Category: Mobile Review

Before I dive into this review, I have a cautionary tale that is related and ties into my overall score: One fine day, well over a month ago, I was browsing the eShop for a new title to play on my 3DS. It was then that I stumbled upon SteamWorld Heist by Image and Form. […]

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When I think of gameplay control schemes I prefer, touchscreen isn’t high on the list. And neither is Star Fox Zero\’s dual screen setup for that matter. Sure, I’ve played my fair share of iOS games, but before long I found myself coming back to my 3DS and Vita. There’s just something about physical controls […]

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I am Bread

I am Bread has so much potential. The idea is quirky and the game is filled with fun moments. Unfortunately there are things holding it back from being the game I wanted it to be. You start each level as a slice of bread who longs to become toast. The first level has you trekking […]

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Bastion is a game that proves compelling titles can come from a small independent team. Visually the game is gorgeous with it’s hand painted art style and colorful palette thanks to Jen Zee. Not only are the visuals a sight to behold but the audio work and soundtrack are brilliant and what the composer refers […]

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Q*Bert Rebooted

Qbert is an old timeless arcade classic. It enjoyed it’s time back with other classics like Pac-Man, Space Invaders, and Donkey Kong. Even after over two decades the little orange guy is still a rather recognizable character, however, this is more as a pop culture symbolism of arcade classics. He made an appearance in movies […]

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I’m not sure why I kept going back to Unmechanical: Extended the way I did. There is next to no story or dialogue and the campaign length is only a few hours. The controls are simple, you use either joystick to move a hovering robot and use either of the shoulder/trigger buttons to pick up […]

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Never Alone Review

Never Alone is like games that have come before it and also quite unlike anything I’ve played before. For me what really sets it apart is having the story told through members of the Iñupiaq tribe in their native language with authentic artwork and learning through mini documentaries detailing different parts of their culture and […]

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CounterSpy Review

CounterSpy isn’t a perfect game. The controls for aiming while shooting in third person mode can feel wonky and the gameplay can feel repetitive with a few dumb AI moments but it has so much charm that I can’t help but find myself playing it over and over. What’s interesting is that for me the […]

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