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Dec
03
2016
Nov
02
2016

DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 Review

Do you Ka-ma-ha-me-ha? Yes it’s the time once again for another Dragon Ball game. In a licensed franchise that seems to be going just as long as the show it’s created from, there seems to always be a game for both newcomers and old fans to jump back into the world of Dragon Ball. Xenoverse 2 has arrived on PC, Xbox One, and PS4 and it’s an improvement over the original, but by how much?

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Sep
12
2016

PAC-MAN Championship Edition 2 Review

PAC-MAN Championship Edition 2 is the official sequel to the XBLA original in 2007, and while we saw a “DX” quasi-sequel in 2011, it was everything from the original PAC-MAN Championship Edition and and improved greatly on those systems. PAC-MAN Championship Edition took risks with moving away from a pure survival for high-score focused gameplay and instead focused on a more strategic type of play for high-scores. PAC-MAN Championship Edition 2 doesn’t quite take the same risks, doesn’t have a graphical leap with new consoles, and instead plays it safe with “more of the same” in delivering fast and energetic gameplay, at a cost of feeling fresh.

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Jul
05
2016

One Piece: Burning Blood Review

“Oh look it’s another One Piece game” is probably something that is mumbled across players breathes when a new title in the franchise is released. That’s not to say it’s a bad thing, but the franchise gets more love then most when it comes to videogame releases. While most of the more recent releases have been brawlers or RPGs, here we have a fighting games. Does it have enough action and interesting for fans and newcomers though?

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Jun
24
2016

PAC-MAN 256 Review

Hipster Whale’s take on PAC-MAN with PAC-MAN 256 was an instant hit on mobile. The mobile version was free, but with ads. If you wanted extra currency, you could watch an ad, or you’d have to wait for a reward. PAC-MAN 256 eschews all of that to prove it’s a game that can stand without ad support. It is an endless runner (of sorts) that has you attempting to gain a high score while unlocking power-ups to ensure your place atop the leaderboard. It’s such a unique and exciting way to play, you’ll have a hard time stopping.

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Jun
22
2016

PAC-MAN 256 available on Steam, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One today

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BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. today released PAC-MAN 256™ for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, and PC via STEAM.  One of 2015’s most celebrated mobile titles, PAC-MAN 256 finds PAC-MAN in an endless race against an all-consuming glitch as he gobbles up as many Pac Dots, fruit, power-ups, and ghosts as he can with an all-new four-player mode to try and achieve an all-time high score.

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Apr
29
2016

Ray Gigant Review

Sometime in the near future, a new PlayStation Vita game is about to drop into players hands. That said, the near future also a perilous time in the world of Ray Gigant as huge menacing creatures have attacked and only a few people have the power to stop them, one in particular. With him comes great power, but will they all be able to stop the Gigants from killing everything?

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Mar
24
2016
Dec
06
2015
Dec
03
2015

Sword Art Online: Lost Song Review

Hi, my name is Justin and I do not watch the anime this game is based off of. That said, I did find some enjoyment in the game Sword Art Online Hollow Fragment. It took an extended and alternate storyline to the ending of the series and expanded on the idea and franchise. It was a fun experience, but one that seemed a bit average at times if not repetitive. Do I find the same results with this sequel? Yes and no. Lost Song starts on the idea that the players from the initial incident in the anime, who were once stuck in a MMO online for 2 years, are now back into the world of gaming. I don’t know if I could ever personally play a videogame again if I knew it killed my friends and had the potential to kill me in real life, but as some people know, MMO games can be addictive and even deadly. Life, imitating art, imitating life, quite possibly.

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