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Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Review

I’m no stranger to the world of role playing games and the effect Mario has had on them. From the original Mario RPG on SNES to Sticker Star Story, there has been plenty of adventure to have with the little plumber who could. Ok so maybe Mario hasn’t had a huge overall effect on the genre, but he has been a staple in my gaming life for years and it’s great to see them take two different eras of Mario RPGs and smash them together in the ultimate paper jam.

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Stella Glow Review

Strategy, turned based RPGs have not been the role playing preference for me growing up. I enjoyed games in the genre that allowed exploration and fighting. SRPGS usually required more flow with building characters and fighting strategies and it was something I felt overwhelmed with. Fast forward to years later and I couldn’t be happier with them. Now seeing as this is the final game release by Imageepoch, I had to give it a whirl and it’s thankfully a great, albeit familiar RPG to end on a high note.

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Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden Review

Dragon Ball Z is something of a relic for me. I grew up watching episodes with my high school friends.  It was an interesting show, with too much filler episodes, but yet had some awesome fight scenes when they did show up.  Luckily with game versions of the series, players get to take control and beat the crap out of enemies instead. We have had a ton of DBZ games, so does this one stand out at all?

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The Legend of Legacy Review

When a new roleplaying games comes out, if it has a certain style or charm to it from a visual standpoint, that is usually enough to get me to play it. Roleplaying games encompass a huge part of my childhood and always bring back fond memories, along with new ones created.  The Legend of Legacy has solid art design and a fantastic looking world, but these things along don’t always make a game great.

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CAPCOM announces the Mega Man Legacy Collection for PS4 and Xbox One


Capcom, has announced Mega Man Legacy Collection includes faithful reproductions of the original six Mega Man games along with a new Challenge Mode and a Museum collection of art assets that will appeal to both new players and diehard fans.

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1001 Spikes Review

The games that brought you the most grief, the most heartache, are the ones you remember the most. There’s Battletoads, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Ninja Gaiden to name only a few. They rest in the pantheon of difficult games you most likely never beat. 1001 Spikes aims to be that kind of game. While it is beatable, it is not willing to just let you.
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Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate ­ “New Management” Trailer

Developed by Armature Studio, Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate brings the core Arkham pillars to a handheld format for the first time to Sony and Nintendo handheld systems. Featuring stealth gameplay, free-flow combat, and Batman¹s infamous gadgets, Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate captures the genuine Arkham feel players have come to appreciate. A companion game to Batman: Arkham Origins, players can continue the storyline of the console version and discover more details of the Dark Knight’s past. After gang-fueled uprisings occur within the walls of Blackgate Prison, Batman is called in to restore order and put an end to the rebellion before the chaos implodes. With gripping 2.5-D graphics, fully voiced narrative, and a captivating storyline, players will explore deep inside the bowels of this remote island penitentiary that plays an important role in the Arkham universe.

Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate will release on PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS. Batman: Arkham Origins developed by WB Games Montréal will be available for the PS3 , Xbox 360, the Wii U system, and Windows PC. Both games will release worldwide on Oct. 25, 2013.