Old Man’s Journey

Old Man’s Journey is an instructively titled puzzle adventure game about an old man who goes on a journey. You don’t know where he’s going, only that he set off after receiving a bit of mail containing surprising news. He carries a rucksack and seems […]

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Puyo Puyo Tetris

Tetris and Puyo Puyo are games that rely on similar fundamentals. Clearing lines in Tetris is easy for anyone, but consistently clearing stacks of four and maximising a score takes planning and quick thinking. Popping a group of four Puyos is simple too, but creating […]

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Super Mario Run

Let me just say right out the gate, I’m a Nintendo kid. Always have been, always will be. I’m pretty sure I’ve played every main title Mario game Nintendo have ever released, and because they’ve been consistently entertaining, I’ll more than likely continue playing them […]

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Berserk and the Band of the Hawk

Back in 2006, I started to watch anime at the recommendation of a friend at the time. Being that we were both new to the medium, the results of our misadventures had a spectrum of quality ranging from terrible to “OK.” One of the first […]

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Dragon Ball Fusions

Fusions is one of the most interesting Dragon Ball games to emerge in years. It feels like a forgone conclusion for a Dragon Ball game to abide by the fighting genre, while the few that stray are predetermined to be low-budget off-shoots to sweep under […]

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Digimon World: Next Order

Despite being a fan of the first season of Digimon in my younger days, I have not previously put a decent effort into getting into any of the series’ many games. Last year’s Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth release caught my interest initially, but I never […]

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realMyst for Android

There isn’t much to be said here. Myst is Myst, one of the finest puzzle games to have ever been created, and now you can play it on your Android device. As someone who uses a Google Pixel to navigate the information highway, I can […]

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Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS

Mario Maker has been covered on the site before and, unsurprisingly, it was very well received. It was a polished, level building toybox of Mario level building blocks, which has been updated to include so much more than what was originally released. What’s not to […]

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7th Dragon III Code: VFD

I had some initial concerns about reviewing 7th Dragon III Code: VFD as it’s the last game in a series that’s been popular in Japan, but the first instalment to ever be localised by Sega for the West. I wasn’t sure if I would need […]

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Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse

To the fans of the core Shin Megami Tensei (SMT) series of JRPGs by developer Atlus, I believe I am the worst kind of person – a Persona fan. My first foray into this series was with the popular spin-off, Persona 4. After adoring every […]

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