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Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner - Soul Hackers (3DS)

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner - Soul Hackers review (3DS)

Reviewed on April 20, 2013

Pitfalls aside, Shin Megami Tensei devotees should find plenty to love about Soul Hackers.
Painkiller: Hell & Damnation (PC)

Painkiller: Hell & Damnation review (PC)

Reviewed on November 07, 2012

Painkiller: Hell and Damnation is about as barebones FPS as you can get. There are no frills, just design choices that reward skill and dedication. It's a splash of cold water to the sweaty face that has become the muddled world of the modern shooter, and pleasingly pedestrian in a way that brings out a sense of carnal rage while demanding one thing from the player: the desire to annihilate.
Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen (Vita)

Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen review (VITA)

Reviewed on March 30, 2012

It's painfully clear to me that Shinobido 2 wasn't a labor of love. Recycled environments, halfhearted character designs, and muddy graphics overall simply don't put the Vita through its paces, nor do they showcase what the powerful handheld is capable of doing. Forgettable music, voice acting, and frustrating touch controls that only worsen the experience all work together to make Shinobido 2 a very weak package overall. If you're looking for well-executed stealth action that delivers a more complete experience, you might want to gravitate toward the excellent Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus instead.
Touch My Katamari (Vita)

Touch My Katamari review (VITA)

Reviewed on March 25, 2012

At its heart, Touch My Katamari is the same monster we know and love, with a bright new coat of paint. And it shows quite a bit of potential for what the series could possibly undertake. For now, it's a bridge to bigger and better Katamari games that strips itself down to basics to grow from there. And like the in-game katamari, grow it shall -- hopefully into the brightest star yet.
Trine 2 (Xbox 360)

Trine 2 review (X360)

Reviewed on January 05, 2012

This multi-specialty adventure is surprisingly deep and challenging for its bargain price, and if you've got the friends and the time, it's well worth the admission. If you're looking for more twists on familiar tropes, Trine 2 is your the best candidate. Pick it up and save the princess. Just don't get too caught up in sightseeing on your way to the finish line.
Serious Sam: BFE (PC)

Serious Sam: BFE review (PC)

Reviewed on December 05, 2011

Serious Sam 3: BFE is Croteam's love letter to those of us who have been waiting for another glimpse at classic shoot-'em-up-ery in the vein of Doom, Quake, and even the original Duke Nukem, whose modern iteration failed to deliver. It's a machine gun-and-heavy-metal symphony that only hardcore shooter fans will want to take a stab at, and while its punishing difficulty at times may certainly be a turnoff for potential buyers, it's a satisfying throwback to a simpler time.
Serious Sam: The Random Encounter (PC)

Serious Sam: The Random Encounter review (PC)

Reviewed on November 04, 2011

The Random Encounter ends almost as fast as it begins, but your five bucks get you a punchy, colorful, and vivid throwback to the heyday of the RPG, mashed up with all the violent insanity of Serious Sam. Fans who need their next fix would do well to check out the previous indie offering Double D in addition to this quickie, simply to serve as a great palate cleanser before jumping right back into the hotbed of ravenous monsters that is the Serious Sam universe. The Random Encounter is short, sweet, and certainly a breath of fresh air for what is quickly becoming a stagnant genre.
Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle (PSP)

Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle review (PSP)

Reviewed on March 25, 2011

This is an interesting try at making the game a portable smash, but in the end it falls a little short of the mark.
Prinny 2: Dawn of Operation Panties, Dood! (PSP)

Prinny 2: Dawn of Operation Panties, Dood! review (PSP)

Reviewed on March 25, 2011

Prinny 2: Dawn of Operation Panties, Dood! is a side-scrolling throwback that classic gamers should definitely enjoy.
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days (Xbox 360)

Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days review (X360)

Reviewed on September 05, 2010

Bullets rarely feel as if they’re making proper contact, and aiming serves little purpose other than to give the illusion of accuracy. In an attempt to make the game seem a little more realistic, weapons have been “handicapped,” if you will, to maintain the illusion that these are still two men on the run, testosterone and adrenaline fueling their every move. It doesn’t work, and as a result the game feels artificially lengthened by frustrating firefights and enemies who take more punishment than your controller while playing this game.
Trinity Universe (PlayStation 3)

Trinity Universe review (PS3)

Reviewed on July 20, 2010

Trinity Universe is a hodgepodge of that same brand of silliness and rambunctious dialog that has successfully transformed NIS America's past efforts into such memorable affairs.
Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter (Xbox 360)

Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter review (X360)

Reviewed on February 11, 2010

Though Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter is an exemplary title for those looking to satisfy their craving for golden age shooters, the pace is not suited for everyone (especially newcomers). It's a hardcore offering in an unbelievably simple package. The recreation here is so faithful that it's difficult not to recommend the game to everyone in spite of that hardcore bent, especially given the achievements and multi-player support. If you've never partied with Sam before, now is the best time to start. If you're the sort who plays both PC and Xbox 360 games alike, deny the urge to use mouse-and-keyboard controls and go with this version instead. It trumps Steam's offering by far.
Kenka Bancho: Badass Rumble (PSP)

Kenka Bancho: Badass Rumble review (PSP)

Reviewed on December 04, 2009

The payoff is a hilarious look at the world of delinquents, at least as it's portrayed in several anime series. If that aspect of youthful Japanese culture sounds interesting, then you'd be crazy not to pick this game up and at least give it a whirl for a few minutes. It's weird, wacky, and completely insane. Come on -- do I need to Smash Talk you into a purchase?
Critter Crunch (PlayStation 3)

Critter Crunch review (PS3)

Reviewed on November 02, 2009

Critter Crunch is a heck of a bargain at $6.99. With a solo adventure that should easily take 5 or more hours to complete, multi-player and several other modes, you'll be puzzling it out for quite awhile. Addictive and endearing gameplay and offbeat humor make this puzzler one worth watching. If you're looking for the latest brain teaser to add to your game library, Critter Crunch is a fantastic choice.
Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 - Commander's Challenge (Xbox 360)

Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 - Commander's Challenge review (X360)

Reviewed on October 10, 2009

This extension of the popular Command and Conquer installment is well worth your time and attention.

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