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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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This game is a ducking great time
August 25, 2014 - Local multiplayer experiences are plentiful on the Ouya but very few are as fun as Duck Game. Up to 4 players can battle each other as different coloured ducks while wearing cool hats and experimenting with the game's vast variety of weapons and items. Keep in mind before downloading this game that it is multiplayer only. Lonesome ducks need not apply.
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Luigi finally got his PhD
August 25, 2014 - If you've ever played his brother's puzzle outings then you will know what to expect from Luigi. Besides a few noteworthy changes, Dr. Luigi is the same basic game as Dr. Mario. It's still a solid and fun puzzle game that is simple to play and hard to master.
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Making zombie slaying fun again
August 25, 2014 - There are more zombie video games than there are zombies in a zombie video game. Unlike most zombie games, Dead Rising 3 doesn't take itself seriously as it utilizes a B movie plot and atmosphere which in turn make the game a lot of fun.
Read more: Dead Rising 3 Review
Welcome to the land of twin stick shooter mediocrity
August 25, 2014 - Crimsonland is one of the first twin stick shooters to be available for PlayStation 4 although it was originally released for PC back in 2003. It's nice to have a new twin stick shooter on PlayStation 4, but as you play Crimsonland it's hard not to feel nostalgic for the much better counterparts that were released last generation.
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A unique turn-based strategy RPG
August 25, 2014 - Vandal Hearts II is an often misunderstood strategy RPG gem that many gamers have tried but gave up after not understanding how to play. The game requires a lot of patience and if you are willing to learn the complexities of battle and teach yourself strategies to win then the reward is well worth the effort.
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