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Legacy of the Duelist Review

I played Yugioh for probably more than half my life, at least 10 years, and for a long time I really liked it. I watched the show, I played the video games, and I collected my body weight in cards and then some. But after a while, I sorta grew out...
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Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 Review – A Dating Sim with JRPG Elements

With the massive popularity of Persona 3, people wanted more, more social links, more personas, more everything. Ask and you shall receive because 2 years later, we got Persona 4, and for the most part, it’s a huge improvement on the social ...

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Digimon World Review, the first Digimon game ever released in the USA!

Digimon has changed a lot over the last 18 years, starting off in 1997 as a little Tamagotchi toy that you raise, to a very popular anime and tons of games. But the very first Digimon game to be released outside of Japan, was Digimon World for the...
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Bridge It Review- A Bridge Building Simulator

Gameplay You start off with a certain amount of materials and a set budget. The objective is to build a bridge to cross over different rivers and canyons. They start off very simple and require simple materials and simple building. As you progress...

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Pokemon Snap Review! Way more fun than the concept implies.

Pokemon Snap was a 1999 Nintendo 64 game, where you took pictures of Pokemon. That’s it. In concept it actually sounds really dumb, but what we got was more fun then anyone could have imagined. Pokemon Snap wasn’t just the first consol...
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Idiotic Indie Impressions #11: Huniepop Review

Welp. It certainly brings new meaning to the term “single player” I suppose. I should begin by saying that I’m not terribly experienced with dating simulators. Outside of Hatoful Boyfriend which I absolutely loathed, the last dating sim I played w...

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Survivalist Review – Thriller, if it was Terrible

Survivalist is a zombie survival game created by “Bob the PR bot”, so essentially an independent indie title. It looks like it has a relatively small team judging from the title screen. From the steam page you can see a whole bunch of ...
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Idiotic Indie Impressions #10 – Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale Review

Background Like many others, my interest in this game stemmed from the following image. Since the language is a teeny bit vulgar, I’ve chosen to make the picture as small as possible to shield your virgin eyes. That said, if you’re not...

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Plague Inc. Review

Plague Inc. is a creative new game that simulates an epidemic in the world. This game is crazy fun. At first I thought it would get pretty boring after a while, having the different types of plagues (viruses, bacteria, parasites, etc.) be basicall...
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Idiotic Indie Impressions #7 – Real Boxing Review

When it comes to boxing games for the PC (or for that matter, any of the platforms it’s been released on), we’re not exactly spoiled for choice are we? Sadly, for the PC boxing pundits across the world, the much-beloved (heh) Electroni...

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Idiotic Indie Impressions #4: Metrocide

This hellacious spawn of Satan game was developed by a little team called Flat Earth Studios, consisting of brothers Leigh and Rohan Harris who herald from… wait for it… Sydney, Australia. My hometown. Needless to say, I really wanted ...
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Papers, Please Review

Papers, Please, is an indie game that will really push your morals to the limit. In the game, you play as a border checkpoint inspector and it’s your job to check everyone’s immigration papers and see if they’re allowed into the fictional country ...

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Fantasy Life Review

Fantasy life is a new game by Level 5 for the 3DS, and it’s spectacular. The game plays as a simulation game, akin to Animal Crossing where you can do various jobs such as cooking, fishing, or mining, which can later be used with another job such ...
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Defcon Review

Defcon is a nuclear war game from 2006 that was a blast to play when it came out. I discovered it late, but its servers were still packed with people. They’re not as packed now, seeing as it’s nearly 10 years later, but it’s stil...