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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies Review

Hi. I’ve been very remiss to do this review. This game broke my heart. I’m keeping this review spoiler free, but if you’ve played the game and you read this review you’ll understand why. Here it is, my Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies review.

Dual Destinies Box Art

Console 3DS
Compared to other games in the series: Dual Destinies is the best, it’s so good
Best Character: Without a shadow of a doubt, Detective Fulbright… I love him.

Hero Generations Review

Hi all, I cannot believe that I forgot to write my Hero Generations review! It’s an awesome game, please check out Hero Generations by Heart Shaped games!.

Hero Generations Cover

Console: PC
Best thing: Defeating a scary boss that is plaguing your town!
Best Trait: Golden Child – such a nice bonus.

Final Fantasy: Spirits Within Review

I’m still not quite ready to talk about my feelings regarding the latest Ace Attorney game so in order to postpone it, I’m going to review a film. Let’s review Final Fantasy: Spirits Within.


How is this related to Final Fantasy: It’s a film made by the same team that make the games, but it’s not related to any specific game
Worth a watch? I’d say worth one watch.
Best thing about it? The villain declaring “just hit them and hit them and hit them until they day”.

Mimmy Cat review

Last week I reviewed a game by Saar and these week I’m reviewing another app by him: Mimmy Cat which you can play online here.

Mimmy Cat logo

Galaxy Siege III Review

Hi guys, a little while back I reviewed an Indie Game called Galaxy Siege 2 made by a guy called Saar. Today I’m reviewing Galaxy Siege 3. You can play Galaxy Seige 3 here.

Galaxy Siege III

Galaxy Siege 3 plays in a fairly similar way to 2, but there have been a few really good improvements:

  • Better music – it really fits with the space theme of the game
  • Smoother, nicer animations – They were okay before but now they’re really nice
  • Nicer graphics in general
  • You have to play the game in small increments in order to upgrade your ship – if you play for too long, you run out of fuel and you can’t reach the next planet!

    Galaxy Siege III Fuel Warning

    So then you go to the shop (because you’ll have been collecting currency) and you can upgrade your ship!

    Buying atuff

    So I bought more fuel… and guns… to make…

    Galaxy Siege III making a ship

    This beast!

    And like any good game, you get to fight yucky boss monsters!

    Galaxy Siege III Boss

    Once you complete a level you get to upgrade your ship which is pretty sweet!

    Galaxy Siege III Upgrade

    Some of the bosses were a lot more sophisticated than in the last game – they can literally tear your ship apart! Defeating bosses also gets you trophies which is awesome!

    A cool new feature of this game is the lab! You can save engineers and they can help you make cool things!

    Galaxy Siege III Lab

    If you have some spare time, or just want to support an indie developer, give it a go!

    Skyshine’s Bedlam Review – Even if you cheat, it’s still a slaughterfest

    I was approached by a cool guy named Trice to write a review of a game he’s gone bonkers for – take it away! I love these kind of posts, so if you want to do one, feel free to get in touch!


    Skyshine’s Bedlam is a turn-based roguelike where players drive a ginormous APC across a post-apocalyptic desert riddled with mutants, robots, marauders and the occasional boss battle.

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    First Nintendo Mobile Game Announced & Delayed

    I thought this was really interesting, not something I knew much about, a cool piece of news by my friend.

    People have been talking for a while about Nintendo testing the waters of the smartphone app market. They’ve also been eagerly awaiting the rollout of its first offerings for mobile devices. While some may be wary of the company developing games for hardware other than its own, this move has been a long time coming. I think the 3DS is as awesome as everybody else, but I’m still excited for the opportunity to eventually play with some of gaming’s most beloved characters from the convenience of my phone.

    My thoughts on remakes of classic games

    Hi guys, this is a post that’s been a long time coming.

    So, they announced they’re remaking Final Fantasy VII and they hinted they might remake Final Fantasy XII but I think that’s not actually a thing.

    Anyway, I’m just going to talk about remakes and my feelings about them.

    36 Ace Attorney sprites that exactly explain my job

    In today’s Buzzfeed article, I’m going to talk about my job but present it to you in Ace Attorney sprites.

    My job involves looking at graphs and reporting on website performance, with a little bit of SEO.

    I really like Ace Attorney

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    Favourite mini Games: Red Dead Redemption

    Hi guys, today I’m going to talk about RDR because I really loved the mini games you could play in it. They really fitted the scene and were pretty fun too.




    Few console games have the ability to not only attract millions of gamers to create an affinity towards the main character and storyline, but also be widely played across the world despite the release of titles containing the latest generation graphics and game physics. It is just over four years since Red Dead Redemption hit the retail shelves, but the game, produced by RockStar, continues to be played by many who enjoy being in Western America and experiencing the life story of John Marston in his fight for justice and revenge. The franchise’s popularity is further increased by the inclusion of downloadable content, such as an Undead Nightmare version in which players can face a horde of zombies on single player and online. Killing zombies continues to be a growing niche in the games industry, but Red Dead Redemption is a hugely successful game in its own right and provides endless hours of gameplay potential across America and Mexico set in 1911.

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