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Review: Ace Combat Joint Assault

Ace Combat: Joint Assault hit the PSP and it delivers exactly what the title offers, a 2 to 8 player online or Ad Hoc experience. So if you can’t find 7 friends to sit in a room

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Review: Castle Crashers

Two years have passed since we saw the curious pixilated knights hit the Xbox 360 via the arcade, and now PS3 fans have their shot via the PSN. Has the quartet of knights lost anything or gained

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Review: Halo: Reach

Halo: Reach encompasses both the beginning and the end. Bungie's final entry in the Halo series goes back to where it all started; planet Reach. After the conclusion of the Halo trilogy, fans are now brought to

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Review: Widgets Odyssey II

In Widgets Odyssey II, the fate of robot-kind is in the hands of five robots who have left their planet after it had been destroyed by the Cosmic Sneeze. Join Bruce, Cosmo, Helmut, Monk and Spad as

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Review: Metroid: Other M

The last three console Metroid titles have been a great 2D to 3D translation of the series. The team at Retro Studios did the series justice with the three Metroid Prime games, and it has been three

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Review: Ys Seven

I went into Ys Seven with few expectations, and even less knowledge of the entire franchise than I wanted. Needless to say, it was an RPG and I’m all for trying new RPGs. This one was no

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Review: Mafia II

Mafia II gives you the opportunity to relive 1943 to 1957 in American history where cops and robbers each had a grand role. You play Vito Scaletta an up-and-coming wise-guy wanna-be with the usual appetites for money,

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Review: Worms Reloaded

Worms is a series that has been loved by its fans ever since the day of its inception. The classic formula of 2D destructible environments, humorous and offbeat voice-over tracks, and turn-based strategy mixed with live action

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Review: Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker

The Metal Gear Solid franchise has been one of the very few games in this industry that positively evolved with great consistency alongside progressing consoles every generation. It’s a series that has kept and gained a large

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Review: Shank

During this year’s inaugural PAX East show in Boston, there were tons of games on hand. All of the heavy-hitter publishers were there with their fancy gigantic booths trying their best to get the gamers in attendance

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Review: Arc Rise Fantasia

Traditional RPGs on Nintendo’s waggle-wand system are about as few and far between as they come, so once every so often when one comes around it is typically a big deal. I was rather excited to blow

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Review: Hot Shots Tennis: Get a Grip

Hot Shots Tennis: Get a Grip brings a comprehensive and robust tennis title to the PSP while also bringing RPG elements such as level-ups, character customization, and narrative-driven story to the table in an attempt to keep

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Review: Young Thor

Young Thor is a PlayStation Mini title that can be played on either the PlayStation 3 or PlayStation Portable. The game is a throwback to Norse mythological history which adds a cutesy-theme to the Action you can

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Review: Madden NFL 11

To understand where this review is going, we need to remember where Madden has been. The series has come along way since that infamous target render during the 2005 NFL Draft and last year managed to surpass

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Review: Shattered Horizon

As a long-time first person shooter fan I saw great potential in the idea of shooting in space with no gravity in spacious and elegant environments such as abandoned space stations and shattered asteroids. I welcomed the

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Review: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11

The previous iteration of this long running golf series, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 introduced the power of 1:1 controls before any game could, and it showed off what the future held for golfing games. Ladies and