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Beaterator Review

Mobile platforms like the PSP make the perfect ground for experimentation in new genres and gameplay styles. Music mixer games are gaining more and more popularity, and they’re becoming a lot more sophisticated than what we saw in the first products of this genre. Beaterator, one of the latest games of this type, came out […]

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Black Sigil: Blade of the Exiled Review

When Black Sigil: Blade of the Exiled was announced, noone was really sure what to expect – the developers were fairly unknown (and actually a recently started company), and the game didn’t seem to feature anything in particular that made it stand out from the rest of the RPG titles for the Nintendo DS. However, […]

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Blur Review

Arcade racers are a special kind of genre that has always enjoyed a lot of popularity – with that in mind, it’s very strange that the genre has been so dormant lately, with no real notable titles coming out. Even the Need for Speed series, which were the icon of that genre for most people, […]

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Scribblenauts Review

Underneath an exterior of what initially seems to be a rather childish game, lies a true gem that many players have adopted as their favorite lunch break title. Scribblenauts is based on a truly unique premise, but it’s also been executed very professionally – the game feels smooth, varied, and last but not least – […]

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Section 8 Review

Section 8 comes out as an odd game right from its title – some of you may already know the meaning behind the term; it’s a reference to a regulation in the US Army related to discharging personnel for mental issues – and this relates quite well to the game’s characters, which are presented in […]

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Skate 3 Review

The skating genre in video games has generally been dominated by two franchises – the Tony Hawk series, and Skate. While Tony Hawk’s line has been seeing more and more additions since it was started a while back, Skate hasn’t been that much actively developed – only a handful of games have come out so […]

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Splinter Cell: Conviction Review

Conviction is the latest game in the dramatic Splinter Cell series, following the life of special agent Sam Fisher. The game was met with much anticipation from the public, and upon its release it was quickly established as the next best installment in the series by some, and as a rather unpolished and rushed sequel […]

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Cursed Mountain Review

In Cursed Mountain, you’ll get a tasty dose of survival horror mixed with adventure and exploration, with just a perfect balance of the two to keep the game entertaining for long enough. And unlike most other titles that have the word “horror” simply slapped underneath their names, Cursed Mountain focuses on genuinely scaring you and […]

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Dark Void Review

Dark Void is a third-person shooter published by the hugely famous Capcom and developed by the not so well-known Airtight Games. The game borrows its plot elements from various places in popular culture, and even though it didn’t sell so well, players and critics alike still acknowledged it for the innovative gameplay and story twists, […]

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Fat Princess Review

Fat Princess is one of the rare examples of how you can have a good teamplay-based game on the PS3 that doesn’t involve modern guns or soldiers. Even though it didn’t turn out to be such a good seller, it still holds some great qualities that can make it worth your while and definitely a […]