Deception IV: Blood Ties Review (PS3/Vita): “The reason we have the ESRB”

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Have you ever gone through a game and thought to yourself: “Man, the bad guys are always overpowered. Where’s my amazing abilities and cheap combos?” Well wonder no more. Deception IV places you on the other side of the story, as in, the ‘oh so good to be bad’ side! Utilizing an incredible arsenal of [...]

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Putty Squad Review (PS4): “Silly Putty Is More Fun”

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Back in the days of gaming, platformers were the ultimate go-to games. Who didn’t love the challenge and finesse of a fun, colorful 2D side-scroller? During the 16-bit era, UK developer System 3 had created a title called Putty Squad for the Amiga console in 1994, but never saw the light of day in retail. [...]

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Ragnarok Odyssey ACE Review (PS3/Vita): “Not the Improvement You’re Looking For”

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Ragnarok Odyssey ACE is an expansion off of the already released Ragnarok Odyssey, a high flying, cartoon-ish hunting game. It takes the original gameplay and story, adds a few new tricks and improvements, as well as some rather menacing looking monsters and throws it back in your hands for another chance to save the kingdom. [...]

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inFamous Second Son Review (PS4): “A Next-Gen Masterpiece”

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inFamous Second Son is the third installment in the inFamous series. Unlike most superpower games, you don’t play as the traditional superhero. A once normal human being, you play as Delsin Rowe, new to the whole “conduit powers thing”. You can choose to take the path of righteousness, giving a good name to all conduits [...]

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Thief Review (PS4/X1): “Something lurks in the shadows, perhaps it should stay there”

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Thief launches the series into a next-gen experience; adding to its quiver everything that goes along with a complete rejuvenation of a series: new graphics, a fresh story, clever designs and a whole new world to call your own. But just because something is new doesn’t always mean it’s better – does this new Thief [...]

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OlliOlli Review (PS Vita): “A New Standard for Skateboarding”

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Decades ago, the sport of Skateboarding took storm across the United States. Over time, we’ve seen the sport make it’s way around the world. It’s popularity didn’t soar until roughly the time when legendary Tony Hawk wowed people from all over pulling off the first ever “900 Spin”. In the 80s, there was a retro [...]

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Trine 2: Complete Story Review (PS4): “An Adventure Worth Revisiting”

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Throughout this generation of consoles, we’ve seen numerous indie developers create games that offer unique experiences from those that are already on the market. In 2009, indie developer Frozenbyte released a side-scrolling puzzle-platformer that incorporated in-depth physics called Trine. The game received a solid amount of positive feedback, with the exception that it lacked an [...]

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Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix Review (PS3): “A Remix Worth Checking Out”

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Kingdom Hearts, being one of the first Action-RPG games I’ve ever played, holds a very dear place in my heart and holds many memories of yesteryear that invoke nothing but feelings of fun and nostalgia. The concept of taking Square Enix characters and Disney characters, and mixing them together seems proactively obscure, but works all [...]

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Killzone Shadow Fall Review (PS4): “Taking a 30-Year Old War Closer to Home than Ever Before”

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Killzone Shadow Fall is the linear continuation of the previous installments: Killzone, Killzone 2 and Killzone 3. It takes place 30 years after the events of Killzone 3 and the drastic war that had started then is still taking place now, with one exception. Instead of fighting across the planets Vekta and Helghan, the war [...]

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Wipeout: Create & Crash Review (Wii U/Wii/3DS/360): “Not a Total Wipeout”

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Wipeout has become quite the reality show on ABC over the past few years. Essentially being an Americanized version of the cult-hit “MXC” on Spike TV years ago, Wipeout brings together contestants to tackle absolutely insane obstacle courses with completely unexpected traps to dodge. Naturally, with a mixture like this, it was only a matter [...]

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