Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & The Blade of Light – FIRST FIRE EMBLEM! – Review

Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & The Blade of Light gives you a glimpse into one of the first real early entries in the Tactical-RPG genre.

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Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning – HACK ‘N’ SLASH ADVENTURE GOLD – Review

Constructed in a similar vein to Fable, Kingdoms of Amalur still holds up surprisingly well. There’s a lore-rich plot and sizable main quest, heaps of side missions to sink your teeth into (of fluctuating quality), an in-depth character customisation system, craftable items and loot drops that actually reward you for breaking boxes and crates.

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Street Power Football – SNEAKY TRICKS AND MANY MIS-KICKS – Review

Street Power Football seemed as though it would bring back that over-the-top action style arcade football that was reminiscent of the incredible FIFA Street Franchise! It looked so stylish in the various trailers, with each skill move dominating and embarrassing opponents with great panache.

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Fire Emblem: Three Houses – Is Claude A Dashing Name? – Review

Fire Emblem: Three Houses has more than one gameplay style. In between battles you have the option to explore Gareg Mach Monastery and interact with almost everyone there. This is a brilliant idea because it breaks up the tactics gameplay with some more RPG style aspects, to make the game feel like there’s more to it.

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Crystal Chronicles – FINAL FANTASY’S 4-PLAYER RPG EXTRAVAGANZA – Review

Final Fantasy in a few aspects; Crystal Chronicles is all about that hack ‘n’ slash, dungeon-crawling, mash-your-3-hit-combo to win formula. Don’t expect the riveting narrative and iconic character writing of the mainline franchise either, it’s more focused on the action and multiplayer couch co-op.

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Marvel’s Avengers Beta – First Impressions

The Marvel Avengers game isn’t far from release, and over the past couple of weekends a beta has been released, with a third weekend coming up. If you weren’t sure whether to pick this game up or not, I highly recommend checking it out for yourselves, as there’s been some mixed reception since no one was entirely sure exactly how it would play.

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