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Dokuro review: The Mr. Skullhead Show

Let's talk about puzzle games. When you hear the term, your mind usually goes to falling-block stuff like Tetris and Puyo Puyo, right? But it's broad terminology: it can also apply to games in which you are presented with a series of problems that need solving – say, escaping a room, moving...

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Unlock Shredder and Cyber Shredder in TMNT: Smash Up

Cruising the Ubisoft Twitter, as we are wont to do, we stumbled upon this little update. According to said update, registering TMNT: Smash Up with Ubisoft will grant players access to a code to unlock Shredder and Cyber Shredder as playable characters. Checking out the veracity of this claim -- as...

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Hands-on: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up

click to enlarge Since it was first revealed that members of the Super Smash Bros. Brawl team were crafting Ubisoft's new TMNT brawler, the expectation has been that it will be a total SSBB play-alike. From our time with it at last week's UbiNintendo day, we can confirm that there are similarities,...

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GameArts' 'Boy of Shadow, Fairy of Light' for WiiWare in Japan this fall

During a presentation for Grandia Online, GameArts CEO Kazuki Morishita mentioned that Boy of Shadow, Fairy of Light would release this fall (he likely means in Japan). The new IP is a complete mystery, having only briefly shown up in a list of WiiWare titles last year. No further details are...

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Project Sylpheed demo warps onto Live

"Okay, outer space shooting games for the Xbox 360, raise your hand. What ... no one? Not one outer space shooting game? Wait, you there, in the back, what's your name? Project Slip ... sliph ... Sylpheed? What does that even mean?" Yes, the space shooter is somewhat underrepresented on the Xbox...

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Project Sylpheed demo now on Xbox Live Marketplace

Depicting a galaxy filled with armed spaceships that simply cannot get along, last year's Project Sylpheed attempted to address the Xbox 360's lack of Eastern-developed titles, as well as its critical non-abundance of space shooters. Developed by Game Arts and published by Square Enix then, the...

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Project Sylpheed, Vampire Rain bound for US

The rumors were partially true: Project Sylpheed is coming to the US this summer for the budget price (by new-gen standards) of $39.99. Unlike the GameStop page that propagated the rumors, Microsoft is not publishing the game (nor did it develop the game, as the listing stated); instead, Square Enix...

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Project Sylph gets a trailer

A trailer for Project Sylph is now available to the Japanese Marketplace. If you don't have access to the trailer -- or if you have qualms about fake Live accounts -- you could always just watch it at Gamebrink, or download it from Xboxyde. Be prepared for lots of high gloss CG and just a...

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Project Sylph scans, see for yourSylph!

French 360 site, Xboxygen, has posted Famitsu scans of Square Enix's upcoming Project Sylph. Xboxic points us to IGN, which has gone to the trouble of translating the scans for some details. The game looks to be an extension of the Silpheed franchise and promises massive space combat...

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