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  • Rogue Legacy Review

    Rogue Legacy Review

    Ports! Some see it as a derogatory term with regards to games that are coming to consoles. The idea ...

  • Mousecraft Review

    Mousecraft Review

    Tetris was and still is a magnificent puzzler. Lemmings is up there as an all time classic. So what ...

  • Pixeljunk Shooter Ultimate Review

    Pixeljunk Shooter Ultimate Review

    One of the indie highlights of the PS3 catalogue, both Pixeljunk Shooter games have now been combine...

  • Monster Monpiece Review

    Monster Monpiece Review

    Another in a long line of Japanese RPG style games comes to the West, this time with Idea Factories&...

  • Cel Damage HD Review

    Cel Damage HD Review

    There have been plenty of calls for HD remakes of games from the PS1, PS2, XBOX, Gamecube era, with ...

Rogue Legacy Review

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Ports! Some see it as a derogatory term with regards to games that are coming to consoles. The idea that games that have been on PC for a while now, are finally coming to console owners is in some way negative. We at Gamestyle aren’t in that camp, we love that many great games, once only available for PC owners ... Read More »

Mousecraft Review

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Tetris was and still is a magnificent puzzler. Lemmings is up there as an all time classic. So what do you get when you send them both off to a hotel for a romantic weekend? Well nine months later you get Mousecraft a new puzzle game from developers Crunching Koalas. The game itself is more Lemmings than Tetris, with the ... Read More »

Pixeljunk Shooter Ultimate Review

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One of the indie highlights of the PS3 catalogue, both Pixeljunk Shooter games have now been combined into one handheld package. And they’ve definitely not lost anything in the transfer. Having “Shooter” in the name might be doing the game a disservice, as there’s a lot more to it than that. Yes, things need to be shot, but that’s just ... Read More »

Monster Monpiece Review

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Another in a long line of Japanese RPG style games comes to the West, this time with Idea Factories’ Monster Monpiece. A RPG with a card battle mechanic. Before we get to the good stuff, there is an elephant in the room and it boils down to what is essentially a massive culture difference. Whilst most of these recent RPG ... Read More »

Cel Damage HD Review

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There have been plenty of calls for HD remakes of games from the PS1, PS2, XBOX, Gamecube era, with many having come to fruition. However the HD release of Cel Damage has come a little out of left field. When originally released Cel Damage boasted some impressive visuals, with the cel shaded style giving the game an authentic cartoon look ... Read More »

Conception II Review

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Thanks to the likes of Atlus and NIS, the west is being exposed to some of the staples of Japanese gaming, with gems such as Persona 4, Demon Gaze, Hyper Dimension Neptunia and so on. Yet it feels like you are never quite prepared for each new one you play and that is also true in the case of Conception ... Read More »

Sparkle 2 Review

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With it’s release of Sparkle on PS Vita, developer 10tons covered a genre that hasn’t had much exposure on Sony’s handheld. The match-3 puzzle game. The first title was very much in the same mould as Luxor and Zuma and the follow up is yet again a pretty much by the numbers game. In terms of the core mechanics of ... Read More »

Titan Attacks Review

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Ah Curve, how you spoil us. With their recent output, Curve have been on somewhat of a hot streak. Producing games such as Lone Survivor, Stealth Inc, Proteus, Thomas Was Alone and more. Now granted, they haven’t developed them all and have been on the publishing side, but when you see the name Curve attached to a game, you do ... Read More »

The Walking Dead: Season 2 Review

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Season One of The Walking Dead was somewhat of a surprise hit when it released in 2012, using the episodic mechanic to further the experience of the world created by Robert Kirkman. It has been released on pretty much every format ever eventually finding its way to the PS Vita. It was a long wait but more than worth, so ... Read More »

PlusCast May 2014

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After some issues with the April podcast, Barry and Bradley are back for the May edition of the PlusCast. We look at the April releases on PS+, have a few discussions on Free 2 Play, a potential future for sports games using PS+ and more. Before looking forward to May’s releases. Leaving PS Plus: 30th April: Mercenary Kings 30th April: Pro Evolution ... Read More »

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