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Kunio-kun is alive and kicking
November 10, 2015 - Only badasses live in River City. This is the concept that has driven the Kunio-kun series for decades. Here, our favourite rivalling schools duke it out in a collection of four sports but is attending the festivities worth a few punches to the face?
Read more: River City Super Sports Challenge: All Stars Special Review
The Doctor enters a blocky dimension
November 8, 2015 - Doctor Who is an iconic series that has been around for over 50 years. If any doctor deserves to be shrunk down to Lego form; it's this one. You may wonder how well TT Games treated this unique pop culture phenomenon, so read on and find out.
Read more: Lego Dimensions: Doctor Who Level Pack Review
Introducing TwinBee's modest console sequel
November 6, 2015 - Konami's TwinBee is a timeless classic arcade shmup. More than a year after its debut, a console-exclusive sequel was released and later ported to the west under the title Stinger. Does this iteration live up to its predecessor? Dr. Cinnamon might know, but let me tell you.
Read more: Stinger Review
Finding words has never been so moderately enjoyable
November 4, 2015 - When it comes to searching for words, Boggle has been the go-to board game for decades. This video game iteration incorporates some nifty new wrinkles, but is that enough to make it worth rolling the dice on?
Read more: Boggle Review
It definitely bombs, that's for sure
October 31, 2015 - Nothing shows lack of creativity more than copying someone else's ideas. Every Extend Extra came out almost ten years ago and it was a pretty fun game, so why the heck would anyone take the effort to create an awful variation of it in 2015?
Read more: Color Bombs Review
A logically sound puzzler
October 30, 2015 - Creating a puzzle game based around programming logic is a brilliantly unique endeavor. However, does it still hold up if you don't have a passion for programming? IF (intrigued==TRUE) THEN GOTO [paragraph 2].
Read more: Human Resource Machine Review
Rolling out the old school
October 29, 2015 - Hardcore fans have wanted a game that stays true to Transformers' roots for years. In comes Transformers: Devastation with a promising visual style and the return of many iconic voice actors, but does that alone make it a good game?
Read more: Transformers: Devastation Review
A triumphant return to platforming greatness
October 21, 2015 - Yoshi sure had his fair share of ups and downs over the years. You may wonder if turning him into a crochet toy was really a good idea. Thankfully, it was; so grab your needles and let's knit one unforgettable yarn.
Read more: Yoshi's Woolly World Review
KiKi KaiKai on the go
October 19, 2015 - Many games from back in the day simply don't age well. The classic KiKi KaiKai and Pocky & Rocky titles were solid yet nothing that special. However, does this pocket-sized interpretation have what it takes to transcend the series?
Read more: Pocky & Rocky with Becky Review
That's the power of Lego
October 18, 2015 - A few days prior to the future in the original Back to the Future film, I decided to review Lego Dimensions' take on the franchise. So hop in your DeLorean and let's travel through time to see what's included in this Level Pack.
Read more: Lego Dimensions: Back to the Future Level Pack Review