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3.75 stars 3.75/5 Stars Average score of 4 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

Because 'The Legend of War' Sounds Bad 0

  Darksiders plays much as one might expect it to. Players take on the role of War, one of the four Horsemen of the Apocalypse normally charged with maintaining balance between Heaven and Hell, in a quest for revenge against a figure known as the Destroyer for bringing about the Apocalypse early and causing humanity to be completely wiped out. War is able to slaughter a path through thousands of demons along the way, performing combos with various weapons, spending Souls to learn new abilities a...

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Flawed Beauty 0

                With its beautifully redesigned graphics, its superb voice acting, and an astounding amount of new post-game content,  Muramasa: The Demon Blade is an excellent remake of the first two games in the Muramasa series…or at least that’s what I wish I could say. In truth, Muramasa is the newest game by Vanilla Ware, makers of the sleeper hit Odin Sphere, and while it is at its core a good game, it is weighed down by numerous flaws.                  Those who are looking forward t...

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A Perfect Blend of the Old and the New 0

  Super Mario Galaxy is the Mario game for everyone. I don’t mean ‘everyone’ in the typical sense of it being easy and family-friendly, but that it has something for every gamer from the new to the old and from the casual to the hardcore. Since Mario is now both in space and on the Wii gamers might think that the game relies heavily upon motion controls and gimmicky gravity-based regions. Instead, the game does make good use of gravity, but still contains plenty of traditional platforming and ev...

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Good Idea, Solid Gameplay, Bland Execution 0

I would like to start by stating that there is nothing fundamentally wrong with Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords. Anyone who likes Bejeweled will almost certainly like Puzzle Quest and the game certainly gives enough content for its price, especially if a player does the sidequests. Spells add a noticeable amount of strategy to the Bejeweled formula and can often be combined with each other for great results; every spell has its uses and the spells are surprisingly balanced. Customization...

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