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[Review Revisited] Sports Champions

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I thought this week I would discuss one of the best PlayStation Move games. You know those wands you bought that had the light up ping pong ball on the top of them? Sure, they are collecting dust right now, but once Project Morpheus comes out I think they will become an integral for said device.

Sports Champions is the equivalent of Wii Sports from the Wii. It lets you use you new motion controlled wands to play different games including Disc Golf, Archery, Gladiator Combat, Table Tennis, Volley Ball, and Bocce Ball. Some were quite good, and I remember my wife and I playing quite a bit of Bocce Ball. The Archery was really fun as well. Unfortunately with all of it’s positives it still lacked something similar to what made Wii Sports special, and even ended up looking like a clone of it in the process.

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[PS3 Episode Review] Game of Thrones Episode 4: Sons of Winter

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The fourth episode (out of six) of the Game of Thrones episodic series, titled Sons of Winter, follows the ongoing struggle of House Forrester to survive. If you want context on the earlier episodes, check the first, second and third episode reviews before checking this one!

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[Review Revisited] Patapon 3

Patapon 3 Review Revisited

Patapon 3 is an excellent rhythm/action game on PSP on which I’ve spent over 50 hours, and one that definitely deserves to be played by those who missed it the first time around almost 4 years ago. What makes Patapon 3 such a great game?

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[PS Vita Point And Click Review] Broken Age

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Broken Age is finally available on PS Vita! This adventure game has been in development for a while, so I was ready to get it as soon as it was made available on the PSN store. Was the wait worth it? Let’s find out as we dive into Act 1 and Act 2 of Broken Age!

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