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Spelunky Review

Spelunky Review

This indie platformer embraces death and if you want to enjoy it, you will have to as well.

World Gone Sour Review

World Gone Sour Review

I’ve seen games with product placement. I’ve also seen games that were full-on commercials. There hasn’t ever really been one of the latter that was considered a good game. Then, along comes World Gone Sour...

Rayman 3 HD Review

Rayman 3 HD Review

Over the years, Rayman has become a household name. With the revitalization of the franchise with the new Rayman: Origins, Ubisoft’s armless, legless mascot seems to be making a big comeback.

Rayman Origins Review

Rayman Origins Review

One of the most critically praised 2D platformers of the generation makes its debut on Sony’s new handheld with the Vita release of Rayman Origins. Ubisoft’s 2D painting-come-to-life leaps...

Jak and Daxter Collection Review

Jak and Daxter Collection Review

I have a confession to make. I love HD collections. With the demise of backwards compatibility and my memory making older games look better than they actually do (I am looking at you Resident Evil Remake)...

ScaryGirl Review

ScaryGirl Review

I am not going to lie, before I got my copy of ScaryGirl I had never even heard of this IP. The unique art-style and premise of the game are what interested me. On the outside, it may look like your standard...

Super Mario 3D Land Review

Super Mario 3D Land Review

Convincing anyone that the 3D in the 3DS was vital to gaming has been a challenge. Nintendo impressed everyone with its glasses-free technology, but ever since launch, it has become more of a bullet point...

Rayman Origins Review

Rayman Origins Review

I cannot begin to describe the excitement I had diving into Rayman Origins for the first time. It wasn’t just as a fan of the series that I was ecstatic to see a classic platformer with 2D visuals that leaped off the...