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Recent Contributions

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Type: Review
Game: Journey (PlayStation 3)
Posted: March 19, 2012 (10:45 AM)
ThatGameCompany have proved that it is possible to create a gorgeous and exhilarating game that does not rely on competition but celebrates the joys of online collaboration.

Type: Review
Game: Xardion (SNES)
Posted: March 06, 2012 (03:37 PM)
Its shortness is its strength, and there's no chance of getting bored since each stage only consists of a few screens. However, that's also its weakness, and it's a shame they didn't make more use of the three characters, or introduce some navigational challenge.
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Type: Review
Game: Shadow Hearts From the New World (PlayStation 2)
Posted: November 20, 2011 (12:27 PM)
Cola for Kids

Type: Review
Game: Dream Master (NES)
Posted: November 10, 2011 (10:57 PM)
This nightmare is a delightful dream for any retro gamer.
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Type: Review
Game: Eternal Sonata (PlayStation 3)
Posted: July 12, 2011 (11:12 AM)
The creative premise of this action RPG is that the composer Chopin is a playable character who inhabits a world that he thinks is a dream. Here, instead of playing the piano and composing music, he fights alongside a collection of teenage girls and boys, three 8 year olds, a prince and his consort, and some rebels as they struggle against a devious Count Waltz who is hell bent on turning the population into mindless soldiers. Musical terms and motifs dominate: names are musical terms, with the ...

Type: Review
Game: Everblue (PlayStation 2)
Posted: July 12, 2011 (06:05 AM)
You start the game as Leo, a rookie diver on the Caribbean island of Daedalus with this mysterious death in the back of your mind, and a lot to learn about diving.

Type: Review
Game: My World, My Way (DS)
Posted: August 12, 2009 (11:10 PM)

Type: Review
Game: Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible II (Game Boy Color)
Posted: July 21, 2009 (08:12 AM)
This is one of those Japanese RPGs that defines the term "under the radar", but hopefully a new (fan) translation will change all that. It was first released in 1993 on the Gameboy and ported to the GBC in 1999, but with few changes, besides the improved colours. Initially there is nothing much of note, just nondescript towns and townspeople, a world map that uses cones for mountains and blue squares to represent towns, and dungeons that are short and mostly uninspired in design. However, if you...

Type: Review
Game: Swagman (PlayStation)
Posted: February 11, 2009 (10:30 PM)
What a strange combination. An E (everyone from the age of three upwards) rated game, only released in Europe on the PS1 and Saturn, that was developed by CORE as the game they made after the first Tomb Raider enjoyed such phenomenal success. It features eight year old twins who collect bugs (the insect kind), turn into monsters, and when they are not in monster form, try to defeat Scallywags using the doughty weapons of a torch and a yo-yo. They spend much of their time falling into the Abyss a...
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Type: Review
Game: The Fifth Element (PlayStation)
Posted: February 08, 2009 (09:35 PM)
Unbelievable!! Kill cops and aliens (lots), fall off ledges (lots), hear opera music and see Zorg again (a tiny bit).

Type: Review
Game: Shadow Madness (PlayStation)
Posted: February 02, 2009 (07:42 PM)
Read this game now!
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Type: Review
Game: American McGee's Alice (Miscellaneous)
Posted: January 27, 2009 (07:16 PM)
Forget Walt Disney's sanitised version of Alice in Wonderland, and return to the roots of the Alice mythos by entering the bizarre, insane and violent fantasy world, created by Lewis Carroll's febrile imagination, and recreated here, in American McGee's Alice. This is a third person platforming adventure at its very best, and for adults only.

Type: Review
Game: Metal Max Returns (SNES)
Posted: January 22, 2009 (09:58 PM)
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Type: Review
Game: My Little Pony Pinkie Pie's Party (DS)
Posted: January 16, 2009 (08:59 AM)
Before starting to write this review, I tried to think about who might read it. Unlikely to be the small children for whom this game is designed, and most likely to be some long suffering parent, trying to find a good reason to resist the demand for yet more My Little Pony related merchandise. If you fall into this category, then I'm sorry to say that I have bad news for you. This game is surprisingly good, and in fact I would recommend it for any girl or boy who likes pink ponies and opening lo...

Type: Review
Game: Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure (DS)
Posted: January 13, 2009 (05:15 AM)
Sugar and spice and all things nice. That's what little girls are made of, and this game might seem as if it has been designed for girls only. The heroine, Cornet, is a horn-playing 16 year old lass who falls in love with a Prince; her constant companion is a pretty doll that speaks, called Kururu; and when she has to fight monsters her main attack spells are made of cake or pancakes! In fact, even the the kingdom of Marl is ruled by a queen, and the story revolves around a witch called Marjoly,...
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Type: Review
Game: Theresia (DS)
Posted: January 12, 2009 (06:48 PM)
There are no zombies after your brains, no monsters trying to chop you up, no aliens intent on mass reproduction, and no battles. Yet Theresia is a fascinating (point and click) horror adventure, that kept me playing for hours at a time, until I had uncovered all its secrets and reached the very satisfying ending of two complex stories.
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