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  • PoPoLoCrois Review

    If you’re into pixelated perfection with a dash of Anime storytelling than PoPoLoCrois might be of interest. PoPoLoCrois is a Manga turned PSP handheld RPG that has a very unique feel and look, the question is, does it live up to the hype it was given? The entire game starts off with an An...

  • Portal 2 Review

    You always know where you stand with Valve — well, most of the time. Granted, Portal’s developer lied about rewarding us with cake for completing its puzzle-platformer, but with the likes of Left 4 Dead and the genre-defining Half-Life series already under its belt, you can guarantee tha...

  • Prince of Persia Review

    History is a key word when discussing a franchise like Prince of Persia. The series, which made its debut way back in 1989, had a profound impact on the videogames industry, influencing much in the way games are both made and looked at to this very day. While the Sands of Time is worthy of the prais...

  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 Review

    Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer series may be the undisputed champion of soccer sims on PlayStation 2, but its next-generation incarnation is still very much up for grabs after an underwhelming debut on PS3. Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 was highly anticipated by the loyal band of fans the serie...

  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 Review: Konami gives up the ball

    Some people claim sign language is the world’s first true universal language. Those people would be right if those signs involved all the dramatics involved in the real universal language, soccer -- or football in the majority of the world that isn’t called Canada and America. Strap on y...

  • Pro Foosball Review: Quirkat delivers foosball fun

    Indie game developer Quirkat has brought foosball to the PlayStation Network in an attempt to popularize the tabletop game on PlayStation 3 as it has been in arcades, pubs, and clubs for generations. The result is a fun and often quirky gaming experience. While holding to the traditions and rules of...

  • Professional Baseball Spirits 2013 Review: "A sports game unlike anything seen on the western market"

    Bottom of the 9th, 2 outs, 3-2 count, and the batter steps back into the box. The pitcher stares the batter down but he reciprocates the pleasantry as they try and gain a mental edge. Here comes the windup, the pitch, and the swing. Any baseball fan has heard this a million times as it is the most r...

  • Proteus Review: Bold, creative, exceptional

    Perhaps it is easier to describe what Proteus is not, rather than what it is. Proteus has no objectives, in the traditional sense. There is no plot or story whatsoever. There are no people to interact with, nor bad guys to eliminate. There are no attributes to your persona, either. You are neither m...

  • Prototype 2 Review

    There is something so satisfying about running up the side of skyscrapers, gliding through the air, and landing on some helpless infected person before ripping them apart in a gory feast. If that’s the kind of thing you are looking for, Prototype 2 is the game for you. It’s easy to h...

  • Prototype Review

    If ever you needed a way to let off some steam quickly after a hard day at work or school, then Prototype is for you. Unapologetically loud, brash, violent and over-the-top, Radical Entertainment’s sandbox-style action game may be a bit rough around the edges, but it has a heart like a lion. A...

  • PS3 Superslim Review

    The new PlayStation 3 Superslim sports a retro look. The matte black finish on the grooved panel running across the top of the console reminds us of the Atari 2600, while the top loading disc drive brings back memories of playing Sonic CD on the redesigned Sega CD in the early 90s. Weighing just 4....

  • Puddle Review (PS Vita)

    Games aimed at the core PlayStation audience are what many PS Vita owners want to see push Sony’s handheld to its limits, but it’s also an ideal platform for puzzle games that you can dip into and pick-up-and-play when you fancy a break from the intensity of fire-fights and in-depth stor...

  • PulzAR Review

    The ability to shoot missiles from my bedroom is great. PulzAR, the new augmented-reality game for the PlayStation Vita brings a fresh look at the AR-type gaming scheme. Sony Europe has created something that’s a strong step in the right direction for augmented reality, even if having to play ...

  • Puppeteer Review: a refreshing start to what could be a great PlayStation franchise

    The initial appeal of Puppeteer mimics that of LittleBigPlanet, which, in its own right, is one of the first games since to seemingly attempt a similar style to Media Molecule’s giant franchise. After moving past the main menu, we learn that Puppeteer is almost nowhere near what LBP has done--...

  • Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice Review

    I never understood why Will Smith took so much flack for damaging everything around him while trying to catch the bad guy in Bad Boys II. You’d think the police force would be happy enough with just catching their guy. If you’re like me, then you’ll obviously see the complete satis...

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