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Trine 2 Review

When the original Trine was released back in 2009, it received plenty of praise for its unique puzzle-solving elements involving physics. Developer Frozenbyte has since mastered the craft and decided to grace us…

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The King of Fighters XIII Review

I love a good fighting game. It’s in my blood. Pulling off huge combos and mastering a character over the course of hours upon hours is my thing. I always look forward to the newest fighters. Learning the…

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Mahjong Cub3d Review

Mahjong Cub3d sounds like a good idea on paper; take advantage of the 3DS top screen and give a classic two-dimensional game new depth (pun intended). Unfortunately, the concept doesn’t fare well…

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The Cursed Crusade Review

The Crusades remain mostly underused in gaming. Recently we had the mediocre First Templar, and now developer Kylotonn is taking a stab at it with The Cursed Crusade. The Crusades are ripe for…

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Rock of Ages Review

Tower defense is a genre I still feel is coming into its own. Whether you love it or hate it, chances are you have played some form of it over the past few years. Atlus, a company known for creating…

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Catherine Review

Almost everyone has nightmares. Some can be quite vivid. Some you will remember, some you may not. Some have a ridiculous premise that makes almost no sense…