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Engadget PS Vita TV review: Sleek device with performance issues

Our sister site Engadget got its hands on a PlayStation Vita TV, which acts as a middle-man for playing PS Vita games on your TV. The device also unlocks streaming of media to your TV through apps such as Hulu, albeit in a max resolution of 720p. PlayStation Vita TV is exclusive to Japan, but that...

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Wii Fit U review: Some assembly required

It's hard to fully analyze a fitness product without spending a large amount of time with it. By the very nature of fitness and exercise, it takes time to see results. Even if you're already a health addict, you'll need some time to appreciate the nuances of a new routine, but after spending about...

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Might and Magic 10: Legacy review: One square at a time

The recent resurrection of the retro-style role-playing game is exciting for many reasons, particularly an increased variety of different, new games. But trying to create new "old-school" games has tensions of its own, notably having to balance old-fashioned RPG conventions – user-generated...

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OlliOlli review: Sick landing

Roll7's skateboarding game OlliOlli is deceptively deep. What at first appears to be a simple affair quickly escalates into a demanding experience requiring precise timing and execution of tricks in rapid succession, all in pursuit of specific objectives and the almighty high score. OlliOlli...

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Chibi-Robo Photo Finder review: Shutter bugged

The first Chibi-Robo on GameCube was an adventure game in miniature about a tiny, mute helper robot who sets out to improve the lives of every human, dog and animate toy within reach. It was pure magic. Chibi-Robo Photo Finder is not that. It very closely resembles Chibi-Robo, but trades the...

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Deja Review: Assassin's Creed: Liberation HD

This is a Deja Review: A quick, unscored look at the new features and relative agelessness of a remade, revived or re-released game. When Assassin's Creed 3: Liberation first debuted on the Vita in 2012, it promised a wholly original viewpoint on the eternal war between Assassins and Templars. The...

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Risk of Rain Review: Catch your death

Imagine stepping into a warm, inviting hot tub. As you relax in the water, an attendant pours in some bath salts. You register a rise in the temperature, but think nothing of it. The attendant returns, this time sprinkling fragrant herbs into the water. It's getting hot in here. The attendant is...

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NES Remix review: Please rewind

The content of NES Remix feels like the sort of challenges players make up for themselves when they've cleared a game's traditional obstacles but still want to keep playing. This Wii U eShop game's focus isn't on telling a story or layering game mechanics over a linear set of levels – it's...

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The Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 1 review: Oh, damn it all

The Walking Dead isn't a roller coaster of emotions; it's a seesaw. On one end sits the golden halo of the human spirit, strengthened by trust, dignity and love. On the other end slumps the shadow of death, mutilation and irrational violence. The kind of emotions that make someone lock an injured,...

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Doki-Doki Universe review: Love machine

Doki-Doki Universe is a game about empathy, and that's weird. In many of the games I played this year, you often solve problems by shooting people in the face. That, I can handle. In Doki-Doki Universe, your antagonists aren't clearly defined, and your progress is measured by your ability to...

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