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REVIEW: Mercenaries Saga 2

One of my favourite games since I started playing video games many years ago is the Final Fantasy Tactics series. From the time I picked […]

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REVIEW: Puzzle and Dragons Z + Super Mario Edition

At first glance you might consider Puzzle and Dragons Z to just be another typical game in this genre. Really though, thanks to collecting monsters […]

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REVIEW: Samurai Defender

Samurai Defender is my kind of game. It’s simple to understand, easy to pick up and play and has just enough depth to make it […]

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REVIEW: A-Train 3D: City Simulator

Anyone that knows me knows that I’m a big transit guy. I love buses and trains alike, so the thought of a game where I […]

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REVIEW: Code Name S.T.E.A.M

One of the things that I appreciate is when Nintendo comes up with a new IP. Sure I love Mario and will never grow tired […]

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REVIEW: Zombie Incident

I know that sometimes the term “old school” is thrown around a lot. Talk of any game that looks, plays and feels like it could […]

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REVIEW: Adventure Bar Story

Adventure Bar Story is an RPG set in a fantasy world in which you go on adventures with party members and manage a bar. The […]

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REVIEW: Pokémon Shuffle

Nintendo has finally ventured into the foray of free-to-pay games, something that has long been a staple of mobile gaming. Also known as ‘freemium’ games, […]

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REVIEW: Excave

Excave is a classic dungeon exploration RPG from Japan, that has a lot of promise from the opening intro but comes up just a little […]

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REVIEW: Ace Combat Assault Horizon Legacy +

I wasn’t sure how much fun I’d have with an aerial combat game when this came across to me. I mean the last real game […]

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