you into thinking that Hundred Knight isn’t a NIS game.

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Shin Megami Tensei Was Worth The 22 Year Wait

By Thomas . March 18, 2014 . 9:34am

While not for everyone, SMTi is one of the most solid and all around fun RPGs experience I’ve seen on the iOS market.

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Inazuma Eleven: A Soccer Game For People That Don’t Care About Soccer

By Laura . March 15, 2014 . 9:30am

It amazed me how much and how quickly I was drawn into the world of Inazuma Eleven despite not actually being a fan of the sport of soccer itself.

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Yoshi’s New Island Fails To Innovate, But Never To Charm

By Robert . March 13, 2014 . 5:31pm

Yoshi’s New Island is no masterpiece, and it can feel unsightly at times, but at the same time, it’s so damn endearing.

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World End Economica Is A Visual Novel That Neither Impresses Visually, Nor As A Novel

By Ethan . March 9, 2014 . 11:00am

There are better stories about the stock market, there are better stories about slowly falling in love with a shy teenage girl, and there are way better stories about life and society beyond Earth.

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Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 – Truly A Castlevania Game

By Jack . March 8, 2014 . 9:30am

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow felt like a game with a bit of an identity crisis, like it was missing something to make it truly worthy of the Castlevania name. Lords of Shadow 2 just might be the missing ingredient.

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Every Area in Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze Tells a Story

By Robert . March 2, 2014 . 5:00pm

More importantly, every level in Tropical Freeze offers something new and creative.

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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z – Ambitious, But Falls Short Of The Mark

By Thomas . March 2, 2014 . 9:31am

While Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z provides a decent set up for DBZ-styled action and knows its audience, it falls short in execution.

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Strider: Everything A Classic Revival Should Be

By Jack . March 1, 2014 . 9:30am

Unlike most of its predecessors, which were pure side-scrolling action games, Strider dips into more obscure exploration elements like its NES uncle.

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Parting Is A Sweet, Sweet Sorrow In Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy

By Ethan . February 27, 2014 . 5:30pm

Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy is the last game to star Professor Layton. Level 5 made that clear when they announced the title, and this reality hung over and colored my entire experience with the game.

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Thief: The Most Grim, Oppressive Game I’ve Ever Played

By Ethan . February 26, 2014 . 5:30pm

If a game sets out on such a dedicated mission to make its places and faces so uniformly wretched, there ought to be a reason for it.

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How David Wise Saved Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

By Robert . February 25, 2014 . 5:02pm

The beauty of a David Wise composition is itsinnate ability to seamlessly stitch together your senses. What you see and feel is eerily embodied in his melodies.

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Dustforce: A Game That’s Begging To Be Mastered

By Jack . February 23, 2014 . 9:29am

If you’ve ever enjoyed doing the challenges in games you like, whether it’s not taking any damage or trying to beat them as fast as you can, that’s Dustforce in a nutshell.