Category Archives: Playstation 3

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Luftrausers [Review]

Apr
10
2014

There is something about the setting of the early to mid 20th century that somehow makes for some pretty good video games. For instance, there's Papers, Please that puts you in the shoes of someone working for a scary communist regime, albeit a fictional one. There had been a ton ...

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Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z [Review]

Mar
30
2014

Every once in a while, spin-offs of existing games come up to liven things up and show a twist to what's familiar. However, when that includes something that many agree to be overdone and cliche, then maybe it's best to leave it be. The Yakuza series had Yakuza: Dead Souls, ...

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Dark Souls II [Review]

Mar
18
2014

In a time when casual gaming is what brings in the big bucks for most companies, it is said that making a game that is too difficult is quite risky as it may not sell very well. However, games like Demon's Souls, Dark Souls, tons of indie action platformers like ...

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Ultra Street Fighter IV – Decapre (New Character) [Preview]

Mar
17
2014

The existence of a mysterious fifth new character for the upcoming Ultra Street Fighter IV had been confirmed months in advance, building up hype and anticipation. Fans did detective work to uncover the secret identity, and hints about who it was were dropped by Capcom. But now, at long last, ...

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South Park: The Stick of Truth [Review]

Mar
7
2014

To think there would be a South Park game that's actually decent, or even a TV/Movie licensed game that is remotely playable. The only South Park games that anyone may remember is that shooter with the cow launcher, but it wasn't anything to write home about. But this South Park ...

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Thief (2014) [Review]

Mar
4
2014

Rebooting a old franchise is tough. There are longtime fans to please, as well as first-timers to convince that it was good through an updated version. It's a tightrope act of staying faithful to the source material while implementing new elements to freshen things up. This is even tougher in ...

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WRC Powerslide [Review]

Feb
28
2014

Motorsports have always been a source of inspiration for video games, mostly from actual motorsports or Fast and Furious style racers. One of the former is the World Rally Championship, which is known for high speed off-road racing on dirt and gravel with Scandinavian flicks and powerslides, and quite a ...

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Rambo: The Video Game [Review]

Feb
24
2014

There are times when you may encounter some games that are not just inferior in quality, but also questionable in how it came to be in the first place. There are more ways for games to be made these days, so just about anyone with a harebrained idea and enough ...

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The Last of Us: Left Behind Walkthrough [Guide]

Feb
15
2014

A 100% spoiler free walkthrough guide of The Last of Us: Left Behind. Enjoy!! ...

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Assassin’s Creed: Liberation HD [Review]

Jan
21
2014

At last, after over a year since its release in the PlayStation Vita, the Assassin's Creed game featuring a female assassin is now out for consoles and the PC. The mobile version was released at the same time as Assassin's Creed III, which has been seen as the weakest title ...

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Blood Knights [Review]

Jan
12
2014

Many of the role-playing games these days have more sophisticated elements to them, and the more crude ones are usually those MMORPGs that have saturated the market since the mid to late 2000's. It has been a while since the good old dungeon crawler had been seeing more releases that ...

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Joe Danger [Review]

Jan
10
2014

Going independent, especially after having been a developer of big titles, must be quite an experience. However, it seems that those who do go through this process somehow retain their passion for making games (unless you're someone who can't take the pressure). They then come up with titles that may ...

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Contrast [Review]

Dec
2
2013

The good thing about puzzle adventure games is that you get the balance between subdued but interesting gameplay and storytelling. There are some good ones that have no story at all, but they make up for it with the sense of wonderment that one feels upon discovering something new along ...

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Need For Speed: Rivals [Review]

Nov
28
2013

The Need For Speed franchise has always been a good racing series for those who think that Gran Turismo and Forza are too hardcore and console-exclusive for their taste. The titles that come out are mostly hit-or-miss, with some being hits during release while others not being very good. There's ...

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XCOM: Enemy Within [Review]

Nov
22
2013

When XCOM: Enemy Unknown first came out, it became a big hit from out of the blue as no one expected it to play so well and be so affective to the players' emotions. It wasn't just a good turn-based tactics game that did everything just right, but it also ...

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