When I open a Zelda game, even if it’s a remaster, I always hear the sound of a treasure chest opening in-game—bah da da dah hh hh! With Twilight Princess, it was as if it’s suddenly 2006 and my GameCube is as desperate for this […]

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LEGO Marvel’s Avengers

LEGO and superheroes are always a good mix, both in toy bricks and in video game form. I was so excited to get my hands on LEGO Marvel’s Avenger because they are, without a doubt, the ultimate super crime fighting team. The Avengers group have […]

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Just Dance 2016

In 2008, one year before the original Just Dance video game boot-scooted its way onto shelves everywhere, Lady Gaga released her debut single- a song by the same name. Conspiracy? Freemasons? Illuminati? Perhaps. You see, Lady Gaga is a psychic. Her song was prophetic. Hidden […]

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Sweet Jesus, where do I start? Maybe with the fact that I’d feel a lot better about this game if it weren’t a full priced 3DS game. If it weren’t for the flimsy excuse for a story that were attached, I might have thought that […]

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Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden

I haven’t been satisfied with a Dragon Ball game for some years now. Where Dragon Ball Xenoverse took some long overdue steps in new directions, it wandered a little far from entertaining mechanics for my liking. Extreme Butōden, I hoped, would sit on the other […]

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Super Mario Maker

Almost everyone has played a Mario Bros. game in the last 30 years, on one of the numerous Nintendo consoles that supported the protagonist plumber. With more than 40 million Mario titles sold, there are favourite games, eras and characters with each new player. If […]

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Ninja Pizza Girl

There’s something about teaching and games that never quite works. 90% of the time, the games that try to hammer home a message just don’t deliver a satisfying game. There are certainly exceptions to the rule (like Particulars), but the vast majority of educational games […]

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Armikrog

Having played many point-and-click adventures throughout my childhood, The Neverhood was always a standout for me with its quirky humour and claymation art style. I remember being glued with interest by the oddly-shaped hero, Klayman, and the world he lived in; it was unlike any […]

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Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX

As an avid rhythm gamer, I’m always on the lookout for a new title I can sink my teeth into. Unfortunately the number of games I find that fit the standards of what I’m looking for are few and far between. When I heard that […]

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LEGO Jurassic World

Developer: TT Games Platform(s): Multi-Platform Release: 12/06/2015 I told myself I wasn’t going to review any more Lego games; after all, there weren’t any franchises left that I had been dying to see as playable Lego characters. Next minute, playable dinosaurs, movie-accurate worlds and a […]

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