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Overcooked Review: Taste of Victory

An exciting and fun cooking-inspired co-op game, Overcooked takes its players to the kitchen in a fast-paced extravaganza.
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Final Fantasy X Review – The Evolution of Final Fantasy

The launch of the PlayStation 2 ushered in a new era for the Final Fantasy series. As the series evolves, fans say good-bye to the tried in true in favor of something new. Join Tidus as he explores the cursed world of Spira and uncovers it's dark secrets.
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Tales From The Borderlands Revisited

The folks over at Gearbox know a good thing when they see it, and when it comes to the Borderlands franchise they’ve got a good thing. Since the release of the original Borderlands game...
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I am Setsuna Review: A Glimpse on Past Glory

The highly anticipated I am Setsuna was designed in the shadow of legendary JRPGs to fill a void. While newer Western RPGs take a leaf from a grittier book and classic JRPG titles constantly...

Final Fantasy IX Review – The Evolution of Final Fantasy

We’ve come to the final franchise entry for the PS1 era. The series developed from the 8-bit medieval fantasy into a more realistic and futuristic game, each with a twist on game mechanics and...

Top Ten: E3 Rumors, Speculations, and Confirmations!

It’s that time of year again! Where rumors fly, gamers cry, and the anticipation is killing us all. Yes, the Christmas time of the gamer world is upon us. Of course, I’m talking about...

Final Fantasy Tactics Review – The Evolution of Final Fantasy

Sandwiched between the release of FFVII and FFVIII was one of the most addicting and wonderful spin-offs of the Final Fantasy series. Final Fantasy Tactics is a hidden gem, taking on a look unlike...

Role Word Play: Letter Quest Remastered Review

A blend of word know-how and RPG tactics, Letter Quest has the best of both worlds when it comes to fun, challenging puzzles and tricky wordplay. Bacon Bandit Games made it extremely easy to...
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Nostalgia Train: Wolfenstein 3D

Welcome back to the Nostalgia Train! This month’s entry will focus on an old gem from the PC world – we’re talking MS-DOS. Of course, following its release, this first-person shooter (FPS) was ported...

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