Articles written by A.J. Maciejewski (Page 48)
A boy and his shadow
February 1, 2016 - Cooperative adventures are an undeniably niche genre. Having someone in your life who's willing to tolerate you venting frustrations for hours of gameplay isn't easy to come by. Luckily, my wife was patient enough to complete this journey with me.
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An intirigung pzluze plaortfmer
January 31, 2016 - We live in a golden age of 2D platformers. With so many of them to choose from, how can you tell which ones are worth playing? Something as unique as Typoman definitely stands out so let's see how it stacks up to the competition.
Read more: Typoman Review
An RPG in a class of its own
January 29, 2016 - Once in a while, an RPG comes out that reminds me why I love playing them. Trails of Cold Steel may not try to redefine the genre, but the solid adventure contained within is one that any RPG fan should go on.
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A satisfying ending to a great RPG
January 28, 2016 - It's difficult to craft a game that makes you want to keep playing after you finish it. Now that I'm done Trails of Cold Steel, I must say that the conclusion blew me away and now the sequel can't come out soon enough!
Read more: Trails of Cold Steel: The School Year Comes to a Close
Class VII goes on a few memorable field trips
January 27, 2016 - I must admit; it's taking me a lot longer to play through this massive RPG than I thought. Now that I've completed up to chapter 6, I can finally see the end on the horizon. Before you keep reading, be warned that plenty of spoilers are ahead.
Read more: Trails of Cold Steel: Studying Abroad
Cute but deadly
January 23, 2016 - Sometimes a schoolgirl has to prove herself by slaughtering countless monsters. In comes Croixleur Sigma which blends an adorable cast of characters and an action-intense arena combat system, but is it any good?
Read more: Croixleur Sigma Review
Nothing but pure 2D thumb candy
January 22, 2016 - You never know what to expect when you boot up a game like Klaus. It could just be your average 2D platformer filled with boring puzzles, but one thing's for sure; you won't expect it to be the addictively mind-blowing thrill-ride that it is.
Read more: Klaus Review
Have you hugged your blob today?
January 20, 2016 - I remember playing Trouble on Blobolonia on my NES when I was a kid. Two decades later, it came to my surprise that it was completely re-imagined for Wii. Now that it's available for current generation consoles, is the blob just as huggable in HD?
Read more: A Boy and His Blob Review
January 19, 2016 - Hitting baseballs at people's faces isn't a very nice thing to do. But, what if those people are in cahoots with the evil energy drink company Explodz? In that case, I guess former all-star hitter Gabe Carpaccio doesn't really have a choice.
Read more: Baseball Riot Review
Insect-shooting action on the go
January 18, 2016 - Lately, many gamers' PlayStation consoles are being taken over by insect aliens. First, PlayStation 4 fell victim and now your pockets aren't even safe. It's time to end this infestation and I think I know what it'll take; guns and lots of them!
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