With an update to the textual elements, balancing of plug-ins and the inclusion of some actually challenging levels to complement the [...]

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All the elements are executed well, and there are a couple of nice little additions, but the game does nothing to excel the franchise as a whole. On one hand, if you enjoy or are new to the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series (which many younger […]

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Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth has a number of positive aspects (the compelling narrative above all others) and is probably one of the best Digimon games I have ever played, but it is undermined by some poorly designed and executed elements. It feels unpolished, and despite […]

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If Hidetaka Miyazaki’s business card doesn’t read “Hello. My name is Hidetaka Miyazaki. Have you played my game? Prepare to die” then there is much more amiss in this world than just my inexperience with his Dark Souls franchise. For those Patrick Star- subscribers or […]

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Here ends my three part series on the Nintendo ‘NX’- the device that may or may not exist in the mechanical flesh sometime in 2016. [...]

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What do the world number 1 ranked ‘Poppy’ player of 2015, the best Jungler of the OCE, and the captain of the Legacy OPL team all have in common? They are all impressive titles to hold, and they are all firmly in the grasp of […]

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Currently 5th in challenger tier on the Oceania League of Legends solo queue ladder. Winning Rookie of the OPL Split 2 in 2015. These are just two of the enviable achievements of inaugural Sin Gaming team member, Jason “RYmeister” Ryan. On January 14th, I sat […]

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FOREWORD If you type “Nintendo NX” into Google, I can almost guarantee* you that the first dozen articles listed will be speculative or presumptuous in nature. Why? As discussed in Part 1 of this series, Nintendo has been tight-lipped about their upcoming console since former […]

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On March 17th, 2015 Satoru Iwata (then director and president of Nintendo) and Isao Moriyasu (President and CEO of DeNA) [...]

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Station Stop Review

Station Stop is on the precipice of being a good (though not great) product but needs to spend some time in the maintenance yard. I think this is another cog to add to the discussion on the trend toward the release of ‘unfinished’ games with […]

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