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Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love

Game Description: Sakura Wars: So Long My Love is a single player strategy role-playing game (SRPG) and the first game in the popular Japanese Sakura Wars franchise to be released in North America. The game features both an exciting and fast-paced mech/air battle system and a unique, sim-based storyline. This in-depth storyline allows for character interaction that plays a major role in the progression of game action as interactions with various characters in the game can ultimately change the story content and even the final outcome.

What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord!? 2 Review

You may as well ask, Poor Overlord

What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord!? 2 Screenshot

High: Ha! You walked right into my den of Lizardmen! In your mauled face, hero!

Low: I got a Game Over in stage 3-3. I have to retry from stage 3-1. Again.

WTF?: I'm not sure if the cannibalism is a good thing or a bad thing.

What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord!? 2

Game Description: What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord!? 2 is the single player strategy game for PlayStation Portable that drops players in the unlikely position of both monster farmer and dungeon creator. Protect Overlord Badman from the hordes of heroes that are compelled to attack as you excavate dungeons filled with monsters, grown, mutated and arranged to create maximum problems for pesky heroes and the traps they bring with them.

Neverland Card Battles Review

David and Goliath: The Collectible Card Game

Neverland Card Battles Screenshot

HIGH Overcoming (seemingly) impossible opponents with superior strategy.

LOW Rebuilding my deck from scratch to pass one particular battle.

WTF So I'm earning "earn"?

Journeys with a terrible game: Star Wars Rebellion

Star Wars:  Rebellion Screenshot

The year was 1999. A plucky young lad fresh out of the 8th grade, I had just finished reading Timothy Zahn's fantastic Thrawn trilogy a year earlier, which began my immersion into the Star Wars expanded universe. There's a lot of good stuff to be found in said universe-the aforementioned Zahn books, the Rogue Squadron series, the Crimson Empire comics and so forth. So you can imagine my anticipation of The Phantom Menace, the long awaited beginning of the prequel trilogy.

Interview with Armor Valley's Robin Tan

Interview with Armor Valley's Robin Tan

Although it's been a tough job lately between the rush of fourth quarter and the sheer number of Indie games released every week, keeping up with one of the lesser-known segments of Microsoft's downloadable content certainly pays off. My most recent Indie addiction? Armor Valley, from Protégé Production.

Armored Core 3 Portable Review

Armored Core 3 Portable Screenshot

HIGH Melting scores of enemy Armored Cores with my trusty flamethrower.

LOW Being sliced apart by beam swords for relying too heavily on my trusty flamethrower.

WTF The game has more functions than the system has buttons!

Dreamfallen: Why some platforms and genres just aren't made for each other

Dreamfall: The Longest Journey Screenshot

Recently I began playing Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, the sequel to the adventure classic The Longest Journey. My expectations were oh so high, after the original's blend of fantasy, sci-fi, and wonderful characterizations made it instantly climb onto my all-time favorites list. My reaction upon seeing about 45 minutes worth of Dreamfall was similar to one who may have just come home to see his dog ripping apart the giant K'Nex roller coaster/burger stand/space station he spent so much time building-who is this monster, and what did they do the my masterpiece?

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