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So Many Me – First Impressions


So Many Me is the latest puzzle platformer to hit the Xbox One store. The story revolves around a strange green blob named Filo and his band of clones. Conveniently, the clones can turn into cubes that allow you to make your way through each level. You can also do other things with your clones, like turn into an adorable dinosaur. ...

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Stretchmo – First Impressions


Stretchmo came as quite a surprise. Without any advertisement or promotion, Nintendo published Stretchmo on the Nintendo eShop on May 14. The title is free to download, and seven puzzles come with the free version. Players can then choose to purchase additional puzzles in separate packs or as a complete bundle. Mallo’s Playtime Plaza brings 100 puzzles to the game for $4.99, Poppy’s ...

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Slow Down, Bull: First Impressions


*To be clear, this is not a full review, it is just a quick rundown of my first impressions after completing the first three worlds of the game* For those who don’t know, Slow Down, Bull is Insomniac’s first ever PC release. The game was created as more of a design experiment by designer Lisa Brown, who was asked to ...

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Xenoblade Chronicles 3D – First Impressions


To say that Xenoblade Chronicles 3D is important is an understatement. This is the first chance that the New Nintendo 3DS has gotten to prove its worth. Sure, a few games have made use of the system’s extras: Majora’s Mask 3D, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Code Name S.T.E.A.M., and IronFall: Invasion have all used the c-stick for camera control, but the new buttons have been largely unused and the ...

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Release “Date”: Shin Samurai Jazz

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Release “date” is a new series where I take a newly-released game and spend some quality time with it. I will then give my first impressions based on the time I’ve spent with the game. My lovely partner today is Shin Samurai Jazz, a game by Blaze Epic. I’ve spent close to two hours with this game, and I’m ready ...

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