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Xbox 360
Written by Eric Layman     February 26, 2014     0   9   0   0   0
Earth Defense Force 2035 is a game focused on obliterating giant alien bugs and colossal robots with obscene firearms. Again.
 
5.0
 
0.0 (0)
PlayStation 3
Written by Kevin Hudson     February 23, 2014     0   1   0   0   0
Ever wanted to destroy an entire city and blow up some giant insects, robots, and UFOs in the process? You’re in luck.
 
9.0
 
0.0 (0)
Xbox 360
Written by Steven McGehee     December 08, 2013     0   5   0   0   0
Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW! is a game best played with up to three other friends in local co-op mode, and even then it's probably only best in 1-2 hour spurts. It could make for a decent diversion for old school dungeon crawler fans, though.
 
6.0
 
0.0 (0)
Sony Vita
Written by Eric Layman     January 12, 2013     0   15   0   0   0
Earth Defense Force 2017 defied conventional wisdom. When it was debuted as a $40 Xbox 360 title in 2007 it looked like a game released in 1999, played as if wasn't properly tested, and pretended online multiplayer didn't exist. A cursory glance revealed traditional budget-priced title willingly accepting its condemnation to bargain bins everywhere. Here's the thing; in spite of itself and everything else Earth Defense Force 2017 is actually really fun to play. The development team at Sandlot, perhaps by accident, created a legitimate cult classic. Five years later and it's the PlayStation Vita's first release of 2013 as Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable.
 
6.0
 
0.0 (0)
PlayStation 3
Written by Eric Layman     December 20, 2012     0   7   0   0   0
Response Time.
 
7.0
 
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PlayStation 3
Written by Steven McGehee     September 26, 2011     0   7   0   0   0
White Knight Chronicles II is a JRPG with western influences. It not only includes the next five chapters of the White Knight story, but also a re-mastered version of the original White Knight Chronicles. All told, this is a thoroughly enjoyable JRPG with a great online and offline presence.
 
8.6
 
0.0 (0)
Xbox 360
Written by Nathaniel Stevens     July 10, 2011     0   1   0   0   0
If this doesn't make you wish arcades were still around then I'm not sure if you're an 'actual' gamer.
 
7.0
 
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PlayStation 3
Written by Nathaniel Stevens     December 06, 2010     0   4   0   0   0
Learning can be a game and Nat Geo proves this.
 
6.4
 
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PlayStation 3
Written by Steven McGehee     October 15, 2010     0   5   0   0   0
Ben Tennyson, aka Ben 10, is a popular Cartoon Network hero who I've only recently become familiar with thanks to a new game from Papaya and D3. Ben 10: Ultimate Alien: Cosmic Destruction is a third person action adventure that features Ben and his pals trying to save Earth from certain destruction. While it does have its shortcomings, this newest Ben 10 title is still fun, and it also retails for $40.
 
6.8
 
10.0 (1)
Nintendo DS
Written by Steven McGehee     July 18, 2010     0   5   0   0   0
Despicable Me is the latest big budget animated movie to hit theaters, and it's no surprise that tie-in games were released for several gaming platforms this month. We received the Nintendo DS version for review which has players guiding minions through perilous platforming stages to an exit.
 
4.2
 
0.0 (0)
Xbox 360
Written by Greg Schardein     July 01, 2010     0   2   0   0   0
Prepare to be enthralled once again
 
8.2
 
0.0 (0)
Nintendo DS
Written by Greg Schardein     July 01, 2010     0   2   0   0   0
Prepare to be enthralled once again.
 
7.6
 
0.0 (0)
Cube Hot
PlayStation Portable
Written by Eric Layman     March 20, 2008     0   8   0   0   0
PSP puzzle games are a real catch-22.  On one hand you have a genre perfectly suited to pick up and go gameplay, but on the other hand, with it comes an enormous amount of competition.  Puzzlers have saturated the PSP library, second only to sports games in terms of individual titles.  Today, a remarkably distinctive experience is just as important as the depth of the gameplay behind it.  The much touted Gunpey was fresh but ultimately fizzled with critics, where as Crush came out of nowhere and was instantly adored by the PSP community.  It's a fine line, one that Cube no doubt aspires to correctly walk.  We've seen countless shifting block games, but few with an added third dimension.  For a game that involves no stacking, how does it stack up?
 
6.6
 
0.0 (0)
PlayStation Portable
Written by Eric Layman     March 18, 2008     0   12   0   0   0
When was the last time your interest in a game was conceived upon seeing the game’s title?  Consider that question carefully.  In the been there, done that age of franchises, sequels, collections, and ports, how many new games actually sound like game you want to play?  I didn't know what to say when Dead Head Fred appeared in my review pile, but, thankfully, the back of the box placed everything on the table, "A classic tale of murder, corruption, revenge...AND INTERCHANGEABLE HEADS!"  Apparently this wasn't a joke; Vicious Cycle actually produced an action/platformer where the main character rips off his own head and trades it out for a new one.  Frequently.  "Oh my god," I thought, "I need to play this."  Because I have to review it, that wasn't an option, but at least I'd figure out if the gameplay was as ambitious and pleasing as the concept  
 
8.2
 
0.0 (0)
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