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Alexandre Guimond

  1. Valkyria Chronicles Review



    Once in a while, a game comes around and exceeds pretty much every expectation we had prior to its release. Whether it is its innovative nature, or a revisited winning formula, some games are able to blow our minds on pretty much every aspect. The superior nature of a game like that can be attributed to its fantastic graphics, fluid gameplay or plain uniqueness. Itís even harder to achieve such ...

    Updated 06-09-10 at 07:04 by SteveSawyer

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  2. Borderlands Review



    Has there been a genre more exploited than our eclectic war fests? It is becoming more and more evident that gamers have high attachment to first person shooters. They are willing to keep on buying these products regardless of their monotony or unoriginality, as long as it’s possible to shoot people in the face. Ever since we were able to chainsaw demons apart, or stick a grenade on somebody’s ...

    Updated 06-09-10 at 07:35 by SteveSawyer

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  3. Retro Review: Ufouria: The Saga



    From the moment we were able to download our favorite classic games off the PSN, or the various NES titles that shaped our childhoods on the Wii Virtual Console; Japanese game localization has been blooming like dandelions. We’ve been given the “best” out of Japan in the past few years, and all those forbidden gems are now available for all to play, (at pretty reasonable prices too). Sunsoft ...

    Updated 06-09-10 at 07:33 by SteveSawyer

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  4. Earth Defense Force 2017 Review



    Tokyo has never been treated too well in Japanese fiction for the past 60 years. From Godzilla to Frankenstein giant ape monsters, King Geedorah and countless other alien invasions, the Nippon capital has had its fair share of destruction. With all the monster movies Toho Company has made along the years, you would think that the Japanese would start to appreciate their country being brought to sunder. But, ...

    Updated 06-09-10 at 07:33 by SteveSawyer

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  5. Global Agenda: Sandstorm Review



    From the moment we were able to download our favorite classic games off the PSN, or the various NES titles that shaped our childhoods on the Wii Virtual Console; Japanese game localization has been blooming like dandelions. We’ve been given the “best” out of Japan in the past few years, and all those forbidden gems are now available for all to play, (at pretty reasonable prices too). Sunsoft ...

    Updated 06-09-10 at 07:33 by SteveSawyer

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