140 Review

Video games and rhythm never cease to go together flawlessly, especially so with games that use it creatively, or at least intelligently. 140 from developer Jeppe Carlsen falls under the latter. It’s a minimalist platformer that ties basic jumping puzzles to the beat of music, testing not only your reflexes and dexterity but your sense […]

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Okami HD Review

High definition visuals are exactly what Okami needed. The original PlayStation 2 release was and is still gorgeous; time hasn’t harmed it in the slightest. But the move to current-gen consoles breathes new life into Okami. Developer Hexa Drive took an already strong foundation and fortified it to the point of flawlessness. Okami HD is easily the definitive version of Okami and one of […]

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Dustforce Review

Dustforce is about cleaning in the most stylish, productive way possible. As one of four acrobatic janitors, this seemingly simple concept transforms into an exercise of patience, skill, and frustration. It demands you learn the nuance of movement, the pin-point accuracy in timing button/key presses, the idiosyncrasies of each character. It’s a long, hard road, but […]

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