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[PS Vita X Marks The Spot Review] Sketchcross

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Sketchcross is a logic-based puzzle that is a take on the Japanese Nonograms puzzles – by completing each puzzle you form a picture. Sketchcross is very similar to the Picross games on Nintendo platforms. The game is perfect for fans who love Suduko puzzles, as the game scratches a similar itch. Or if you like numbers games in general then look no further and read on!

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[Review Revisited] Read Dead Redemption

Red Dead Redemption

This week on review revisited I thought it would be fun to talk about one of my favorite experiences: Red Dead Redemption.

Released in 2010(It’s been 5 years already!), this game brought a revolution to the western genre with time-tested GTA mechanics in. There was so much to do that the game could keep you busy for months. And let’s not even forget about the single best piece of DLC ever in Undead Nightmare!

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[PS3 Action-RPG Review] DeathSpank Trilogy –
Part 1: Orphans of Justice


DeathSpank is a trilogy that was released between 2010 and 2011, a series of games made by industry legend Ron Gilbert (who you might recall for, say, the Monkey Island games) and HotHead Games. I purchased DeathSpank (the first game) in a heartbeat after trying the demo several years ago

Since this is a series that deserves a second look, I thought it might be good to do a review for each of the games in the trilogy, in order to make you see why it deserves your time! We’ll start with Orphans of Justice, but reviews for DeathSpank 2 (Thongs of Virtue) and DeathSpank 3 (The Baconing) will also go live in the following weeks!

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[PS3 Review] MouseCraft


MouseCraft is a brick-laying game in the style of Lemmings’ minion management with tetrominos similar to those of Tetris, making for an interesting mix. So if you like Lemmings and Tetris, MouseCraft has been specifically created for you.

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