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Review: Tekken Hybrid

Namco-Bandai has at least three Tekken releases planned within the next year. Ushering us into this largesse of Tekken bliss is Tekken Hybrid, a cute compilation of a movie, a demo and an HD re-master, all offered

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Review: The King of Fighters XIII

The King of Fighters XII displeased many series fans with its severe deficit of characters, features and functional online play. That entry branded an ugly stain onto the series’ long and storied history and it made potential

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Review: BloodRayne: Betrayal

A fresh take on the BloodRayne series is something that I don’t think anyone would object to, considering the critical reception the series has gotten in the past. This entry is a 2D side scrolling beat’em up/platformer

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Review: Dungeon Siege III

Dungeon Siege III is the third numbered entry in the popular Dungeon Siege series. It marks the console debut for the series, finally giving console owners the opportunity to dabble in the combat, questing and looting the

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Review: Shadows of the Damned

Shadows of the Damned is a pretty wacky survival horror TPS from developer Grasshopper Manufacture. It was produced by Grasshopper CEO Suda 51 and Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami. Obviously the game is stylistically and aurally pretty

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Review: Radiant Historia

It isn’t everyday that you play a game that incorporates a component as gimmicky as time traveling and turns it into an amazingly unique and creative experience. Radiant Historia from popular JRPG centric developer Atlus is one

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Review: PixelJunk Shooter 2

PixelJunk Shooter 2 is the sequel to PixelJunk Shooter and the latest entry in the rather popular PixelJunk series. This puzzle title has rewarding game play that doesn't deviate very much from that of its older incarnation,

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Review: LittleBigPlanet 2

LittleBigPlanet 2 is the sequel to the universally acclaimed platformer LittleBigPlanet from 2008. This sequel, while remaining in large part the same as its predecessor, mixes new content and familiar game play to create something that could

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Review: Golden Sun: Dark Dawn

Golden Sun: Dark Dawn is the follow up to the highly acclaimed Golden Sun: The Lost Age which released for the Game Boy Advance back in 2003. While I have never played that game and can’t attest