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Nintendo Warrior. Fan of pretty much all game genres.

Samurai Warriors 4 Review – The Way of The Warrior

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Action games are making a comeback this year. Not too long ago we were plagued with shooter after shooter, and although the shooters are still releasing in full force, we’ve seen action games making resurgence – Bayonetta 2 released to huge acclaim, Hyrule Warriors was a surprise star, and now we have Samurai Warriors 4, [&hellip Read more

Super Smash Bros. Wii U – 50 Must-See Things Livestream set for 24th October

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This morning in a Press Release issued by Nintendo it was announced that October 24th will see a livestream on the Nintendo Direct website, where they will show 50 Must-See features for the Wii U version of the highly anticipated party game. The game will be released in the EU December 5th and NA November [&hellip Read more

Natural Doctrine Review – Cruel and Unusual

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“Games just aren’t difficult anymore” is a phrase thrown around by elder, nostalgic gamers regarding the games of their youth. In a sense, there’s some truth to it; Super Mario 3D World is hardly as challenging as Super Mario Bros. if you’re a newbie, or – heaven forbid – the Japanese Super Mario Bros. 2 [&hellip Read more

DanganRonpa 2: Goodbye Despair Review – Hello Adventure

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Luminous pink blood splatters on walls, cryptic hints that look as important as garbage, a cast of characters so zany they could look right at home on Cartoon Network… Yep, DanganRonpa is back. For those that are unaware, DanganRonpa is a murder mystery slash graphic novel where you and a group of other teens are [&hellip Read more

Destiny Review – Just Not Meant To Be

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It feels like eons ago that we heard Bungie was breaking up with Microsoft, and now that Microsoft has custody over their lovechild Halo, Bungie’s in need of a brand new triple-A IP to wow their desperately hungry audience. After a long wait, many believed a new dawn could be coming for Bungie – and [&hellip Read more

Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited – Worth the Visit

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Despite being a long-running and very popular series, I doubt you would be blamed if you were to admit that you’d never heard of Disgaea. Still, being over a decade old and with fans all over the world, there are very good reasons to pay attention to this adorable little Turn Based Strategy series! In [&hellip Read more

Pokémon Trading Card Game for Game Boy Color is released on 3DS Virtual Console July 10th

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In a surprising turn, Nintendo UK has today announced that Pokémon Trading Card Game for the Game Boy Color will see release on 3DS Virtual Console this week – July 10th.   The game was a cult classic, with many Pokémon fans calling for either a remake or an all-new game in the series for [&hellip Read more

GRID Autosport Review – Start Your Engines…

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Racing fans have been anticipating this one for a while, and GRID Autosport is finally upon us. Codemasters’ latest entry in the GRID franchise gives players a huge variety of vehicles to drive, events to participate in and tracks to zoom along. The main question is, is it well made? In short, yes. GRID Autosport [&hellip Read more

One Piece: Unlimited World Red Review – King of the Pirates

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The fourth game in the One Piece Unlimited series by Ganbarion promises to be the very best game in the series yet, perfecting the blend real-time action combat and RPG elements. Does the title deliver on all it promises? Well, there are downsides and upsides, but all in all, Unlimited World Red just may be [&hellip Read more

Mugen Souls Z Review – Cute But Troubled

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Adorable, cute and endearing are all words I would use to describe Mugen Souls Z. Tedious, frustrating and longwinded are just a few more words I would use. Oh dear, a cutesy charming JRPG with a lot of charm is let down by long, boring dialogue, performance issues and an odd premise that makes it [&hellip Read more

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