Final Fantasy III Review

Final Fantasy III PSP

Final Fantasy III is a role-playing game that no fan of the genre should miss. Playing games that originally came out decades ago is a risky endeavor. For starters, a fresh coat of paint can’t disguise old design decisions, a dull story or high difficulty, but that’s only the tip…

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God of War: Ghost of Sparta Review

Like God of War 2 represented an improvement over its predecessor, Ghost of Sparta feels superior to Chains of Olympus in pretty much every single aspect. God of War: Chains of Olympus for PSP is still considered one of the best games available on Sony’s portable platform. After all, the…

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God of War: Chains of Olympus Review

Few compromises were made on this portable God of War game and that’s an achievement indeed. The experiences home consoles and a portable consoles offer have always differed significantly. After all, when porting a game from a console to a portable device, concessions need to be made, content needs to…

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Streetkix Freestyle Review

Streetkix Freestyle’s repetitive nature makes the game boring only a few hours after you’ve started playing it. Over the years, the video game industry has seen the release of numerous rhythm games. Titles like Parappa The Rapper, Patapon, Guitar Hero, Rock Band, Donkey Konga and Elite Beat Agents might have…

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Black Rock Shooter: The Game Review

Black Rock Shooter - The Game Front

Despite its run-of-the-mill narrative, Black Rock Shooter: The Game is a compelling action RPG that’s entertaining to play and pretty to look at. Without a doubt, there’s a popular fascination with post-apocalyptic settings. We are all familiar with these stories: the human race is on the brink of extinction due…

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Crush Review

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Inventive brain-teasers, enthralling mechanics and a gripping narrative make Crush a rare experience that you won’t soon forget. Undoubtedly, perspective-shifting is a really compelling mechanic that not many titles take advantage of. In fact, the only games that come to mind are indie darling Fez and Nintendo’s Super Paper Mario.…

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The Red Star Review

The Red Star (PSP)

If the idea of a beat ’em up that incorporates RPG elements sounds appealing to you, give The Red Star a chance. It won’t disappoint. On the surface, you’d be forgiven to think that The Red Star is a game in which you just fight hordes of different enemies in…

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Ultimate Ghosts’n Goblins Review

Ultimate Ghosts'n Goblins

A few old-school design decisions make Ultimate Ghosts’n Goblins feel like a relic from the past. Bionic Commando: Rearmed, Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix, Resident Evil for the GameCube and Mega Man Powered Up. These are some of Capcom’s most popular titles that have received remakes over the…

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