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Posted by STGuy1040 on June 13, 2013 under Featured Review 1, Portables, Reviews
Hakuoki: Warriors of the Shinsengumi takes place during the climatic end of the 260 year shogunate rule. Japan teeters on the brink of chaos as political and supernatural powers intervene in the Shinsengumi's efforts to bring order back to society. As one of five Japanese warriors, the player must battle against overwhelming odds to rid Japan of its foes and restore the peace. Hakuoki: Warriors... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on June 13, 2013 under Featured Review 2, Portables, Reviews
Ever wonder what the Hare from the “Tortoise and Hare” thought of his loss? Run Sheldon answers that question. Old Man Hare wants your Golden Trophy so you have to run for it. As you run for it, you must jump and collect coins while avoiding hares that will kill you. If you run into a hare and die, you will have to pay coins. The amount of coins increases each time you die. If you run out ... more.
Posted by DaRipp3r on June 6, 2013 under Featured Review 3, PC, Reviews
Have you ever wanted to pull off the perfect heist? Monaco: What’s Yours Is Mine places you in control of a crew of thieves who are out to do just that. Monaco is more than your average crime game; the objective is to steal just about anything that isn’t nailed down and then escape without being caught. Monaco has no restrictions on how it can be played. The player can choose to be stealthy or... more.
Posted by DaRipp3r on May 31, 2013 under PC, Reviews
The highly anticipated sequel to Anomaly is finally here. For gamers not familiar with the series, Anomaly is a tower defense game with a few added twists. Things have been improved and some major changes have been applied to Anomaly 2. In fact, the features that gamers wanted in the previous game have finally come to light in this sequel. Even though Anomaly 2 is comprised of non-stop action, ... more.
Posted by DaRipp3r on May 22, 2013 under Euro, News, PC
While the world and people have begun to recover, foul creatures, bandits and worse have come to dominate the land. The fledgling civilizations of the world must first vanquish the monsters that freely roam the world before their kingdoms will flourish. Legendary Heroes is a stand-alone expansion pack to Fallen Enchantress, the epic 2011 fantasy strategy game from Stardock. Existing playe... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on May 21, 2013 under Portables, Reviews
The Earth's population has been decimated by a hostile alien race in the year 2051 AD. Over 7 billion humans perished during the invasion, and the entire world lay in ruin. The remaining human forces fight to liberate the planet from the alien threat, but their efforts are fleeting. With the help of special unit BRS - a recently awakened female Black Rock Shooter - humanity has one last chanc... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on May 21, 2013 under PS3, Reviews
Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut places you in the role of FBI Special Agent Francis York Morgan as he investigates the murder of Anna Graham in the quiet town of Greenvale. With the assistance of local Sheriff George Woodman and his deputy Emily Wyatt, the trio work tirelessly to find the person responsible for Anna's death. As details to the murder unfold, a string of new victims appear ... more.
Posted by STGuy1040 on May 2, 2013 under Portables, Reviews
As the name implies, Super Black Bass 3D by developer Star Fish is a fishing simulator for Nintendo 3DS. You play as either a male or female who enters the fishing tournament at Genesis Hole. Aided by Mary, a young woman who plans on opening a boat rental store, you are taught the basics of fishing and how to 'fight' your underwater adversaries. After entering the tournament, you must work your... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on May 1, 2013 under PC, Reviews
Ever dream of becoming an underwater photographer? Reef Shot by Nano Games (Desura $9.99) allows you to do just that. You are Scott who is working with Renee to photograph and explore the waters off Robinson Crusoe Island. Reef Shot starts off with the legend of City of El Dorado and how the city was moved in the 16th century to avoid a Spanish Commander, Lope de Aguirre. He was seeking the leg... more.
Posted by DaRipp3r on May 1, 2013 under PC, Reviews
Not since Dungeon Keeper for PC have we seen a game as complex or as entertaining as Impire. Both a role-playing game and a tycoon-style simulator, Impire has you managing a massive dungeon replete with hordes of nasty monsters (not to mention your main character). While the game has you building dungeons and micromanaging like Dungeon Keeper, it also has you foraging for resources such as food, m... more.
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