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Never Alone (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   
Never Alone (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Box Art (http://neveralonegame.com/) Rated E by ESRB. Never Alone is a very unique experience that I haven’t quite had in a video game before. Never Alone, developed by a small Seattle studio in conjunction with the Cook Inlet Tribal Council that celebrates the culture and storytelling traditions of the Iñupiat people. I’ve never played a game before that has immersed me into a culture like Never Alone has done.
 
Just Dance 2015 (PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii, Wiiu) Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   
Just Dance 2015 (PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii, Wiiu) Box Art (http://just-dance.ubi.com/en-us/home/index.aspx) Rated E10+ by ESRB. Just Dance is one of those games that come out once every year with new songs and new additions to the game to keep fans of the series interested and satisfied.
 
Tales of Hearts R (PS Vita) Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   

Tales of Hearts R Box Art(http://www.bandainamcogames.com/game/tales-of-hearts-r.html)  Rated T by ESRB. The Playstation Vita finally gets an exclusive RPG well worth your money. The famous Tales RPG series puts the latest entry in its series exclusively on the Playstaiton Vita, Tales of Hearts R. Tales of Hearts R is a remake of the previously released 2008 Nintendo DS Tales of Hearts game. I was very surprised and happy that tales of Hearts R came stateside, because it seemed like it was going to be stuck overseas. Thankfully, Gamestop stores worked out a deal to sell physical copies of the game exclusively at their stores.

 
Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 (PS Vita) Review
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Written by Benjamin Widdowson   
Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 (PS Vita) Box Art (http://ideafintl.com/rebirth1/) Rated T for Teen by ESRB. Neptunia fans rejoice, Hyper Dimensional antics are now portable! If you have played the Neptunia games before, this is not particularly refreshing but Neptunia Rebirth is a great opportunity to play bite-sized missions, pause boss battles, and chunk away at the 70+ hours of content during your busy work week.
 
Digimon All Star Rumble (Xbox 360, PS3) Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   

Digimon All Star Rumble Box Art(http://www.bandainamcogames.com/game/digimon_all_star_rumble.html)  Rated E10+ by ESRB. Digimon games have been very popular and successful overseas, so when I heard a Digimon game was coming over to the Us, I was pretty excited! Then I heard it was Digimon All Star Rumble, a party based fighting game, and I got a little less excited, since the successful titles were roleplaying games. Finally, I played the game, and my excitement was completely gone.

 
Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures 2 (3DS, PS3, Xbox 360) Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   

Pac-Man Ghostly Adventures 2 Box Art(http://www.pacisback.com/)  Rated E10+ by ESRB. Ghostly Adventures 2 follows Pac Man and his friends Cyli and Spiral as they try to stop the terrible ghost menace from Lord Betrayus. The game is based off of the currently airing animated series on Disney, and features many familiar characters and voice actors from the cartoons. Ghostly Adventures 2 follows the same basic platforming and collecting mechanics of the first game. Players will control Pac Man through 40 levels across 5 themed worlds as they hunt down Betrayus.

 
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare (PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PC) Review
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Written by Paul Agnelli   

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Box Art(http://www.callofduty.com/)  Rated M by ESRB. Call of Duty is one of the most recognizable game franchises in recent gaming history. The name alone screams massive competitive online play, in some of the best and most fun first person shooter experiences gamers can find on a console. However, Call of Duty fell off a year’s back, when some of their prime development teams got split up, and their games stopped feeling quite as fresh and reinvigorating as they did in the past. With Sledgehammer however, this has all changed with their latest entry, Advanced Warfare. Call of Duty feels as fresh as ever, and feels like the improved franchise title players should have received after Modern Warfare 3.

 
Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair (PS Vita) Review
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Written by Benjamin Widdowson   
Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair (PS Vita) Box Art (http://nisamerica.com/games/danganronpa2/)Rated M for Mature by ESRB. The greatest thing in this world is despair isn’t it? Making everyone despair should be the goal of every person! Or at least that is what the completely insane villains of the Danganronpa (DR) series would have you believe. Monokuma is back, this time with his sort of sister rabbit thing Monomi, the teacher of Hope’s Peak Academy. Is the tropical island high school murder mystery worth the trouble?
 
Tranformers: Rise of the Dark Spark (PS4/PS3/Wii U/Xbox One/Xbox 360/3DS) Review
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Written by Benjamin Widdowson   
Tranformers: Rise of the Dark Spark (PS4/PS3/Wii U/Xbox One/Xbox 360/3DS) Box Art ( http://www.transformersgame.com/ ) Rated T for Teen by ESRB. I try to be as forgiving as possible, and as an avid Transformers fan who honestly enjoys the “Bayformers” movies that means quite a lot I think. Sometimes though, just sometimes something can come along and completely destroy any semblance of a line you had for slogging through poorly made entertainment. Transformers Rise of the Dark Spark is fun in short bursts, has occasionally interesting direction, but ultimately fails on every possible level necessary for success.
 
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