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3DS Review: Johnny Kung Fu

There was once a time where board games would have been considered “portable gaming.” Once the concept started resembling what we know it as today, we were presented with the light-based Electronic Football, which evolved into Tiger’s LCD line of games that made everyone gathering in the lobby before a day of elementary school jealous. […]

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Review a Bad Game Day!: G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra (Xbox 360)

As adapted from Diehard GameFAN Summer blockbusters may be fizzling away for the year with the season coming to a close, but that’s not stopping some familiar names from dropping onto the silver screen for a twentieth century reimagining. This latest effort modernizes one of the many treasured cartoon series I enjoyed prior to hauling […]

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NES Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Tournament Fighters

Regardless of their quality, Konami had three extremely popular Ninja Turtles games for the NES under its belt and when the Street Fighter craze swept the world, the company had no better license to slap onto a fighter than the heroes in a half shell. While this meant the Super Nintendo and the Sega Genesis […]

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Thoughts on Super Street Fighter IV AE (360)

Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition Developer: Capcom Publisher: Capcom Genre: Fighting Release Date: 07/07/2011 (DLC); 07/28/2011 (Retail) Back when Street Fighter IV reinvigorated the fighting game scene in 2009, the balance between consoles and arcades became an epic struggle. The game first splashed onto the scene in Japanese arcades, leaving many gamers elsewhere without […]

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XBLA Review: Bastion

Bastion Publisher: Warner Bros. Developer: SuperGiant Games Genre: Hack ‘n’ Slash RPG Release Date: 07/20/2011 The Xbox LIVE Arcade format has seen a resurgence of genres long thought dead in the field of endless FPS titles, but 2011 in particular has been kind to fans of hack ‘n’ slash RPG titles. Opening the curtain for […]

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PC Review: In the Groove

If dancing is your thing, Roxor Games has upped the ante for PC/Mac gamers, releasing the first retail arcade-to-computer rhythm translation in about five years. The result is a fresh title that provides a completely overhauled experience for those looking to tap their toes to their home computer. In the Groove is the latest commercial […]

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