Monthly Archives: July 2013

Nintendo 3DS Review: Attack of the Friday Monsters! A Tokyo Tale

By: Matt Striplen When I picked up Attack of the Friday Monsters, I was a little skeptical, just going off of the name. As I continued playing, however, I was slowly won over by the game’s irresistible charm. Attack of … Continue reading

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PSN/Vita Review: Stealth Inc.: A Clone in the Dark

By: Casey Curran Despite what the name implies, do not go into Stealth Inc.: A Clone in the Dark expecting a stealth game. There’s sneaking around, but it’s all a part of avoiding hazards in platforming scenarios or puzzle solving. … Continue reading

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XBLA/PSN Review: R.I.P.D.: The Game

Gamers are painfully aware of the very low bar that has been set over the years for movie tie-in games, many of which come across as little more than underdeveloped cash grabs. Even within that woebegone sub-genre, though, it’s rare … Continue reading

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PC Review: Dusty Revenge

By: David Tavernier Dusty Revenge is the latest work of PD Design Studio, and it is somewhat a revival of the beat ’em up and platforming genres. If you were gaming in the early ’90s then its gameplay will seem … Continue reading

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Nintendo 3DS Review: Kokuga

By: Uma Smith Games that feature a ship flying around in space shooting at enemies, such as R-Type and Space Invaders, don’t seem to be appearing in the mainstream nowadays. But that doesn’t necessarily indicate that they’re headed into oblivion. … Continue reading

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