Posts Tagged ‘Action’

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Logic Fails: Review of “Operation Logic Bomb”

October 12, 2009
Logic Bomb? My god..

Logic Bomb? My god..

I’m a little fence with some shooter games. Some of them are quite boring and you can easily cruise through probably a quarter of the game without noticing, or you can spend that same time cursing every single imaginable deity as you use your 20th continue(I’m looking at you, Contra 3!). This is not entirely the case with Operation Logic Bomb as it mixes both loads of action and an incredibly limited Continue system. Just to give you a heads up, you get three continues. Three.

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In Space, No One Can Hear You Curse: Review of “Sigma Star Saga”

October 7, 2009
She is, in fact, holding her boob. I'm as surprised as you are.

She is, in fact, holding her boob. I'm as surprised as you are.

Peanut Butter and Jelly. At first, you think why the hell I’m talking about food when I’m supposed to review a game, but let me get to the point. It sounds weird at first, but when combined, it makes for a truly delicious food. Such is also the case, sans deliciousness, with video games. Developers have tried different genres to merge together to make a game, which comes out either in fantastic¬† or disastrous results. In Sigma Star Saga‘s case, a hybrid RPG/Shooter made for the Gameboy Advance, the effects of this hybridization is fairly ok.

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Advance Makes It Sound Cool: Review of “Metal Slug Advance”

October 1, 2009

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Metal Slug Advance is a run and gun game for the GBA that was created by SNK Playmore and canon to the Metal Slug Series. If you’re familiar with this game, then it’s clear to say those summer days in the laundromat were wasted, along with a pocketful of quarters, to this game.

I remember spending $5 to this game and not getting past the third level in the arcade version. I sucked at it.

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God Is A Teenage Boy: Review of “Terranigma”

September 29, 2009
Really, God is a teenage boy

Really, God is a teenage boy

Terranigma is a game that was released on the Super Nintendo that was developed by Quintet, which was published by Enix (now SquareEnix) and Nintendo subsequently released the English, French, German, and Spanish languages in PAL Territories, which quite simply put, this game was not released Stateside. It is also the Spiritual Successor of Illusion of Gaia which is ALSO the Spiritual Successor of SoulBlazer. Still with me?

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Leading Armies, Getting Tuff and Going Up A Tower: QuickReview!

September 16, 2009

QuickReview (noun): A sudden, and efficient way of reviewing more than one game in a short, concise post. See Multitasking.

Today we review three, plot-light games that you may or may not have heard of: Magic Sword, Mr. Tuff, and Ogre Battle: March of The Black Queen.

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