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Resistance 3 Review
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Despite launching with the PlayStation 3 in 2006, Resistance has never been as popular as other Sony franchises. Quite frankly, that’s because the games were never as good as anything under the Sony banner. Killzone 2 and 3 play and … Continue reading

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No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise Review
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No More Heroes was one of 3 games I owned for the Wii. Amongst a sea of cookie cutter Nintendo fluff, it stood out like a sore thumb (but in a good way).  To this day, it remains my favorite … Continue reading

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El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron Review
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Very rarely do I experience a game that presents me with such a blending of fantastic artistry and epic story telling. Okami, Shadow of the Colossus, and Ico; all these titles have presented us with such a mix. Now El … Continue reading

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The n00b’s Review to Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition

I’ve never been very good at fighting games. In most cases, if you know two or more combos I’m powerless against you. However, that’s never stopped me from enjoying them, and that feeling multiplied exponentially when I watched most of … Continue reading

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Catherine Review
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After playing Atlus’ Catherine for a little over nine hours, the best word I’d have to describe it is… interesting. Catherine tells the story of Vincent Brooks, a 32 year old game programmer whose being pressured into marriage by his … Continue reading

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Alice: The Madness Returns Review
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The original American McGee’s Alice came out back in October 2000 for the PC. While I never really played much of the first one (Sorry, keyboards make lousy controllers), I liked the concept and the artwork behind it. So when … Continue reading

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Duke Nuke Forever Review
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As gamers, we all know that delays can happen. A frustrating occurrence yes, but we’ve learned to accept it. A few months wait is worth it, if it means that we get an awesome experience. So you can imagine the … Continue reading

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L.A. Noire Review
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Adventure games have had somewhat of a comeback in recent years, mostly in the form of lightweight, downloadable offerings by Telltale. However, LA Noire is the first example of a big-budget, full-fledged $60 adventure game we’ve seen lately. And it … Continue reading

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Brink Review
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The latest title out of independently-owned British game development company, Splash Damage (best known for their online FPS games, Enemy Territory: Quake Wars and Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory), is Brink. Continuing their trend of delivering FPS’, Brink sets to redefine the … Continue reading

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Swarm Review
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Ever since I bought DeathSpank from the PSN store last year, the name ‘Hothead Games’ became one of my benchmarks for fun, not-so-serious downloadable games. While we at PlaystationUni never got to review Deathspank’s follow-up, Thongs of Virtue, the announcement … Continue reading

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