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Apr 03

BioShock Infinite Review

How do you challenge yourself to create a near perfect game? In 2007, Ken Levine and Irrational Games were given near perfect praise for their game BioShock. The setting of the underwater city of Rapture and its inhabitants told a perfect tale of a man-made dystopia that showed the evil (virtual) man was capable of …

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Oct 12

The Walking Dead: Episode 4 – Around Every Corner Review

To say or explain the journey which the characters in Telltale’s series based in the world of Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead have gone through just past the midway point of this five part series is easy, yet difficult. To say emotional is simple, but to convey more into that is the difficult part. Horror, …

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Jun 29

Quantum Conundrum Review

For game designers, I can imagine that a follow-up game is never easy. And it’s particularly harder when it is critically acclaimed and one that could be included in many discussions and arguments for “Greatest Game Ever”.  So when I heard that a game was being made from one of the people that worked on …

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Jun 22

Inversion Review

It’s often said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. If that is the case, I don’t quite understand what happened with Inversion. It almost seems as if the designers wanted to take some of the best parts of certain games and put them together. But as I unfortunately have learned, that doesn’t necessarily equal a …

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Apr 13

Skullgirls Review

Skullgirls definitely has a certain charm. All the while playing it, I couldn’t help but compare it to the original Darksiders that was released back in 1994. Similarities are there, but I knew I had to think of it as its own release.  I was surprised to find that Skullgirls is a very good, balanced, …

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Mar 22

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City Review

The Resident Evil franchise has always been a mainstay for Capcom. Each time a new entry into the series was released it was usually met with praise and set the example of a good blend of action and horror. The last few entries however have been mixed for the series; now Capcom has outsourced their …

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Mar 09

Journey Review

Anyone who has ever told you that video games cannot be considered art, needs to experience one of the beautiful games from Thatgamecompany. Their unique way of designing and creating games serves as a reminder that you don’t need to follow what everyone else is doing to get the most out of creativity. With already …

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Feb 12

Van Halen A Different Kind Of Truth Review

Capturing lighting in a bottle is hard enough, let alone twice in one career. And some bands, when having a reunion, quickly fade from the spotlight in which they came from. When the original line up of Van Halen; guitarist Eddie, drummer Alex, bassist Michael Anthony and singer David Lee Roth first exploded onto the …

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Nov 27

PixelJunk SideScroller Review

The PixelJunk series have always been one of interest to me. Not wanting to stay focused one specific game type, the developers have created these games to cover different genres’ such as Real Time Strategy, Racing, Shooters and more. Keeping this time with the shooter aspect, Q-Games released the next in the series in Pixel …

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Oct 30

Battlefield 3 Review

With the popularity of the First Person Shooter still in full effect, EA and DICE have finally released their heavy hitter of the year in Battlefield 3. This is the game that EA execs were betting on to take the FPS crown away from the Call of Duty series. So does it? Is this the …

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