Reviews (Page 48)

S.C.A.T.: Special Cybernetic Attack Team Review

S.C.A.T.: Special Cybernetic Attack Team Review (NES)

Hasta la vista, alien scum!

January 27, 2015 - It's hard to believe how well some games still hold up after decades have passed since their initial release. Almost 25 years ago, this 2D scrolling shooter came out for the NES and it remains a must-play for fans of the genre.
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Undead Storm Nightmare Review

Undead Storm Nightmare Review (3DS)

Twin stick shooting with only one stick

January 23, 2015 - Zombies and twin stick shooters go together like peanut butter and brain jelly. Undead Storm Nightmare is yet another zombie-slaying shooter that boasts an interesting mix of gameplay mechanics but is that enough to compel you to survive another apocalypse?
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Splice Review

Splice Review (PlayStation 4)

Has the genetic structure of puzzle games devolved or mutated?

January 21, 2015 - When it comes to puzzle games, you would think that it's all been said and done, yet here comes Splice. With a very clever premise and deceptively simplistic gameplay, you'll want to stare into this microscope until you unravel every single cellular mystery.
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Fat Princess: Piece of Cake Review

Fat Princess: Piece of Cake Review (PlayStation Vita)

Will the princess finally get her just desserts?

January 19, 2015 - Fat Princess has had a few incarnations over the years and this installment sees her royal plumpness in a freemium match-three puzzler. Although this may set off a few red flags, its clever utilization of RPG elements makes it quite an enjoyable experience. However, the question remains; is it worth sticking around for dessert or should you cut this meal short?
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Family Tennis SP Review

Family Tennis SP Review (Wii U)

This family settles their feuds on the tennis court

January 16, 2015 - You would expect a game entitled Family Tennis SP to be shovelware, but it's a surprisingly good time. You'll enjoy every minute you spend as one of eight highly competitive family members while you slice, lob, and smash your way to become head of the household.
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Shake Spears! Review

Shake Spears! Review (PlayStation 3)

To joust, or not to joust, that is the question

January 14, 2015 - Sometimes a game comes out with a title that explains everything you need to know. Obviously, this is a game about jousting while shaking a spear up and down. Although there's a bit more to it than that, you already have a firm understanding of what to expect.
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Joe Danger 2: The Movie Review

Joe Danger 2: The Movie Review (PlayStation 3)

Bear witness to the most daring stuntman since Super Dave Osborne

January 12, 2015 - Joe is back and now he wants to be a movie star. Why not give him a hand by controlling him through many different movie sets while driving a variety of vehicles? Trust me, it'll be fun! But, be careful; Danger is involved.
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Adventures of Lolo Review

Adventures of Lolo Review (NES)

The tale of a heartbroken anthropomorphic blue ball

January 9, 2015 - Games that require you to use your brain to solve practical puzzles are few and far between. Adventures of Lolo is a classic puzzler that will make you scratch your head until your hair falls out. However, nothing feels more rewarding than mastering each challenge that this delightful game will present to you along the journey.
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Woah Dave! Review

Woah Dave! Review (PlayStation Vita)

Dave seriously needs to go to rehab

January 7, 2015 - Very few games succeed in recreating the look and feel of the retro arcade era quite like Woah Dave! does. You'll find yourself playing over and over again while trying to beat your high score without the burden of opening a roll of quarters.
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Trine Enchanted Edition Review

Trine Enchanted Edition Review (PlayStation 4)

Prepare for a soul-binding experience

January 5, 2015 - As a 2D platformer that went above and beyond gamers' expectations, Trine gets a much deserved remake after five years since its initial release. This version is just as magical as the original and it'll be difficult not to let it captivate you from start to finish.
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