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Journey is a new game that has been released on the PSN. For PlayStation+ members they have had access to the game since the 7th of March, but it will be released for everyone on the 13th. It is from … Continue reading


I enjoyed Final Fantasy XIII, but the game was critiqued for linearity among other things. How much was XIII-2 able to improve upon those faults and make a quality game in the FF franchise? Continue reading


These are just a few of my favorites from 2011’s slate of gaming. Continue reading


I finished up Trainyard, which was recommended by Jrow, and I was looking for a new game to waste time on, that is when I found Jetpack Joyride! JJ was created by Halfbrick Studios, the same masterminds that brought us … Continue reading


Trainyard, developed by Matt Rix, is a really fun, challenging, and feature-filled puzzle game that challenges you to get trains to arrive at their destination properly. Continue reading


Catherine, the first game developed by Atlus’ in-house team for current-generation consoles, is a game that I was looking forward to quite a bit. Did Catherine meet my absurd expectations, or was it a bold experiment that didn’t pay off? Continue reading


Portal 2 was a tough sell to me. Everything I saw and read about it made me nervous and I didn’t want to put down the $50 or $60 to buy the game. I thought the game would be too easy and short with no reason to go back and play it again… Continue reading


Since June 2010 when Satoru Iwata brought the 3DS out at E3, the gaming world has been anxious to get its hands (and eyes) on the 3DS and see what this system can do and how it can do 3D without “goofy goggles”. Today the system released in the US. Continue reading


With the American release of Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy (the 012 is read duodecim) right around the corner, Square-Enix released Dissidia 012 Prologus: Final Fantasy on the PSN. Does Prologus come with enough stuff to justify the $2.99 price tag? Continue reading


Bejeweled 3 brings us the same great match-3 action we’re used to, but adds in a variety of modes. Sure, Bejeweled is fun, we’ve all played it and own at least one version of it somewhere, and we can play it for free on Facebook and such. Is it worth the $19.99? Continue reading