Articles written by A.J. Maciejewski (Page 132) RSS Feed for A.J. Maciejewski
It'll make you happy to exorcise daily
September 22, 2015 - Crafting an addictive gaming experience requires a lot of talent. Thankfully, the folks who made Extreme Exorcism clearly have what it takes. I must say it's even difficult to put the game down just to write this review, but here we go... Let's make this quick!
Read more: Extreme Exorcism Review
An orgy of indie
September 21, 2015 - In an era where multiplayer games are making a huge comeback, Runbow offers quite an ambitious package. Being able to play as many popular indie game characters in hectic platformer races make this a tempting download, but is it worth a run to the eShop?
Read more: Runbow Review
An awesome peripheral: upgraded
September 20, 2015 - If you love retro gaming then you're already familiar with Nintendo's Super Game Boy. However, you may not be aware that an updated version came out exclusively in Japan a few years later. Here, I'll explain some nifty features and tricks to show you what it can do.
Read more: What You Can Do With a Super Game Boy 2
The game that gets you chicks
September 18, 2015 - Some games get ported to modern consoles for no comprehensible reason. What the heck is Crossroad Crisis and what's it doing on my PlayStation 3? Well, it's actually a surprisingly fun little puzzler that's worth checking out.
Read more: Crossroad Crisis Review
An easy solution without modding
September 17, 2015 - If you own an original Sega Genesis then you might be disappointed that it only has mono sound. Later models utilized an A/V cable that allowed stereo output, but it's not compatible with the old model. However, here's a fix that'll put the Blast back in your Processing.
Read more: How to Make a Model 1 Genesis Output Stereo
Innovative pocket-sized treasures
September 16, 2015 - Nintendo's vast handheld library includes countless fantastic original titles. However, what about the spin-offs of classic series that reached success all on their own? Let's explore ten of these games from back when our favourite portable system only had one screen.
Read more: Top 10 Spin-Offs on Game Boy Advance
A stationery tale
September 15, 2015 - In an age where 3D platformers are scarce, Tearaway is back to fill the void. Although this iteration is a remake of 2013's PlayStation Vita version, there's plenty of innovations that'll make you fall in love with it all over again.
Read more: Tearaway Unfolded Review
The ultimate date game
September 14, 2015 - Unique cooperative gameplay concepts that work well are hard to come by. However, Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime goes above and beyond expectations. If you're ready, let's take off and bring some love back to the universe.
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This little ball of fluff is out to reclaim what was once rightfully his
September 12, 2015 - Puzzle platformers are nothing new, yet when they're done well they can be quite a fun way to spend your gaming time. Thankfully, Leo delivers awesome production value, tight gameplay, and interesting puzzles in his adventure to recover his long-lost fortune.
Read more: Leo's Fortune Review
Feel like a Boss
September 10, 2015 - Metal Gear has remained one of the most innovative series in gaming. With cinematic storytelling, addictive stealth gameplay, and an unmatched level of detail, gamers have put their trust in the brand for decades. However, does this latest installment live up to its legendary status? Let's slip in to our Sneaking Suits and find out.
Read more: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Review
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