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[PS3 Hidden Object Review] Paranormal Pursuit: The Gifted One Collector’s Edition

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Big Fish Games are a pretty well-known games company for the mobile platforms. Their catalog is vast and mostly consists of hidden object games. They let you try games for free and then buy them at full price if you like them, but that is not the case with Paranormal Pursuit: The Gifted One Collector’s Edition, published on PS3 by Alawar Entertainment. This is a full priced game with no microtransactions to worry about so you can purchase the game without having to pay for anything extra. If you like hidden object games with an immersive interactive story, then you are in for a treat!

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[Review Revisited] Puppeteer, an awesome platformer

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Puppeteer is a platformer that released a little less than two years ago on PS3. I purchased it at a flash sale a while ago, and definitively recommend this gem!

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[PS3 Action-RPG Review] DeathSpank Trilogy –
Part 2: Thongs Of Virtue

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Deathspank: Thongs of Virtue is the second episode of the Deathspank trilogy, and was originally released only a few months after the first DeathSpank game, which I loved. This game is still made by Ron Gilbert and HotHead Games. I purchased this game the day it came out, and since the first one made a huge impression on me, my hopes were high. Let’s find out if this sequel is as fun as the first game!

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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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