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Where's Waldo? The Fantastic Journey Review

Where's Waldo? The Fantastic Journey Review (Wii)

Oh, there he is

September 12, 2014 - The Fantastic Journey is a game based on the 1989 book of the same name. Finding Waldo can be a difficult feat in other media but this game holds your hand and helps you find him and his fashionable red and white stripes easily.
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Peggle 2 Review

Peggle 2 Review (Xbox One)

Peggle's as addictive as ever

September 11, 2014 - Peggle had many gamers sent to rehab due to its addictive nature and its sequel is no different. Peggle 2 takes the basic Peggle formula and presents it in one beautiful package.
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Top 10 Wii Reboots

Top 10 Wii Reboots

Nintendo saves some great classic game series from obscurity

September 8, 2014 - Although the Wii ushered in plenty of shovelware, it also brought some classic series back into the spotlight. This is a list of Wii games that revitalised some worthy properties that rightly deserved it.
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Proteus Review

Proteus Review (PlayStation 3)

The game that quietly defies what it means to be a game

September 7, 2014 - As time goes on, more games try to break out of the video game mold. Proteus attempts to do this by stripping out most components that make up the basic video game formula.
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Bomberman: Act Zero Review

Bomberman: Act Zero Review (Xbox 360)

You've changed, Bomberman

September 5, 2014 - Bomberman has been a staple in the gaming industry for decades with countless installments of playful multiplayer fun. However, when you take the light-heartedness out of the equation and replace it with a dark and serious setting, the result is quite unsettling.
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Pushmo Review

Pushmo Review (3DS)

This sumo wrestling cat has children to rescue

September 3, 2014 - Pushmo proves that Nintendo still has the ability to produce great new properties. As a unique puzzle platformer oozing with charm and plenty of content, it is a great addition to almost anyone's 3DS library.
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Top 10 Impractical NES Mega Man Weapons

Top 10 Impractical NES Mega Man Weapons

These won't cut it in the real world

August 31, 2014 - Mega Man has wielded a large array of unique weapons throughout his long history. Most of these weapons are pretty cool, but some are quite illogical when you think about them. Although these may be cool in the games, here are 10 weapons that won't hold up in reality.
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Merv Griffin's Crosswords Review

Merv Griffin's Crosswords Review (Wii)

A fun game show video game

August 29, 2014 - Merv Griffin's Crosswords is based on the short-lived game show of the same name. Although the idea of a video game based on a game show may turn many gamers away, this can be a very fun time for game show fans.
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Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack Review

Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack Review (PlayStation Vita)

A blob with a vengeance

August 27, 2014 - Mutant Blobs Attack is a sequel to PlayStation 3's Tales from Space: About a Blob. It is a refreshing 2D platformer with many gameplay mechanics seamlessly integrated into one fun little package.
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Top 10 Unique Japanese PlayStation 2 Games

Top 10 Unique Japanese PlayStation 2 Games

Genre-defying & unmistakably Japanese

August 25, 2014 - The PlayStation 2 was home to many innovative and truly unique games. This list highlights 10 of these games that happened to be developed in Japan and have that distinct Japanese flavour that's hard not to love. All of these games were released in North America.
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