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GAME REVIEW | PC Port Finally Puts "Disgaea" In A Good Place

Disgaea was released in North America way back in 2003 for the PS2 by the way of publisher Atlus under...

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GAME REVIEW | "Alwa's Awakening" A Nice Alternative to "Battle Kid"

There are a lot of Metroidvanias out there, but not many of them are set to the aesthetic of Battle...

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GAME REVIEW | A Puzzling Work Of Digital Art In "Circles"

Video games are often a great tool used to revamp one's energy and clear the mind of the daily worries....

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GAME REVIEW | Updated Revelations Await in Latest "Guilty Gear Xrd"

Even though this review is a bit late, it is quite timely for the upcoming PC release of Guilty Gear...

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GAME REVIEW | "The Walking Dead: A New Frontier" - Episodes One & Two

There are moments in The Walking Dead universe where you think the characters are just about to catch a break....

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FILM REVIEW | A Brilliantly Bizarre Adventure In First "Dofus" Movie

There's something quite breathtaking about viewing an Ankama Animation production. Gorgeous worlds, memorable characters, epic scores, and fantastic writing have...

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GAME REVIEW | A New Twist on the Bat-Mythos In Telltale's "BATMAN"

I reviewed Episode One of Telltale's take on Batman awhile back (which you can read about here), but now that the season is...

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GAME REVIEW | Screen-Scrolling Dungeon Crawling Suspense in "Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics"

While I have never played the original One Way Heroics despite owning it, the game proved popular enough for a...

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The B3 Holiday Gift Guide 2016 Special!

The holiday season is upon us, which means that you're probably stuck trying to figure out what to get everyone...

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GAME REVIEW | An Old Dog Rises to Fight Again in "Slain"

When Slain originally released back on PC several months ago, it was in a very poor state. The hitbox seemed non-existent,...

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