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Dead Space 2 (PlayStation 3)

Dead Space 2 review (PS3)

Reviewed on April 12, 2012

Horror games will always make your heart shudder and scream. Dead Space 2 takes your heart and speaks to it, prods it, haunts it, overwhelms the valves, chills the blood that passes through the veins. If your eyes aren’t compatible for frightening experiences, then this game isn’t for you, please utilize your gaming skills elsewhere. Dead Space 2 is the sequel to the very popular Dead Space, a game that was rich in quality and diversity, swarming with Necromorphs that want to extract the blood a...
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King Kong (Atari 2600)

King Kong review (A2600)

Reviewed on April 12, 2012

There's nothing enjoyable about King Kong. It's a tedious slog through a single dull stage, a game that bespeaks a rushed, slapped-together development. God only knows why. It's not like there was such a demand for a King Kong game that it needed to hit stores right away.
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My Hero (Sega Master System)

My Hero review (SMS)

Reviewed on April 11, 2012

You play the role of The Hero, but you look like Edward Carnby, specifically from Alone in the Dark 2, right down to the blue leisure suit and pitiful death sequences. You are the strapping, golden-domed captain of the football team, enjoying a sunset with your prudish girlfriend on the beach, besotting her with your romanticism and a bottle of Alize.
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KOF Sky Stage (Xbox 360)

KOF Sky Stage review (X360)

Reviewed on April 11, 2012

The first time I stumbled onto this game, I was confused. KOF Sky Stage? DLC for The King of Fighters XII? A side game where all the fighters died and are throwing down in the afterlife? When I dug further, I was stunned: a vertical shoot'em up featuring characters from the fighting series. One of those cases where fact is stranger than fiction.
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inFAMOUS 2 (PlayStation 3)

inFAMOUS 2 review (PS3)

Reviewed on April 10, 2012

Here we a have a sequel that you can proudly call brilliant. Infamous 2 even betters its predecessor; it overtakes it like a rally car with incomparable velocity. It’s a sandbox classic, with enough punch and grace to enlighten the man or woman who chooses to jump in. Yet again you play as Cole, a man with an electrical heart, and a scarred mind. He is one of the most enigmatic protagonists ever seen in my opinion, in the gaming world that is. He leaves Empire City in the past, and uses New Mara...
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Silent Hill HD Collection (Xbox 360)

Silent Hill HD Collection review (X360)

Reviewed on April 09, 2012

I am not enamoured of any two old games slapped together (just Silent Hill 2 and 3 in this case) being called a “collection” in the first place, especially given how easily Silent Hill 4: The Room (of the same ‘era’) could have been included for more value if not quality. Moreover, the third instalment isn't a great game anyway; certainly not on par with the second – but this is still the best release for the series in ages.
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Final Fantasy VII (PlayStation)

Final Fantasy VII review (PSX)

Reviewed on April 09, 2012

Final Fantasy VII will empower you; it will place a fireball of compassion and grace in you heart. The fire will enhance and grow. Your mind will inhabit a great deal of pleasure, when playing a game, which is simply engrossing and mind-blowing. Final Fantasy VII will leap into your lap like a lovable dog, that you will pet for hours. With a storyline that will take your cognition afar, with great cinematics and flair, this game will attach onto you like a parachute, you will jump and you will l...
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Miner 2049er (Apple II)

Miner 2049er review (APP2)

Reviewed on April 08, 2012

I figured once I became a big college student or even an adult, I'd be able to breeze through a game like this with my life smarts. That'd I'd be stronger and quicker and more mature and--well, I did realize stuff. Like how grossly unfair early video games were.
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Silent Hill: Downpour (Xbox 360)

Silent Hill: Downpour review (X360)

Reviewed on April 07, 2012

Silent Hill is back; the franchise has been reshaped to fit the survival horror puzzle yet again. But is it cohesive and brilliant, does it touch the inner core of fright? Does it iron the collar of amazement? That would be no. It is a game that offers some scary snippets, some spooky moments, but that’s that, it doesn’t have the same structure, the same cycle of fear. It doesn’t haunt the mind as much as prior Silent Hill fixtures; you have go out in the wide terrains to find trepidation.
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Legaia 2: Duel Saga (PlayStation 2)

Legaia 2: Duel Saga review (PS2)

Reviewed on April 07, 2012

Legaia 2: Duel Saga seems to be a throwback to old-school JRPGs, which might satisfy the hardcore RPG gamer looking for some nostalgia. But while striving for the old-school vibe it throws away the many things that made the original Legend of Legaia so innovative and endearing. It is hard for me to recommend this game to fans of the original that may have higher expectations. But then again, it is hard to recommend this game to RPG newcomers as well.
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Jungle Hunt (Atari 2600)

Jungle Hunt review (A2600)

Reviewed on April 06, 2012

You'd start out swinging from vines like Tarzan. Interestingly enough, this game originally was called Jungle King where you controlled a guy who looked like Tarzan. And then the lawsuits came rolling in, so the name of the game and the appearance of the hero were changed, giving you a Dr. Livingston-like character instead.
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Dishaster (Atari 2600)

Dishaster review (A2600)

Reviewed on April 04, 2012

I can't really dredge up much on Dishaster except my apathy towards it. Mediocre titles may not score as lowly as a terrible games, but at least the terrible ones have given me something to remember. Sometimes it's better to be a lower number than stuck somewhere in the middle, lost in limbo.
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Silent Hill: Downpour (Xbox 360)

Silent Hill: Downpour review (X360)

Reviewed on April 03, 2012

Some might argue that the canon was lost once it left the hands of its original developers; since that time it has been passed from studio to studio, each with ingenuous intentions of making the first ‘next gen’ standout. Regrettably, that still hasn’t happened.
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Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City (Xbox 360)

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City review (X360)

Reviewed on April 03, 2012

While unfortunate, those issues don't really bog down the central selling point of ORC that much, which is four on four online gaming. Neither lush in game modes (total of three without DLC purchases) or revolutionary in approach, I guess some could say it's the greatest weakness of this release, presenting a really simplistic venue. However, ORC more than makes up for that with constant struggles you'll endure in every match.
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Pushmo (3DS)

Pushmo review (3DS)

Reviewed on April 02, 2012

With a seemingly effortless efficiency, the developers of Pushmo have created a puzzler which presents a delicate blend of difficulty and fun, while maintaining variety; things rarely get stale in this downloadable treat.
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Punky Skunk (PlayStation)

Punky Skunk review (PSX)

Reviewed on April 01, 2012

Because when I picture a badass, I think of a skunk on a pogo stick.
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Little King's Story (Wii)

Little King's Story review (WII)

Reviewed on April 01, 2012

Your royal guard has a tendency to get caught up on fences, on the edge of buildings and so forth. By the time you’re commanding a group of 17 soldiers, it’s all but impossible to make everyone climb a simple staircase without cautious preparation. Such issues also cropped up in games like Pikmin and Overlord, but here their impact on moment-to-moment gameplay is more severe.
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Mario Party 9 (Wii)

Mario Party 9 review (WII)

Reviewed on March 31, 2012

Mario Party 9 operates differently. Rather than four players wandering around a board to buy a star from Toad, all the players travel together in a single vehicle, taking turns at being behind the wheel. The boards aren’t circuits; they have a start and a finish, and they feel like the right length – not too short that the game is over too quickly, not too long that the game drags on. If you only have two or three human players, you don’t have to have an AI controlled character if you don’t want...
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Desert Falcon (Atari 2600)

Desert Falcon review (A2600)

Reviewed on March 30, 2012

Although Desert Falcon tries to be an arcade shooter and a progress quest, it's neither here nor there. The game suffers because of this indecision. Rather than strengthening one aspect, the developers spread their efforts thin, and the end result is a bland, awkward shmup.
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Wild Arms 2 (PlayStation)

Wild Arms 2 review (PSX)

Reviewed on March 30, 2012

If nothing else, Wild Arms 2 entertains solely because of how comfortable it is seeking refuge in audacity. In the early going, Ashley Winchester, the lead player in an ensemble cast of protagonists, gets possessed by a demon that once threatened to destroy Filgaia, the world in this series. By the end of the game's second disc, a touch of demonic possession seems as normal as watching the sun rise.
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