Harold Review

Being a guardian angel seems like it would be tough work. Even more so when you’re tasked to help a bumbling man named Harold win a series of races. And…

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Cubicity Review

  Cubicity is simple game in both style and structure.  While not the most innovative game, the allure of the game comes from coming to grips with its mechanics and…

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SimCity Beta Impressions

The closed beta for EA and Maxis’ SimCity ended yesterday. For those lucky enough to obtain a code, you have probably already put in some time. Others who might still…

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Review: Dragon Quest IX

This review was originally published August 18, 2010, and is republished here for your convenience. Oh, Dragon Quest, how they love you.  In Japan, anyway.  With the recent release of…

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Review: Dragon Quest VI

Another feature that will be somewhat familiar to those who played previous Dragon Quest games is the ability to recruit monsters.  However, in this DS version, you can only recruit…

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Review: Dragon Age II

Let us take a set back from the rioting fans attacking EA Bioware forums, the padded review created by the company, and other developer stupidity. Let us take Dragon Age…

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Review: Aqua Panic Deluxe

This review was originally published December 31, 2010, and is republished here for your convenience. Released on December 1st of this year, Aqua Panic for the iPhone and iPad provides…

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Review: Red Faction: Battlegrounds

After the success of the first three Red Faction titles, Red Faction: Battlegrounds released recently to tide fans over until the release of the fourth installment.  However, Battlegrounds takes the…

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Review: SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs

Regardless of some minor problems I mentioned above, the single-player provides an entertaining experience. There are a number of large shootouts throughout the 14 missions; something that might trouble previous SOCOM…

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