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GAME REVIEW | "Trails of Cold Steel" Ports Nicely To PC

First off, before reading this, you might want to look at my actual review for The Legend of Heroes: Trails...

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GAME REVIEW | A Foxy Tale Enchants in "Seasons After Fall"

Nature has the power to brighten one's mood. Even when things are at its gloomiest, simply looking at a nearby...

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GAME REVIEW | Fronting a Badass Preacher Man in the 3rd "Trails in the Sky"

Trails in the Sky finally concludes in this installment of the first arc in the Trails franchise. Thankfully it took significantly less...

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GAME REVIEW | "The Walking Dead: A New Frontier" - Episode Five

And at long last, there was hope. Sure, many people died in Richmond -- some who deserved it, others who...

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GAME REVIEW | Connecting with Others & Self-Discovery Lies Within "Rakuen"

Every so many years there will be an indie game that will use a game engine that is often reviled,...

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GAME REVIEW | "Flinthook" More Vicious Than Scurvy-Tainted Sharks

Flinthook is one unforgivable bastard of a video game! Taking a cue from the likes of The Binding of Isaac...

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GAME REVIEW | "The Walking Dead: A New Frontier" - Episode Four

There's a feeling of dread every time I ready myself for an episode of Telltale Games' The Walking Dead series....

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GAME REVIEW | Delivering Euphoria For Your Own Good In "Gal*Gun" Sequel

While the first Gal*Gun game never made it to the West, PQUBE Games has brought its sequel Double Peace to Western...

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GAME REVIEW | Killing the Past in "The Silver Case"

Suda51 really only became known in the West around the time Killer7 came out, and even more so after the...

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GAME REVIEW | "Bulletstorm" Gets Well-Deserved Redux

Without a doubt, People Can Fly's Bulletstorm was last-gen's most underrated first-person shooter. Violent, original, and incredibly funny, the game...

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