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Ceidz

Ceidz

Ceidz is the Owner (along with EdEN), Contributor and Webmaster of PS3Blog.net, and he works as a Software Developer. He has three passions in life: His wife and four kids (including twins), PlayStation (and Nintendo) gaming, and his work. His favorite game genres are JRPGs and platformers. He's been writing gaming posts since 2010 and reviewed well over 300 games.

Posts By Ceidz

[PS4] Tumbleseed Review

May 24, 2017 |

Tumbleseed is a great experience in which you must guide a hero seed to the top of a mountain. You’re probably thinking you’ve played something like this, but trust me, this is a very unique release! Read our Tumbleseed review to learn more about this fun game!

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[PS4 FMV Game] Late Shift Review

May 16, 2017 |

Late Shift is a Full Motion Video (FMV) release on the PlayStation 4. Full Motion Videogames aren’t very common nowadays, but they did have a sort of boom way back in the day when CD-based systems were introduced. What is an FMV video game you ask? Think of it as a proper movie, with real people taking on the role of main characters and NPC, in which you can select a few different dialogue options that will lead to one of many story branches, in a way similar to what we can nowadays expect in a release from Telltale Games. Read below to see what we think of this game in our Late Shift review!

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[Review Revisited] Ducktales Remastered

May 14, 2017 |

Ducktales Remastered is a remake of the NES classic Disney’s Ducktales (released back in 1989). I played the original game when it was released, and I was very happy when I learned that WayForward was doing a remake!

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[PS4 Review] Yooka-Laylee Review

April 26, 2017 |

Yooka-Laylee is a new platformer from Playtonic Games and Team 17. Yooka-Laylee had a Kickstarter campaign that reached its initial goal in less than an hour! When the Kickstarter was over, enough gamers pledged so that every stretch goal was reached! Now that you have some context on this release, read below to see our thoughts in this Yooka-Laylee review!

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[JRPG Review Revisited] Star Ocean: The Last Hope International

April 23, 2017 |

Star Ocean: The Last Hope is a very good RPG in the Star Ocean franchise, a sci-fi series that is set in the far future. In this game, which is, in fact, a prequel to the other Star Ocean games. Your quest will be to find a new home for the residents of Earth in the aftermath of WWIII which left our planet as a hostile environment.

I’m revisiting this review today because I think this is my favorite RPG in the PS3 library – yes, even slightly better than Ni no Kuni! I purchased it as soon as it was released and played through it twice… and I would definitely replay this RPG gem. It’s way better than Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness (which I completely in a “short” 22 hours).

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[Vita Review] Touhou Double Focus Review

April 19, 2017 |

Touhou Double Focus is a platformer that recently released on the PlayStation Vita and PS4. Learn more about this game in our Touhou Double Focus review below!

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[Vita Double Review] A Rose in the Twilight Review

April 11, 2017 |

A Rose in the Twilight from NIS America is a gorgeous 2D puzzle/platformer from NThis PS Vita gem is a must-have game for those of you with Sony’s portable, so check out our A Rose in the Twilight review to find out why!

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[PS4] Snake Pass Review

April 4, 2017 |

Snake Pass is a colorful physics-based platformer in which you are following a snake named Noodle and its pal Doodle. This game is built on Unreal 4, so you can expect some luxurious and colorful environments during your adventure. Interested so far? Then check out our Snake Pass review!


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