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Music of the Spheres: Review

Music of the Spheres is a beautiful experience, but it fails to live up to some of its potential. That's not to say you shouldn't play it, I actually highly recommend it, but there are some caveats you should b...
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Retro City Rampage

Retro City Rampage is an amusing throwback title. Not every game requires an Oscar-worthy story or gorgeous visuals. Sometimes clever gameplay design can overcome any shortcoming, as is the case with RCR. I...
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Guacamelee: Review

I expected a mindless, side-scrolling brawler out of Guacamelee, but was surprised with how rich its experience is. I enjoyed throwing opponents all over the place with wrestling moves, but the deep combat syst...
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Slayin: Review

Slayin was lifted straight out of the 8-bit Nintendo era, cleaned up, modernized and thrust into the Apple app store. The game would fit right in at an 80’s arcade gallery right next to Pac-man and Galaga wi...
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Organ Trail: Review

Organ Trail does a great job of capturing the essence of what made The Oregon Trail great, while adding it’s own unique flair. It is humorous, nonsensical and fun. The Men Without Hats’ zombie-themed homage...
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Journey: Review

Every console cycle, there are a handful of games that define each platform. Journey is one of these games for the PlayStation 3. While not perfect, this special breed of a video game is so radically distinct t...