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3.67 stars 3.67/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

Great collection of Tetris-based games 0

Before buying Tetris: Axis, ask yourself this question:Can I convince myself to pay $30 for a Tetris game in 2011?If no, don't bother with the rest of this review. There is absolutely nothing in this world that I can do to convince you otherwise, I am certain. Blocks move down the screen, you line them up,and then clear the board, row by row by shining row.However, if you are able to stomach the entry point (which is indeed $10 cheaper than most 3DS games, I should point out), you'll find that t...

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The Ghost of Sparta rides again. 0

It is impossible to refine perfection.   God of War III’s biggest challenge is trying to live up to the immense success of its predecessors while still delivering a unique experience.   The problem that evolves from this is that the first two games in the God of War trilogy were so ridiculously epic and fun to play that the third game needs to toe the line on occasion, to attempt to free itself from its own shackles as a franchise.   God of War III may not be anything new, but damn if it doesn’t...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Old-school, both in difficulty and gameplay 0

As one of the most intense and frantic games that I've ever played, Bit. Trip Beat revolves around you moving a Pong-like to repel a hailstorm of "beats" flying from right to left across the screen.  The beats are bits that move in a set pattern, either moving straight ahead or bouncing, exploding, or anything else you can think of.  It's a simple enough concept, but the variations in the forms of the beats makes you think fast and put your eye-hand coordination as well as your memorization skil...

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