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  • Publisher(s): EA
  • Developer: Pseudo
  • Release Date(s): TBA
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Cel Damage Review

In the grand list of HD remakes I’ve wished for, Cel Damage HD lies somewhere between Blood Wake and Mad Dash Racing. Frankly, it’s incredibly odd to see a forgettable Xbox launch title getting the high definition treatment as a cross-buy release on PS3, PS4, and Vita. Why did it happen? Who is the rabid fanbase for this? Those aren't questions to be answered in a review, but... Read Review

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Rusty Hearts Review

Perfect World's new free-to-play brawler is finally here. Vito Gesualdi finds out whether this multiplayer RPG beat-em-up is worth your money. Wait, it's free? Read More

Vito Gesualdi Sep 29, 2011 | Comments
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Rusty Hearts Preview

I play a lot of MMORPGs. I wouldn’t say that I’m picky when it comes to them; I’ll try anything. It takes a really good game to keep me around Read More

Lance Liebl Jul 26, 2011 | Comments
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PlayStation Move Heroes

For a long time there, Sony didn’t really have the big names to launch a console. While Nintendo has a whole stable of mascots to flagship each of Read More

Ben PerLee Feb 9, 2011 | Comments
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Malicious [import] Review

Malicious, from little known Japanese developer Alvion, is a 3D action game in the vein of God of War and Devil May Cry that was released on the Japa Read More

Richard Eisenbeis Jan 4, 2011 | Comments
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Gods vs. Humans Review

Not too many games manage to actually make gamers feel like chumps. Sure, people feel cheated when they play a bad game that was incredibly overhyped Read More

David Sanchez Dec 22, 2010 | Comments
Pearl Harbor Trilogy - 1941: Red Sun Rising Review
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Pearl Harbor Trilogy - 1941: Red Sun Rising Review

  World War II has been the subject of many video games over the years. And well it should; it was a particularly rich and interesting time in history, with plenty of ready-made epic stories to tell. Nowadays, the description "World War II game" is typically associated with the first-person shooter genre. But it wasn't always that way. Back in the 90s, gamers reliving this period usually did so from the cockpit of an aircraft. Pearl Harbor Trilogy - 1941: Red Sun Rising (Red Sun Rising) marks the return of this oft-neglected genre of gaming: the historical flight game. Placing players in the role of an anonymous pilot for either the US or Japanese air force, Red Sun Rising attempts to simulate the air war over the Pacific, starting with the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. It does so with limited success, no thanks to the fact that this is clearly a game with something of an identity crisis. Read More

kombo Sep 12, 2010 | Comments
Red Steel 2
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Red Steel 2

The one idea that sprang forth to mind when the gaming collective heard about motion controls, and the Wii specifically,... Read More

kombo Apr 15, 2010 | Comments
Last Rebellion
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Last Rebellion

Last Rebellion offers a unique battle system, but its complexity and lackluster story leave little to be desired. Read More

kombo Feb 25, 2010 | Comments
Nintendo Download - 11/16/09 - Try Before You Buy: Nintendo Offers 5 Game Demos to Guide Holiday Sho
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Nintendo Download - 11/16/09 - Try Before You Buy: Nintendo Offers 5 Game Demos to Guide Holiday Sho

This week's Nintendo Download brings something a little bit different to the mix: downloadable WiiWare demos. Who would have imagined, right? The demos available thus far are BIT.TRIP BEAT, FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES: My Life as a Darklord, NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits, World of Goo, and this week's new release, Pokémon Rumble. And speaking of Pokémon Rumble, members of Club Nintendo will be able to unlock an exclusive Toy Pokémon character for use in the game. Virtual Console has two classics in Indiana Jones' Greatest Adventures for the Super NES, and yet another version of Street Fighter II, this time for the Turbografx. At least it should make a decent companion for last week's release of Fighting Street. And finally, DSiWare has a triple threat of a new Art Style program, Arcade Bowling, and Robot Rescue. For more details on each of these titles and the demo downloads, check out the full press release after the cut. Read More

kombo Nov 16, 2009 | Comments