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Shift Happens Review

Shift Happens Review (Xbox One)

A shifty cooperative adventure

February 23, 2017 - Local multiplayer games that force you to work together with a friend are a great way to bond. Shift Happens offers some enjoyable 2D puzzle platforming gameplay but will it test your patience more than your skills?
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Chime Sharp Review

Chime Sharp Review (PlayStation 4)

Same addictive gameplay, awesome new tunes

February 23, 2017 - If you owned an Xbox 360 back in 2010 then you probably played Chime. The unique puzzler captured the imaginations of genre enthusiasts and casual gamers alike. Now that this new take on the classic is out, is it sharp enough to stand on its own?
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A Pixel Story Review

A Pixel Story Review (PlayStation 4)

He may dress like Mario but he sure doesn't jump like him

February 21, 2017 - Retro-inspired indies tread a fine line between being too old-school and offering an enjoyable modern take on the classics. A Pixel Story is an ambitious adventure but does it live up to its ancestors?
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Poochy & Yoshi's Woolly World Review

Poochy & Yoshi's Woolly World Review (3DS)

How does it compare to Wii U's adorable adventure?

February 19, 2017 - Back in 2015, Good-Feel unleashed their second yarn-based platformer and now it's available for 3DS. However, does this bite-sized version improve on the beloved original? Well, it does feature more cute canine content than you can shake a knitting needle at!
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Vertical Drop Heroes HD Review

Vertical Drop Heroes HD Review (PlayStation 4)

Rogue Legacy meets Mr. Driller

February 17, 2017 - Games with addictive premises are only as good as their core gameplay. Vertical Drop Heroes HD may push you to keep trying but does the fun last long enough to warrant venturing into the unknown?
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Dariusburst: Cave & Eighting DLC Packs Enter the Fray

Dariusburst: Cave & Eighting DLC Packs Enter the Fray

DonPachi and Deathsmiles in Darius?!

February 16, 2017 - Get ready shoot 'em up fans because here are six more downloadable delights for Taito's latest shmup masterpiece. This time around, we're looking at packs from two of Japan's most respected names in arcade shooters.
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Dariusburst: Piloting the Taito & Sega DLC Packs

Dariusburst: Piloting the Taito & Sega DLC Packs

From RayForce to Fantasy Zone

February 15, 2017 - Taito's latest shoot 'em up has seen a ton of downloadable content so far. Seeing as I only recently discovered it, I figured I should take a look at what it's all about so please, enjoy reading my thoughts on the Taito and Sega packs.
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Pix the Cat Review

Pix the Cat Review (Xbox One)

Steamy feline action that'll get you chicks

February 14, 2017 - Certain classic games have an addictive nature to them that developers are still trying to achieve. Pix the Cat is full of unique arcade gameplay that'll keep you hooked so crack open a roll of quarters and let's play with this kitty.
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Semispheres Review

Semispheres Review (PlayStation 4)

Stealthy puzzle-solving jellyfish

February 13, 2017 - Games where you control two things at once are always mind-bending. Semispheres will make you see orange and blue as you guide two jellyfish to their respective goals over and over again so let's solve some puzzles.
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Plantera Review

Plantera Review (Wii U)

It's always sunny in Plantera

February 12, 2017 - There's something undeniably satisfying about growing your very own garden. Plantera has you manage a cute little virtual crop with the help of some little blue dudes so let's head to the farm and get to work.
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