Posts From Kenichi Smith

Metro: 2033 Redux – In mother Russia, nuclear post-apocalypse comes to PS4.

Metro: 2033 Redux is based on the novel of the same name by Dmitry Glukhovsky. The player assumes the role of Artyom, a survivor from when the nuclear bombs dropped on Moscow. Now, society has retreated to the underground subway stations

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Why Amiibos Are So Valuable

Nintendo, usually an innovator of ideas had eventually succumbed to ripping off someone else, in particular- Disney and Activision. Nintendo wasn’t having a great few years since it let lose the WiiU on the market and Satoru Iwata, the CEO

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Rapeplay: The Bastion of Hope

The year was 2006, Illusion Soft was releasing another one of their erotic videogame or “H-game”. Since 1997, Illusion was a humble Japanese game development studio located in Yokohama, and never sold their games outside of their homeland. Rapeplay wasn’t

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Game Journalists May Cry

Devil May Cry fans hated the game DmC: Devil May Cry, the first western developed entry in the series by Ninja Theory. What would have been the 5th game in the franchise, Capcom chose to reboot the series in hopes of

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Review | Wooden Sen’Sey (Wii U)

  Come in made of butter, leave carved out of wood. Wooden Sen’Sey brings the pain in a humorous side scrolling platformer with some tight grapple-hook mechanics to mix up the action. First impressions are the longest lasting and Wooden

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Review | Metro: Last Light Redux (PS4)

  The last light shines the brightest. Cubed returns to plunge the depths of the post-apocalyptic

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Review | Chubbins (Wii U)

  Get hopped-up in the adventure of Chubbins, the bunny.   Playing Chubbins is a surreal

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Review | Spin the Bottle: Bumpie’s Party (Wii U)

  With the right amount of friends, Bumpie’s party will spin out of control in this

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Review | Zero: Tsukihami no Kamen (Wii)

  Cubed3 explores the beautifully tragic and harrowing import, Zero: Tsukihami no Kamen- also known as

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Review | BlazBlue: Clone Phantasma (3DS)

  The BlazBlue cast returns in the sequel to the spin-off BlazyBlue: Super Melee Brawlers Battle

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