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4.67 stars 4.67/5 Stars Average score of 6 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

Hey, Listen! 0

Thirteen years have passed since the original release of Ocarina of Time. Popping in the tiny grey cartridge into my 3DS made me reminisce of the days I would invite myself over to my neighbor's to hog his N64. However, I do have to confess--I never beat the original version. Knowing that, my opinion should hold more value considering three-fourths of the content is all new to me.I could sit here and list all the new features the remastered version totes but I'll save you the time: it's in 3D an...

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Your limbless worries are over! 0

I jumped on the Dues Ex: Human Revolution hype-band-wagon impulsively. Having never played any of the previous titles in the series I got a little rush dramatically clicking the purchase button on Steam (had Valve's little distribution platform not saved my credit card there's a good chance I wouldn't be writing this right now). I live on the edge, just like you decisively can as Adam Jensen in Eidos Montreal's cyber-punk inspired world set in 2027.Naturally, the tables feel turned as I write th...

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Le Bat is Back 0

Before getting into the nitty gritty of why this game deserves praise, it should be known that I am by no means a perfect-score, reviewing whore-man. If anything, more recently, my tolerance of video games has worn thin. It takes a really immersive piece of work for me to rave about it. Perhaps it's my growing lack of patience in life or maybe I should be diagnosed with ADHD.Nonetheless, it's very easy to preach the great things Rocksteady has accomplished in this second installment of the Arkha...

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Prime Gets Better 0

The Metroid series is one of the most unsurpassed video game series of all time. Every installment in the series has been great, most notably the 3D adventure Metroid Prime for Gamecube. You would think that to take one of the best 2D side-scrollers of all-time and convert it into 3D would be quite a feat. Well, the studio down in Texas accomplished it. Retro Studios made a first-person shooter that mixed with the mechanics of an adventure game; it had puzzles and a fine dialogue while still bei...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Worth Your While 0

The racing game genre in recent years has split between varieties of themes. Most racing games can be categorized under street, simulation, or arcade racing. The Burnout series squeezes a little bit from each of those categories and makes the thesis of the game quite clear: wreck havoc. Burnout Paradise takes a turn into new territory this time around, giving the opportunity to freely cruise throughout an open-ended city. The city's name is pretty obvious given the title of the game, but many ro...

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One of the PSP's finest titles to date 0

I've been a PSP owner since it's release in March of 2005. For the longest time I only owned one game; the PSP's library (if you could even call it that) of games wasn't very appealing. During the past few months I've dusted off my PSP and bought a few games that I've heard to be the cream of the crop. God of War: Chains of Olympus is one of those video games.Having never previously played any of the other God of War games, I was curiously excited. The visuals needed no introduction. Playing jus...

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