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Type: Review
Game: Koudelka (PlayStation)
Posted: April 24, 2013 (06:02 PM)
Occasionally, I am overcome by the urge to try something different. When it comes to video games, “different” is precisely the sort of term that someone might use to describe Koudelka. Another apt label is “interesting,” thanks to the variety of good ideas that the developers implemented. Perhaps the game’s most noteworthy quality, though, is the way that it combines familiar survival horror and RPG elements to create a unique new experience with the potential to be truly special.
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Type: Review
Game: Containment: The Zombie Puzzler (Miscellaneous)
Posted: June 24, 2012 (09:38 PM)
Zombies are commonly associated with shooters. Most of us would not expect a puzzle game to successfully incorporate the undead without the result feeling like a real stretch. Containment: The Zombie Puzzler manages to do just that, though, all while holding your attention with a light storyline full of surprisingly effective character clichés, not to mention new gameplay elements that are introduced with each successive chapter.
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Type: Review
Game: Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo (Wii)
Posted: July 02, 2010 (03:13 AM)
Dragonball: Revenge of King Piccolo has some potential as a side-scrolling adventure, but some unfortunate stumbles prevent it from serving as the enjoyable introduction to the game franchise that it so easily could have been.
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Type: Review
Game: Army of Two (PlayStation 3)
Posted: October 26, 2009 (03:12 PM)
I am quite surprised to see that nobody has written a review for this game yet. Where to begin; this game does not take place in the present day, it starts in 1994, when private militaries start to take a stronghold in wartime affairs. The story quickly moves forward into the war on terror that started in 2001 and from there things get interesting, focusing on the problems of the day while adding a litte twist to the events and throwing in some humor. The characters are well put together and are...
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Type: Review
Game: Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition (Wii)
Posted: January 03, 2009 (03:13 PM)
Most people have played an earlier version of this game and enjoyed it. Some couldn't get enough and others were content with one play through. This game was so popular that the game was released three times. The original GameCube release had great character models, you could see the wrinkles and dirt on their face; however, it was lacking in bonus content. The PlayStation 2 release had an abundant amount of bonus content including Separate Ways, Assignment Ada, and Mercenaries modes. Though the...
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