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SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated Review

SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated Review SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated marks the return of one of the most iconic licensed characters to enter the 3D platforming fray. Sadly, this flashy remake feels more like a skin-deep remaster in practice, doing little to fix …

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The Dark Eye : Book of Heroes

The Dark Eye : Book of Heroes Unsurprisingly, The Dark Eye: Book of Shadows has some technical issues with crashes and mission-killing bugs, but those pale in comparison with the game’s biggest flaw: its lack of imagination or originality. I don’t think it’s a cynical cash-grab. I think that the …

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Evan's Remains

Evan's Remains A fancy title must always be attached to a fancy game. Evan’s Remains has a certain quality of intrigue to it that is evident from first glance. Gorgeous pixel detail, an isolated environment, and a keen focus on human psychology and heart. Suffering from some issues with landing …

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Beyond Blue

Beyond Blue Should you be looking for a brief distraction or simply a game with a bare input to see most of what it has to offer, Beyond Blue provides a quaint, if a touch short, detour away from the regular catalog of current-year releases. While everything around the core …

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Samurai Shodown

Samurai Shodown Samurai Shodown is a great fighter that looks beautiful, and deserves a much bigger audience than it has – but as of right now, there aren’t enough players online to satisfy fighting game fans, and there isn’t enough singleplayer content for more casual fans. The new characters that …

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Persona 4 Golden

Persona 4 Golden Persona 4 Golden is a genuine, bona fide work of art, and one of those games that show the potential for the video game format to offer more than cheap thrills. It’s one of those games that you get the feeling will be remembered as a masterpiece …

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