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Posted by Joshua Ramey under Reviews on 19th November 2013 at 3:00am
Has it always been your dream to play with magic water? Yeah, mine too. Although the oddest of ideas, it can still be rather entertaining. Why don't we see where this takes us?
Fluidity is another one of those games with little-to-no story. This isn't always bad, as in this case it can be good. Large story segments would get in the way of the actual gameplay and dampen (Heh) the experience. Within a magical book, you are a small pool of water, and . . .
Posted by Luke Schlachter under Reviews on 12th November 2013 at 6:00pm
Do you ever wonder how the Samurai back in the day held their daily simulations? And no, they didn't have 3DS's back then. Alas, the game teaches us that the Samurai used tactics in focus, precision, and devilish speed. This being said, Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword holds true to the name of those skilled Japanese warriors.Story
The setting is in a Japanese homeland where a deity-princess is the life of the land, but is eventually ca. . .
Posted by Daniel Grana under Reviews on 11th November 2013 at 3:00pm
Is Gabrielle's Ghostly Groove 3D a game with great dance moves and flair or is it a game that reminds you of your grandmother trying to be hip and cool in front of your friends but unfortunately ends up breaking her back to everyone's misfortune? Put on your dancing shoes, join the back of the conga line and read on to find out!Story
The game starts off by briefly introducing you to the main protagonist of the game, Gabrielle a c. . .
Posted by Joshua Ramey under Reviews on 10th November 2013 at 3:00pm
There are two types of games in this world: There are games that follow the latest trends, and then there are games that completely break the mold and offer the player something new. The latter, is a game called VVVVVV. VVVVVV, pronounced as V, is one of the more recent games by Terry Cavanagh, developer of some more popular freeware games like Don't Look Back and Super Hexagon.
The story in this game is very basic, but still very present througho. . .
Posted by Luke Schlachter under Reviews on 10th November 2013 at 3:00pm
Think tower defense. Think strategy. Dillon’s Rolling Western stars Dillon, an armadillo, and his trusted squirrel partner, Russ, as they travel from town to town defeating rock-like enemies named Grocks who search to prey on Scrogs. Scrogs are pig-like creatures who act as the town’s resource of whom you are defending. Every time a Grock invades the town you’re defending, it eats a portion of your Scrog amount. To put it simply, the mission is to protect the town’s Sc. . .