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Kickin’ Back: Knights & Bikes

We live in a golden age of entertainment and media.  Thanks to the internet and the game-changing possibility of crowd-funding and other content creating, developers big or small are able to release video games that we may have never got the chanc...
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The Disappointing Experience that was Yo-kai Watch

Youkai are spirits in Japanese Lore, and Yo-kai Watch is the hot new (well not so new anymore) thing in Japan right now. Selling toys, making an anime, and of course, making games. Yo-kai Watch is a story about a child who receives a device from a...

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Digimon World Re:Digitize Review! The best Digimon game in YEARS

Digimon has a lot of shitty games, especially recently. There really hasn’t been anything like the original Digimon game, Digimon World. I had all but given up hope on ever playing a fun Digimon game again, but then a light shined in the dar...
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Digimon World DS Review – Because we don’t have any other good Digimon RPGs

Digimon World DS was the first entry in Digimon games for the Nintendo DS, and it came out just before Pokemon Diamond and Pearl were released. A lot of people remember these games fondly as an alternative take on the Digimon World series, but hon...

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The Gothic Spiritual Successor to Dark Souls – Bloodborne Review!

I was actually kinda hesitant to get into Bloodborne. I’m a huge Dark Souls fan, and both these games are made by From Software, they’re known for being extremely difficult and having really solid combat. Now, I’m going to try an...
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Pokemon Colosseum Review: The Darkest Pokemon Game

It was a dark time for Pokemon. Ruby and Sapphire had just come out and all of our beloved Pokemon had no way to pass forward from the previous games Gold and Silver, leaving us with a fraction of all the Pokemon we had come to know. But there was...

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Idiotic (Indie?) Impressions #13 – South Park: The Stick of Truth Review

(Well I had to take a break from the indie-whoring at some point, right? I mean even us indiefags gotta play something with a real budget. Forgive me.) Background It’s often said that licensed games usually don’t carry a lot of quality. Unfortunat...
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Avernum 2 : Crystal Souls Review

With so many NEW games coming out on the market, some people enjoy seeing old classics blown some new life into them through a little bit of love from the original developers. Being a remake of the original indie hits, the Avernum trilogy, it rewr...

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Dragon Ball XenoVerse Review! A quirky Action RPG that’s loads of fun

I didn’t grow up with Dragon Ball Z, I caught it every now and again when it was on Toonami, and most of my knowledge of DBZ comes from the TeamFourStar parody series Dragon Ball Z Abridged, which is something any Dragon Ball fan should chec...
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Video Review: THE ELDER SCROLLS V: SKYRIM

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is so engrossing that it’s scary. Bethesda Game Studios has taken a few more steps towards perfect virtual escapism. Before I get hyperbolic, though, I’ll go ahead and say this: they’re not there. Not even close, really...

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A Review Of The World Of Warcraft

World of Warcraft (or WoW) is easily one of the most recognized games, almost everyone has heard of it even if they aren’t a gamer. World of Warcraft is famous for being the king of Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORPG), w...
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An In-Depth Review of: Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Review

I will start this off with saying this was almost my first Monster Hunter game. And I say that in the sense that I actually owned Monster Hunter Freedom Unite however I just could not get myself that into it. Hours later I can tell you that Monste...

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Dark Souls Review – One of the most frustratingly awesome games you’ll ever play

There are some games that are just merciless when it comes to difficulty, and Dark Souls puts those games to shame. Dark souls is the middle child of the Souls franchise, it came after Demon Souls, and obviously before Dark Souls 2, and it is fant...
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Golden Sun: The Lost Age Review – My Favorite JRPG series part 2!

The original Golden Sun when looked at individually, is a pretty small and underwhelming game. Don’t get me wrong, I love it, but what a lot of people at the time didn’t know, is that it was building up to this, Golden Sun: The Lost Ag...

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Chrono Trigger Review- A Timeless Classic

Chrono Trigger will be turning twenty this year. I’m ashamed to admit that up until about a month ago, I had never even touched it. Luckily, the PSN gods decided to have a sale and knock the price down to $5. Let me tell you, it was $5 well ...
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Phantasy Star 4 Review – Best Genesis RPG?

Now I know I’m most definitely going to rustle some jimmies here, but as a critic, I have to be hard on a game and compare it to other games of the same type (jrpgs) and to be entirely fair, this game only gets a silver medal at best in term...