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[Game Review] Retro City Rampage DX (PC)

In 360, 3DS, PC, PS3, PS4, Reviews, Vita, Wii, Wii-U by Chris RamosLeave a Comment

Retro City Rampage DX is an enjoyable parody old-school action-adventure sandbox made by Vblank Entertainment. The game has a humorous charm of referencing a ton of pop culture entertainment that will make majority of players crack a smile. However, the charm it holds that gave it its unique feel eventually drags on and  drops the attraction one makes with the …

Chris Ramos[Game Review] Retro City Rampage DX (PC)
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[Game Review] Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call (3DS)

In 3DS, Nintendo, Reviews by Eldon TsanLeave a Comment

As a long time fan of the Final Fantasy series and music rhythm games, Square Enix’s Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call was one of my most anticipated games for the year after I had demoed it at E3. While not exactly a completely different game than the first Theatrhythm, Curtain Call adds all the DLC that was for the first …

Eldon Tsan[Game Review] Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call (3DS)
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[E3 2014] Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley Preview

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I am always ready for a new Harvest Moon, and when we dropped by the Natsume booth (complete with its own gigantic cow), I was especially pleased to see The Lost Valley at its very own demo station. I was even more pleased to find some great changes coming to this cute farming simulator. Probably the biggest change from previous …

Kevin Kartanata[E3 2014] Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley Preview
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[E3 2014] Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Preview

In 3DS, Nintendo, Previews by Matthew KartanataLeave a Comment

If you enjoy slaying huge dragon-dino-lizards, you’re probably a fan of Monster Hunter. If you like swinging giant swords, axes, or hammers into your enemies, you’re probably a fan of Monster Hunter. If you thrive off open-world action RPG’s set in a fantasy world with both of these elements, then well- you’re probably a fan of Monster Hunter. And chances are, that if …

Matthew Kartanata[E3 2014] Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Preview
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[E3 2014] Super Smash Bros for 3DS Preview

In 3DS, Previews by Kevin Kartanata1 Comment

There was a time where the handheld version of a console game would be a guaranteed bust. How could anyone expect that kind of power out of a Gameboy? I sure didn’t, and that’s why I avoided them like the plague. Aside from the majority of licensed cash-ins, we’ve moved on from that, thanks to the power of advancing technology. …

Kevin Kartanata[E3 2014] Super Smash Bros for 3DS Preview
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[Game Review] One Piece: Romance Dawn (3DS)

In 3DS, PSP, Reviews by Davis FanLeave a Comment

Anime titles have always translated well into games, especially those in the shonen genre with their inclusion of rivals and grunts that make memorable boss fights and perfect waves of grunts. Already, we’ve seen this in action in One Piece: Pirate Warriors from Namco Bandai Games and it seems that they are trying to reproduce that success with the 3DS’s …

Davis Fan[Game Review] One Piece: Romance Dawn (3DS)
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New Character Revealed In Persona Q

In 3DS, News by Grant MikuriyaLeave a Comment

Atlus announced a never-before-seen character in a new trailer for Persona Q, a new game in the Persona series.  According to the trailer, “Rei” seems to be a rather shy girl has had her memories stolen by forces unknown.  She is always in the presence of a mysterious man of few words named “Zen”.  The game plays similarly to another Atlus …

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[Game Review] Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW (PC)

In 360, 3DS, PC, PS3, Reviews, Wii-U by Davis FanLeave a Comment

Filled with odd scenarios, weird catchphrases, and wonderous creatures, Adventure Time is the cure for the common American cartoon. Though it sports cute characters, clichés simply do not exist in this show and that’s why it has become a haven for both adults who have outgrown cartoons and teenagers who still strive for something to watch in the afternoon. Naturally, …

Davis Fan[Game Review] Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW (PC)
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[Game Review] Pokemon X and Y (3DS)

In 3DS, Nintendo, Reviews by Kevin KartanataLeave a Comment

Make no mistake, I am a huge, huge fan of the Pokemon series. Blue Version was my first video game ever, and Silver Version is easily one of my favorite games of all time. I’ve played at least one game per generation and am impressed every single time – Pokemon excels at offering fresh spins on their now classic monster-taming …

Kevin Kartanata[Game Review] Pokemon X and Y (3DS)
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[Game Review] Project X Zone (3DS)

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The original Namco X Capcom never saw the light of day in the US other than in small, import carrying shops. It would likely stay that way, considering the death of the PS2. However, with the latest collaboration between Namco Bandai, Capcom, and Sega, the unlikely game has actually made its way to the US. Since the game features characters …

Davis Fan[Game Review] Project X Zone (3DS)