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From the Archives: Valkyria Chronicles II – Review Draft

From the Archives: Valkyria Chronicles II – Review Draft
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This review was written over 5 years ago.  It just never got published.  So here it is in its raw glory. Sorry… no screen grabs on this one… We didn’t get around to that.   It’s rare that a game comes along that is absolutely fantastic and unique at the same time.  The original Valkyria Chronicles […]

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Darksiders II

Darksiders II
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I have a fascination with mythology, my friends. Yes, even Jewish mythology. Darksiders is to the Jewish as God of War is to the Greeks. It takes a mundane belief system and ramps it up with HIGH OCTANE PULSE POUNDING BRO-ACTION! And boy does Darksiders 2 have bro-action. No complaint here. The game starts off […]

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Deadlight

Deadlight
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Envision yourself a park warden in Canada hearing news of an infection originating on another continent essentially turning those infected into zombies called “shadows”.  An infection that eventually reaches your country, and more importantly, your hometown.  Luckily, before things got too bad, you sent your family off to Seattle where things are apparently better and […]

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Gravity Rush

Gravity Rush
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PlayStation Vita has been waiting almost six months for a strong, original IP and Gravity Rush sweeps in to nab the spot. Japan Studio took their sweet time on releasing this baby, and it is well worth the wait. Strangely the approach to this game is hard to grasp. It would appear that writer, Naoko […]

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Starhawk

Starhawk
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So let me start off with this: I was playing Twisted Metal back in the day; you know, maybe one to two years later when it was re-released to PlayStation’s Greatest Hits. Well, on the CD was a trailer for a game called Warhawk. Nowadays the game would look like trash, but for my ten […]

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Mortal Kombat Vita

Mortal Kombat Vita
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Mortal Kombat stands as a historical monument for video games. Unlike Sonic or Mario, the series has heavily influenced games in ways unimaginable. Thanks to Mortal Kombat, we not only have the ESRB but we also have discovered several anti-video game activists we can add to our personal hit lists thanks to their excessive speeches […]

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Twisted Metal

Twisted Metal
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What happened to the days of ridiculous caricatures of popular archetypes? What happened to the days of excessive violence and heavy metal overlaying childish glee? The newest Twisted Metal attempts to rekindle this spirit and does so admirably. Having a shaky track record, the series seems to finally realize itself for what it is; developer […]

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Mass Effect 3

Mass Effect 3
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Thank you Star Wars. Thank you Battlestar Galactica. Thank you Star Trek. Thank you H.P. Lovecraft. Thank you every science fiction writer for laying the way for Bioware to create and wonderfully conclude this epic that is Mass Effect. Coming into Mass Effect 3 after enjoying its amazing previous title, I was worried that it […]

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Sine Mora Review

Sine Mora Review
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I’ll be honest with you: I have never been a massive fan of the shoot-’em-up genre.  I played “Ikaruga” for 5 minutes until I realized that the attempt was essentially futile, so I put my controller down, pushed it aside, and started another random, more accessible game.  Why in the world would I raise my […]

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Warp

Warp
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Warp is Trapdoor’s first game which tells the story of an alien escape. A simple concept woven into a puzzle game that has been slapped with an M rating for some brutal violence and language. Sounds like an interesting combination, but how well does it turn out? I’d say pretty well. You play the adorable […]

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