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Build that Wall 0

                It was with muted anticipation that I started Bastion. Previews showed something like a cross between Diablo and Zelda with a vaguely JRPG style look. I thought it would be an interesting time waster, and I quickly downloaded the demo and started it skeptical of laying $15 for a product.                 “Proper story’s supposed to start at the beginning. Ain’t so simple with this one. Now here’s a kid whose whole world got all twisted, leaving him stranded on a rock in the sky...

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Gratuitous in Every Way 0

It's strange to review this game so late after its release, but the announcement of Gratuitous Tank Battles allowed me to plunge back into its older space-based predecessor. Right away, Gratuitous Space Battles presents itself as a narrowly focused space strategy and simulation eschewing nearly all forms of user control during battle in favor of AI commands, formations, and spaceship building before the battle begins. The feeling of sending a huge fleet that you painstakingly designed is exhilar...

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A Safe Purchase 0

Defense Grid is a tower defense game.  I could probably end the review right here and most people would already know the experience.  You build towers with guns.  Aliens attack in the deadliest form of offense known in the universe: a slow peaceful parade.  They die, you get money, towers get upgraded or reinforced, and repeat until the waves of aliens stop.   Compared to Plants vs Zombies, Defense Grid is much truer to its simpler brethren found all over flash sites.  It's streamlined and well ...

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