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There are 11 articles related to "Platformer"

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Was The Wii U Our Virtual Boy?: New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe Review

Growing up in the ’80s my weekends were spent with my cousin playing video games. Either at the arcade or at his house playing Nintendo. Like every other game…

Rob Houston

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Review - Super Mario Odyssey

This has been one helluva great first year for the Nintendo Switch so far. First we get The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild as a launch title, a great seque…

Cory Clearman

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Review: Metroid: Samus Returns

I am not proud to admit this, but I was completely uninterested in the Metroid series up until the release of Metroid Prime and Metroid Fusion back in 2002. It …

Cory Clearman

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Review: Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy

Being a product of the 90's I had very few options when it came to video games, and being poor did not help matters. As such if I was lucky, I could really only…

Cory Clearman

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Review: Mighty No. 9

Like most of you, I was one of the people that was anticipating the release of Mighty No 9, a platforming shoot-em-up that was going to be a spiritual successor…

Cory Clearman

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Review: Kirby Planet Robobot

When it comes to fun game series, I have never not liked Kirby. It was literally the first video games that I ever got into ever since I could grip a controller…

Cory Clearman

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Review: Bayonetta (plus Extras)

With the recent announcement that the Umbra Witch, Bayonetta would be coming to Super Smash Bros 4 via DLC, it got me wanting to play through the first Bayonett…

Cory Clearman

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Mark of the Ninja -an in depth review (Spoilers)

Mark of the Ninja is the critically acclaimed platformer hand crafted by Klei Entertainment. The game was released in 2012 for the xbox 360 and windows systems,…

Nik Lanjouw

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Review: Donkey Kong Jungle Beat (GCN)

With the recent re-release of the slightly unorthodox, but extremely fun, Donkey Kong 64 on the Wii U's Virtual Console service in all of its unaltered glory, i…

Cory Clearman

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Wings of vi, looks can be decieving.

Some games play so much differently than you might first think if you say, just look at its art style. Dark souls, looks bleak and dark, which is pretty much a …

Nik Lanjouw