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Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure (DS)

Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure review (DS)

Reviewed on April 05, 2009

Henry Hatsworth has been screwed over. Badly. Itís been released during one of the highest points in the DSís history; with stuff like Pokemon Platinum, Valkyrie Profile, and several other amazing titles taking the gaming scene by storm, itís been completely forgotten. Overshadowed, overlooked, and doomed to forever rot in obscurity on game store shelves. Such an undeserving fate isnít just pathetic. As Henry himself would say, it is bollocks! Utter poppycock! This fe...
MadWorld (Wii)

MadWorld review (WII)

Reviewed on March 16, 2009

Thereís a man dying in front of you. Blood is pouring out of his torso like a fountain, and the gash across his gut is deep enough to suck. Heís staring at you with wide, agony-stricken eyes, screaming at you for help. Thereís not a lot of time, so you have to act quickly. There are several ways to approach this, though. You could just let him die. But thatís not what your sponsor wants, what the fans expect, or the what the rules imply. Besides, itís justÖ boring. So what will it be? A s...
Retro Game Challenge (DS)

Retro Game Challenge review (DS)

Reviewed on March 03, 2009

Nostalgia is a powerful thing. It strikes when you least suspect it, in that one, awe-inspiring moment in which you realize what youíve forgotten. What youíve left behind. Sure, you might be immersed in some hundred-hour RPG, or slaughtering random baddies with your huge arsenal of high-tech weapons. You enjoy what the current generation of games can offer you. Thereís nothing wrong with that; gaming has come a long way in the last twenty years. If youíre old enough, you can appreciate such adva...
Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers (Wii)

Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers review (WII)

Reviewed on March 03, 2009

Slaying is such a guilty pleasure. Really, it is. You might deny it, claim that you derive pleasure from something more intellectually stimulating. Something nicer. But once youíve gotten a taste, itís hard to stop. Itís beautiful, mesmerizing in its own disturbing way; the blood doesnít just seep out, but gushes forth in a glorious fountain of gore. The dismembered limbs donít just fall away, but go flying across the room and leave splattered trails in their wakes. The heads are especial...
Sonic Unleashed (Wii)

Sonic Unleashed review (WII)

Reviewed on January 21, 2009

Sonic the Hedgehog screwed up. He let himself get a little too confident about his role as a hero. Sure, he has Chaos Emeralds and can turn into a golden, flying juggernaut anytime he wants. Yes, Dr. Eggman can be incredibly stupid despite his technical genius and ambition. That doesnít mean that he can be taken lightly. Sonic learned that the hard way; not only did evil mastermind manage to outwit him, but actually used him in his latest scheme for world domination. Thanks to Sonicís blunder, t...
Moon (DS)

Moon review (DS)

Reviewed on January 14, 2009

It was all a lie. Everything. The history of the world, the origins of religion, the development of modern civilization, our very existence. The conspiracy theorists were right; aliens not only exist, but theyíve been in contact with us all along. Watching, subtly manipulating humanity into what it is today. Itís kind of funny, in a way. Theyíve been hiding in plain sight the entire time, but we could never reach themÖuntil a few decades ago. The Apollo 11 mission to the moon was one of the grea...
From the Abyss (DS)

From the Abyss review (DS)

Reviewed on December 20, 2008

Itís a worthless way to live. Everyone will tell you otherwise, of course. Theyíll say that youíre valiantly defending your homeland. That youíre saving countless innocents for your daily sacrifices. They promise to pay you handsomely for your efforts. But itís all a sham, a pathetic ploy that appeals to only those foolish enough to believe theyíre actually heroes. These warriors put their lives on the line, all in the name of the country of Rubenhaut. But in the end, none of their brave efforts...
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 (PlayStation 2)

Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 review (PS2)

Reviewed on December 05, 2008

What do you hate about yourself? Come on, be honest. Or are you too ashamed to admit anything? Perhaps youíre not even aware of it. Itís those perceived flaws, those nagging insecurities that can drive a person mad. Maybe youíre afraid of failure, that everything you do in life will ultimately amount to nothing. How about the resentment or jealously you might feel towards someone more successful than you are? A close friend you keep around to satisfy your sense of self-worth and need for accepta...
Red Bull BC One (DS)

Red Bull BC One review (DS)

Reviewed on September 26, 2008

A sad, startling revelation came to me the other day. Iíve become that guy. You know, the fellow whoís still trying to be hip but has absolutely no clue about the current pop culture? The kind of person that spouts off outdated slang to his younger friends and ends up coming off like an idiot? Yeah, that guy. This stunning bout of self-awareness was caused by one thing: Red Bull BC One. What kind of name is that for a game? The back of the box gives only a few clues; it stat...
N+ (DS)

N+ review (DS)

Reviewed on September 26, 2008

They make it look so easy. The ninjas, I mean. Theyíre so awesome at what they do. Leaping around rooftops is like playing hopscotch to them. They can make themselves virtually invisible, lurking within the shadows for that single, perfect time to strike. A quick flick of the wrist can leave dozens of bloody, shuriken-ridden corpses littering the scene. But itís not like ninjas have always been like that; once upon a time, your favorite veiled assassin was just some inept little rookie with drea...
Windy x Windam (DS)

Windy x Windam review (DS)

Reviewed on August 14, 2008

Meet Izuna. Some of you might already know her from her starring role in The Legend of the Unemployed Ninja. As the title implies, she hasnít been working for a while now. Itís understandable; regardless of how undeniably awesome ninjas are, there just isnít a need for them anymore. The days of shuriken slinging and stealthy assassinations have long passed. Why pay some masked killer a small fortune to carry out a deed that could be solved with a well-placed grenade or a few dozen machin...
Bangai-O Spirits (DS)

Bangai-O Spirits review (DS)

Reviewed on August 14, 2008

Do me a couple of favors, will you? I want you to stop playing all the popular games on the DS. Not permanently, of course. Put your ridiculously overpowered Final Fantasy IV party aside for a second. Give your Pokemon a rest. Take a break from defending Phoenix Wrightís clients. Whatever youíre playing, just take it out of the card slot and tuck it away somewhere safe. Donít worry; this wonít take long. Just make sure youíre not distracted by the undeniable quality that those respective ...
Blast Works: Build, Trade, Destroy (Wii)

Blast Works: Build, Trade, Destroy review (WII)

Reviewed on August 08, 2008

When was the last time you played an old-school arcade shooter? Come on, be honest. Itís not like youíve got much of a choice, anyway. Those titles are of a dying breed; considering the onslaught of hundred-hour RPGs and action-packed FPSes, itís little wonder why the old ways have essentially passed away. As a result, shooters have had to fall back on bland attempts at creating stories or generic anime characters to carry their appeal. Others have been reduced to nothing but a screen filled wit...
Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift (DS)

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift review (DS)

Reviewed on July 23, 2008

Luso Clemens has a problem. Several, actually. Thanks to his inability to sit still, heís earned the ire of every parent and teacher whoís ever had to deal with him. Heís been tardy and disruptive so many times that heís gotten himself a detention on the last day of class. Given his insatiable curiosity and short attention span, itís surprising that he can even make it to the library to serve his punishment. Itís not like he spends his detention sitting around in quiet remorse over his blunders,...
LostWinds (Wii)

LostWinds review (WII)

Reviewed on July 13, 2008

Itís so easy to take for granted. The wind, I mean. Science explains it as the reaction to pressure between two adjacent air masses. Nothing more, nothing less. But for the folks that have a bit more imagination within their grasp, the wind can be mysterious and otherworldly. You canít see it, but its presence is all too clear. It could be that slight breeze tickling the back of your neck in the early morning. Or maybe itís that sudden burst of air that sends you a face-full of raindrops during ...
Castle of Shikigami III (Wii)

Castle of Shikigami III review (WII)

Reviewed on June 18, 2008

Alcaland is in trouble. In danger of being wiped of the face of the map, in fact. Not from war or pestilence or anything you might expect; up until now, the country has been thriving under its monarchy. No, this crisis is beyond the constraints of human comprehension. The legendary Swan Castle has reappeared in the skies, blotting out the sun and is now slowly descending onto the helpless populace. Thousands of people have suddenly vanished with the return of this ancient behemoth, and thereís n...
Space Invaders Extreme (DS)

Space Invaders Extreme review (DS)

Reviewed on June 16, 2008

We should have seen this coming. It was inevitable, really. Despite all the bloody battles and hard-earned victories, the human race was never really safe. Not from these things, anyway. No matter how many of them you kill, there will always be more of them. Wave after pixilated wave of spaceships are now wandering the skies, descending ever so slowly like a waterfall in slow motion. There is no water here, though; these bastards are dishing out laser beams, bullets, missiles, and whatever else ...
SNK Arcade Classics: Vol. 1 (PlayStation 2)

SNK Arcade Classics: Vol. 1 review (PS2)

Reviewed on May 25, 2008

Itís a great time to be a SNK fan. With the lull between King of Fighters titles, the company has apparently decided to re-release all of its major old school titles in the form of anthologies and collections. The lack of originality isnít a bad thing, of course; it gives gamers who couldnít afford a NeoGeo (which probably amounts to 90% of the gaming world) a chance to play the games that made SNK so famous. The problem is that the company keeps reusing the same games for multiple collections; ...
Fatal Fury: Battle Archives Vol. 2 (PlayStation 2)

Fatal Fury: Battle Archives Vol. 2 review (PS2)

Reviewed on May 22, 2008

Itís over. The Lonely Wolves failed. They had all the right moves, the plans, and power to win the day. But in the end, they were outsmarted. Contrary to popular belief, Geese Howard wasnít killed; in fact, heís back and better than ever before. Considering the fact that heís stolen the Jin Scrolls Ė the mystical writings that can grant him immortality Ė itís little wonder why heís in such good shape now. Armed with his newfound powers and a lust for vengeance, heís poised to bring Southtown to ...
Okami (Wii)

Okami review (WII)

Reviewed on May 22, 2008

The world is dying. The trees are nothing more than wooden skeletons. The grass has shriveled away and scattered on the wind. Streams, rivers, entire oceans are drying up. The sky is no longer blue, but a pitch-black mess of toxic clouds. The sun is just a memory now; the lack of light and heat has killed off most of the plants and animals. The planet has been reduced to a shell of its former self, a bleak and barren expanse of dirt and darkness. Humans have been left perpetually frozen i...

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