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Classic Game Review: Risk Factions (XBox 360) 

Classic Game Review: Risk Factions (XBox 360)

Sometimes war doesn’t have to be as brutal as it seems, maybe all it needs is some kooky remodeling. Nearly everybody has played the iconic Hasbro game, Risk at some point. The game is a ruthless game that pits friends against friends and family members alike in a time-wasting euphoria in the ultimate goal of […]

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Classic Game Review: Paper Mario Series (N64/GameCube/Wii/3DS/WiiU) 

Classic Game Review: Paper Mario Series (N64/GameCube/Wii/3DS/WiiU)

Almost every gamer has experienced the storyline behind the Mario series of games, whether it be from the classic Super Mario Bros from the NES or Super Mario Galaxy for the Wii or even as simple as Mario Kart on the various platforms. Nintendo has caught the eye of the average gamer from the start, […]

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Classic Game Review: Patapon (PSP) 

Classic Game Review: Patapon (PSP)

Sometimes its time to blow the dust off of the old portable game systems and dive into some epic retro gaming. I was drawn back to the 2008 Pyramid/Japan Studios “rhythm god” game, Patapon which was released on the PlayStation Portable (PSP). The title name is developed from the Japanese onomatopoeia, pata (marching) and pon […]

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Classic Game Review: Xenogears (PSOne) 

Classic Game Review: Xenogears (PSOne)

Xenogears starts out following the protagonist character of Fei Fong Wong, who had been abandoned at the door step of a small village elder when he was young by a mysterious man with a mask. Fei trained in martial arts through his life in the village and came to love painting. During his time in […]

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