Dream

Dream Review: Not Worth Remembering

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Platform: PC

Dreaming is a phenomenon that has always fascinated me because I’ve had several dreams that were so vivid and real that they’ve shaken me to my very core. But, unfortunately, most of my nighttime excursions to dreamland are just garbled nonsense that have little staying power once I’ve awoken. Sad to say, my time with the video game Dream had little staying power, either. There is a cool idea buried somewhere within this game, but its execution misses the mark almost entirely. Dream ends up being a little too much like one of my many nonsense dreams. Read More

Persona 4: Dancing All Night Review

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Platforms: PlayStation Vita

Dancing All Night brings together the same cast of characters as in Persona 4, in a new adventure that’s all about dancing and being true to yourself. Despite a somewhat overbearing plot, this game brings charm and touchingly positive messages to a story about teenagers trying to save the world. Read More

Super Mario Maker

Super Mario Maker Review

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Super Mario Maker is a new game from Nintendo that lets you build your own Super Mario levels or play levels created by other users. It’s a pretty simple concept, but in action it proves to be incredibly fruitful.

If you have ever played a 2D Super Mario game, then you can pretty easily figure out how much you’ll enjoy Super Mario Maker. In my opinion, this game is the best possible incarnation of 2D Super Mario. However, if you don’t like Super Mario, it probably won’t change your mind.

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pac-man 256

Pac-Man 256 Review

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If you didn’t grow up in the early ’80s you really and truly have no idea how popular Pac-Man was. The little yellow dude (along with his lady and kid) were just about everywhere…and rightly so. Their games were a blast to play, and they defined the “easy to learn but difficult to master” axiom. Pac-Man was one of the first games that had a true universal appeal. Moms, dads, kids, grandparents and even pets all seemed to have a blistering case of “Pac-Man Fever.” Read More