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  • The dungeon crawler genre has found a home on the DS with titles like the Etrian Odyssey series, Dark Spire, and Strange Journey gracing the system. The only game of […]

    Review: Unchained Blades (PSP)

    The dungeon crawler genre has found a home on the DS with titles like the Etrian Odyssey series, Dark Spire, and Strange Journey gracing the system. The only game of […]

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  • Paradox Interactive has been on a roll these past few years: Europa Universalis III, Hearts of Iron III, Victoria II, and Crusader Kings II have all been far more popular […]

    Review: Hearts of Iron III: Their Finest Hour

    Paradox Interactive has been on a roll these past few years: Europa Universalis III, Hearts of Iron III, Victoria II, and Crusader Kings II have all been far more popular […]

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  • For a very long time, JRPGs have been one of my favorite genres. I’ve played several of the Tales games, a large number of Final Fantasy games, Dragon Quest, a […]

    Review: Record of Agarest War 2

    For a very long time, JRPGs have been one of my favorite genres. I’ve played several of the Tales games, a large number of Final Fantasy games, Dragon Quest, a […]

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  • I’ve had it pretty good as a game reviewer. I’ve been writing and reviewing games for a while now, and thankfully, I have yet to cover a truly bad game […]

    Review: FTL: Faster Than Light

    I’ve had it pretty good as a game reviewer. I’ve been writing and reviewing games for a while now, and thankfully, I have yet to cover a truly bad game […]

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  • This time of year is always daunting for gamers with so many highly anticipated AAA titles flooding the market week in, week out. Many would advise that this time of […]

    Review: Legasista

    This time of year is always daunting for gamers with so many highly anticipated AAA titles flooding the market week in, week out. Many would advise that this time of […]

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  • It’s no secret that I like Musou games, what we know commonly in America as Dynasty Warriors. That style of game and their focus on parts of history I’m familiar […]

    Fireside Chat: Jumping the Review Shark

    It’s no secret that I like Musou games, what we know commonly in America as Dynasty Warriors. That style of game and their focus on parts of history I’m familiar […]

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  • In light of how Pokémon Black & White Version 2 are set for release in Japan on June 23, Crystal and Mel of Gaming Bus have decided to review their predecessors, […]

    Review: Pokémon Black & White

    In light of how Pokémon Black & White Version 2 are set for release in Japan on June 23, Crystal and Mel of Gaming Bus have decided to review their predecessors, […]

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  • Even the most traditional gamer would be hard pressed to deny the growth of mobile devices as competent gaming devices, and Apple’s iOS devices are the front runner in this […]

    Review: SPLIT!

    Even the most traditional gamer would be hard pressed to deny the growth of mobile devices as competent gaming devices, and Apple’s iOS devices are the front runner in this […]

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  • The one thing about the video game industry is that there will always be a market for even the most niche titles. It may not be huge, but if you […]

    Review: Naval War: Arctic Circle

    The one thing about the video game industry is that there will always be a market for even the most niche titles. It may not be huge, but if you […]

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  • I’m a big tennis fan. In fact, I played three years of tennis in high school and ranked sixth place in doubles in Europeans. I’ve always been disappointed that there […]

    Review: Mario Tennis Open

    I’m a big tennis fan. In fact, I played three years of tennis in high school and ranked sixth place in doubles in Europeans. I’ve always been disappointed that there […]

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