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Crossing Souls Review – More Than A Nostalgia Trip

I’ve been waiting for the release of Crossing Souls for a while. This 80s-style action platformer has five interchangeable playable characters, a nostalgic concept and a host of fresh mechanics. It caught…

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Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Review – I Wish NT Meant No Tidus

When I bought a PlayStation Vita during the fun that was Hurricane Sandy, I spent some time browsing the compatible PSP lineup. There were a few that stood out, and…

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The Fall Part 2: Unbound Review – The Bigger They Are…

I have a soft spot for robots. What can I say, I always enjoy seeing weird stories of them trying to be more, or sometimes less, human. One of my…

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Spellforce 3 Review – Back to the Past

Going into this title, I had multiple warning flags. For one, Spellforce 3 is the third title in a series that has been on ice for quite some time, and it…

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Batman: The Enemy Within Episode 4 Review – What Killed the Dinosaurs? The Ice Age!

Batman: The Enemy Within exceeds my expectations at every turn. Every time a new episode comes out, I find myself glued to the game for its two-hour runtime, and I’m always…

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Aegis Defenders Review – Frantic Fun

Every so often, you receive the good fortune of running across a game that feels made just for you. Aegis Defenders is one of those games for me. Just the…

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Assassin’s Creed Origins: The Hidden Ones Review – Get Found

Assassin’s Creed Origins came out last year and managed to take a stale formula and revitalize it. Ubisoft has been giving the game free updates, but now it’s time for…

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A Case of Distrust Review – Don’t Think Too Hard

The recipe for good adventure games is one part visuals, one part atmosphere, and three parts writing. A Case of Distrust gets most of the recipe right, but falls short…

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We Were Here Too Review – Cooperation Required

There’s something deeply satisfying about overcoming obstacles in games. In the case of We Were Here Too, this hits when tackling increasingly challenging puzzles that require great communication and coordination.…

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Lost Sphear Review – Finder’s Remorse

The second game from Tokyo RPG Factory, Lost Sphear promises a return to the “golden age” of RPGs while still improving on the criticisms of I Am Setsuna. Channeling elements of Chrono Trigger, Xenogears…

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