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Ys: The Oath in Felghana Review (PC Version)

Ys: The Oath in Felghana Review (PC Version)

I'll be the first to admit that JRPGs (Japanese Role Playing Games) are something I tend to avoid.  I've had my fun with them in my youth and there are a few made today that I found enjoyable.  I don't think every JRPG is a terrible mess of androgynous characters that are incredibly skilled killers for being so young yet filled with dumb depression, but it is hard to find a JRPG that avoids these ...

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SCHAR Blue Shield Alliance – Review

SCHAR Blue Shield Alliance – Review

It can’t be denied that Brain Shape Games' SCHAR Blue Shield Alliance isn’t nostalgic. I remember back in the days of high school when me and my little friends would clamber around Windows 95 PCs and play those old browser based shooters like Asteroids and some cheap looking replica of Galaga. When we look at games of this calibre now, they have grown so much in such a small time that even tribute...

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Unit 13 Review

Unit 13 Review

Zipper Interactive used to be a studio you could look up to. Not only were they the pioneers of the popular SOCOM franchise but they also attempted to break the online competitive gaming world with ambitious titles like MAG. Now a closed studio, did their final entry known as Unit 13 leave a legacy worth being proud of? Unit 13 is just like the Special Operations Command games we have come to love...

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Escape Plan Review

Escape Plan Review

Escape Plan Community Page Between all the maiming and killing we generally need something to get away from that none stop action and for once place our pulsating brains on the pedestal when taking on a new game. Puzzle games have always been a very welcome distraction from the constant stream of shooters and action games, so Fun Bits Interactive’s Escape Plan was probably one of the best ways to ...

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Din’s Curse Review

Din’s Curse Review

Most people think of Diablo when they remember what is the best point and click action RPG on the PC, and the launch of Diablo III would remind people of this. However there are some other good point and click action RPGs worth looking into, especially for a gamer on a budget. Torchlight is a great example of how it could be nailed right at a reasonable price, and I'll argue to my grave that Darks...

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Sleeping Dogs Review

Sleeping Dogs Review

Sleeping Dogs Community Page It has been quite a while since we were graced with a true open world sandbox game of the likes of Grand Theft Auto. Luckily for fans of the genre, developer United Front Games has given them something to burn away a week of summer in the form of newly released Sleeping Dogs. In Sleeping Dogs you play the troubled undercover cop Wei Shen who just so happens to have bee...

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Persona 4 Arena Review

Persona 4 Arena Review

To let everyone know where I'm coming from, I may as well start with my history of the Persona games. Or, more specifically, the lack-there-of. I've never actually played any of the previous Persona titles, having said that I was always drawn to the art style and character appearances from the various screenshots and video footage I happen to come across. Even with the animated series that was rec...

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Hero Academy Review

Hero Academy Review

I really wish there was more turn-based games like Hero Academy. Coming out last year in November for the iOS, the game has a great deal of charm in its aesthetics. The game also has a surprisingly good core mechanics that rewards a great deal of strategy and tactics. Recently Robot Entertainment decided to release the game with the Team Fortress 2 cast as a free DLC to the PC version. Is Hero Aca...

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Darksiders 2 Review

Darksiders 2 Review

Darksiders 2 Community Page After a 25+ hour binge this week on THQ’s newly released Darksiders 2, I am finally able to give my opinion. After the great beginnings of the Four Horsemen’s journey through the apocalypse in DS1, does the highly anticipated sequel make the on-going battle worth fighting for? Darksiders 2 follows the adventures of Death, the second of the four horsemen who is on a pers...

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Retro /Grade Review

Retro /Grade Review

It was only till last night that I noticed 24 Caret Game’s Retro/Grade sat upon the PSN Store. From first glance the game looked like a rather generic side scrolling shooter, but what came after when actually getting a hands-on with the game is a completely different story. You play as Rick, a head banging intergalactic space fighter who happens to have just saved the universe from ultimate destru...

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