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Review: Harvest Moon Lil' Farmers

Several years ago, Natsume released Harvest Moon: My Little Shop on WiiWare. At the time, I jokingly referred to it as ‘baby’s first Harvest Moon’ which it was in a way. The game simplified the franchise’s design dow...   read

 
 
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Review: Friday the 13th: The Game

Ch...ch...ch... Ah...ah...ah... Somehow I’ve made it through life without viewing a single Friday the 13th movie, yet after playing this game I feel it’s probably unnecessary (see what I did there above??). Kickstarted back in O...   read

 
 
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Review: Stellaris: Utopia

They said I could grow up to be anything I wanted. So I became a robot. To say my Federation-friends were alarmed might be an understatement, but with the threat of space fascism out there, there is more to worry about than a species of cud...   read

 
 
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Review: Phantom Dust

How about that Xbox One, guys? So many hot exclusives have come out this year for it such as, well, nothing. Okay, okay, there was Halo Wars 2, but you already forgot about that like most people have, right? I sure did.  But don't worr...   read

 
 
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Review: Dark Rose Valkyrie

The idea of having people from different game companies work on a project together is something that always piques my curiosity. These moments can result in wonderful creations that might've never happened if the teams didn't join forces, s...   read

 
 
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Review: Block'hood

I wasn't sure what to expect when first booting up Block'hood. The screenshots are gorgeous and it looked like a city-building game, but I had no real understanding of the mechanics or details. Now that I'm familiar with it, I'm confident i...   read

 
 
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Review: Wonder Woman

DC Comics and Warner Bros have been, well, let's say misguided in their attempts at launching a series of films comparable to Marvel's success. Deciding to push through critical failure (thanks to overall box office success), the ...   read

 
 
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Review: Tokyo 42

There's a neon heart at the center of Tokyo 42's cyberpunk playground. The isometric, open-world action game feels as though it could fit in your hands; a diorama of sleek architecture meant to be spun and examined from every angle. Its mix...   read

 
 
 
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Review: Tekken 7

Tekken is probably my most on-again, off-again fighting game series. I played the first three and Tag relentlessly, but fell off somewhere around Tekken 4, occasionally popping in to see what crazy character entered the fray next,...   read

 
 
 
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Review: Astro Duel Deluxe

Did you know that Spacewar!, arguably the first video game ever made, had a simulated black hole? Years later Asteroids didn't even feature anything that advanced but is more widely known. Astro Duel Deluxe is a multiplayer spirit...   read

 
 
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Review: Danger Zone

Before computer technology advanced to the point that we could realistically render automobiles, racing games took on a much more simple approach to driving. You didn’t have to worry about clutching or shifting and most of the action ...   read

 
 
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Review: Emily is Away Too

Emily is Away wasn’t the first visual novel I had ever played, but one of the few to transport me into a period of my life I thought I left behind. Maybe that was due more to the accurate recreation of Windows XP and AOL Instant Messe...   read

 
 
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Review: Vanquish (PC)

Platinum might be a universally loved company, but not all of their games are. This is especially evident in the studio's era of licensed projects, with Korra operating as their most polarizing game to date, alongside of the contentiou...   read

 
 
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Early Access Review: Dead Cells

You've probably played parts of Dead Cells before. Its DNA is familiar, a patchwork assembly of recognizable influences. There are echoes of Symphony of the Night and Super Metroid in the 2D action platformer. Rogue Legacy's persistent unlo...   read

 
 
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Review: Perception

A first-person story-driven horror game with a strong blind female protagonist made by former developers of games like BioShock and Dead Space has got to be good, right? Plus, it has all the workings of a game someone, like myself...   read

 
 
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Review: RiME

Rime has been through hell. Tequila Works initially pitched it to Microsoft, which didn't end up working out. Then they went to Sony with another exclusive offer, which did work out, until it didn't. Now they're back with a vengeance on fou...   read

 
 
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Review: Rock Band VR

I wasn't really sure what to expect when heading into Rock Band VR. I love the series, so more of it is always a good thing, but I knew this was something completely different. Perhaps that is the best way to describe it: something differen...   read

 
 
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Review: Injustice 2

Back when I was playing the original Injustice: Gods Among Us, I didn't think a superhero fighting game could get much better: A decent single-player story, some fun side diversions, and the opportunity to send that smug little prick Nightw...   read

 
 
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Review: Expeditions: Viking

“We need wealth and power,” my huskarls would say. “Those with power are meant to be feared. Take what is yours.” “No, I will not spread this negative, derogatory stereotype of Vikings that will inevitably refl...   read

 
 
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Review: Arkanoid vs. Space Invaders

Arkanoid vs. Space Invaders has slowly taken over my life. Jordan first brought it to my attention last week, and today I play it everywhere I go. I play it on the bus, I play it on the train, I play it at my desk when I’m sure nobody...   read

 
 


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Samhain

Im refreshing the SNES Mini product page and listening to this on This may be how I

 
Flegma

How do you pour gasoline on the flames that are conspiracy theories why Nintendo hasnt rolled out the Switch VC service yet? Ninty seems to know the

 
Singapore Sling

Going to start DQVIII on the 3DS Should keep me busy until Spla2oon comes out and consumes my

 
Raiku Shackleford

Remember when Iron Maiden appealed to the Hot Topic scene? #bootlegtoid

 
Greenhornet214

Im just sad to not have DKC 2 and I never got to play much of

 
dephoenixlikessandwiches

I live in a relatively small The only two places to buy new games are Walmart and Based on the NES Classic, my town will get approximately 4 SNES What are the odds Ill even see one in person? Answer: 0 #ClassicNintendo

 
Parismio

Guys I think I have a A Dreamcast problem

 
Shibboleth

Holy Star Fox 2?

 
medicamecanica

the snes classic would be such a great gift for my dad, since he to this day still pulls out the super nintendo to play metroid and star BUt if I did secure a preorder Id have to be crazy not to scalp that shit on

 
indigit4l

Cool video of Ben Heck modifying the Switch controller so its more ergonomical for the right analog Its a good watch, like all his