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3D Dot Game Heroes Review

Because True Heroes Dream in 3D

3D Dot Game Heroes Screenshot

HIGH: Seeing the huge full-power sword for the first time.

LOW: The dungeon play can get a little monotonous.

WTF: Seriously, that sword is friggin' huge.

Metal Slug XX Review

One More Verse, Same as the First...

Metal Slug  XX Screenshot

HIGH Great animation.

LOW Brings nothing new to the table.

WTF The stunningly dull, unimpressive final boss.

Shiren the Wanderer Review

Like a Rogue, but not.

Shiren the Wanderer Screenshot

HIGH The fact that this game was even released in the United States.

LOW Unavoidable pop-up enemies that kill your equipment in one hit.

WTF Giving bosses immunity to most items and effects.

Shiren the Wanderer Art Gallery

Shin the Wanderer Art

Demon's Souls Second Opinion

The Aesthetics of Ruthlessness

Demon's  Souls Screenshot

HIGH Nightmarish art design, gameplay that feels both revolutionary and reactionary.

LOW Laying awake at night and plotting revenge.

WTF Dead enemies getting stuck to the player's shoe?

Kenka Bancho: Badass Rumble Review

Beating Down An Entire City... And Loving It

Kenka Bancho: Badass Rumble Screenshot

HIGH It's dripping with testosterone and has machismo to spare.

LOW Accidentally stumbling into the last battle with a sliver of health.

WTF Four words: big yellow banana suit.

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