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No Time to Explain Review – Defying Gravity

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No Time to Explain is absolutely insane. You have to understand that going in, because the insanity is a bit disorientating at first. As soon as I started the game, I found myself constantly wondering what the hell was going on. All I knew was that my future self was in trouble, I was capable of time travel, and some kind of ...

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Ant-Man review: Starting small, ending big

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(This review may contain spoilers, skip to the end for an abridged and spoiler free review.) In a universe where superheroes go by names like Captain America and Iron Man, a superhero by the name of Ant-Man doesn’t quite have the same intimidation factor. When superheroes and villains have abilities that let them fight off dozens of men at once ...

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Rory McIlroy PGA Tour Review – Par for the Course

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Rory McIlroy PGA Tour is the first golf game that EA has released since Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14 was released in 2013 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Since it has been so long since the last installment, fans of the series have understandably high expectations for Rory McIlroy PGA Tour. Though it doesn’t do everything right, Rory McIlroy PGA Tour provides a solid experience ...

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Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition Review – Back in Style

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When Devil May Cry 4 launched in 2008, it quickly became a fan favorite and a critical success. Now, after rebooting the franchise with DmC: Devil May Cry, Capcom is giving players a more traditional Devil May Cry experience with Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition. With additional modes, new playable characters, and upgraded visuals, Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition is the definitive version ...

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Splatoon Review – A Beautiful Mess

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Splatoon was a risky choice for Nintendo. Nintendo’s success rests mostly on its existing IP – Mario, the Legend of Zelda, Metroid, Donkey Kong, and Pokémon are just a few of the massively successful franchises that Nintendo has launched. While we all love these games, there comes a time where risks need to be taken and new avenues explored. That’s what Splatoon is ...

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Fallout Shelter review

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In the midst of Bethesda’s first E3 conference, among all the (well deserved) jabs at smartwatches and announcements of a real Pip-Boy for the collectors edition for Fallout 4 was the revealing of Fallout Shelter, yet another way that you can bring your love of Fallout with you wherever you go. Described by Todd Howard as a kind of a ...

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Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure Review

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Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure came as quite a surprise. It was announced and released in Japan on May 31, and it finally hit the eShop in North America and Europe on June 11. By bringing classic Dr. Mario gameplay together with elements from Dr. Luigi and Dr. Mario Online Rx, Miracle Cure provides an excellent Dr. Mario experience for a low price. If you’ve never played ...

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A Windows Phone App Review – Lara Croft: Relic Run

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The Windows Phone app ecosystem often, and with reason, receives criticism. The Windows Phone app selection isn’t as great as iOS or Android, and many of the WP’s titles come no where close to parity with its competition. It’s one of the biggest things holding Windows Phones back. If you’ve ever played something like Infinity Blade on iOS, WP apps ...

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Bargain Bucket: Ryse: Son of Rome – Re-Review

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Insanity: doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. Probably a pretty good way to describe Ryse: Son of Rome in a sentence. The game is a basic God of War clone with repetitive and simple combat. There is no real enemy variation, only one set of weapons and a couple of boss fights. There are a few turret defence ...

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Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition Review

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Puzzle & Dragons (P&D) is a series that takes the simple, addicting gameplay of casual matching titles like Bejeweled and injects it into the heart of a light RPG with turn-based combat. Developed by GungHo Online Entertainment, the game launched on iOS, Android, and Kindle devices in 2012. It became a national sensation in Japan, and it didn’t take long for the rest of ...

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