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2016 Game Review Haiku, #40 – The Empty Kingdom

Who will you fight when
Everyone is gone, who will
You rule by yourself

Here we go again. Another year of me attempting to produce quality Japanese poetry about the videogames I complete in three syllable-based phases of 5, 7, and 5. 56 more words

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RPG: Deterministic Dungeon

Link: Deterministic Dungeon

Genre: Dungeon-Crawling RPG

Creator: Pesto Force

Content Rating: Some minor blood, fisticuffs

What can you say about Pesto Force that can’t be summed up with, “ 244 more words

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This Isolated Subject is going nowhere fast

Man, I really wanted to finish Isolated Subject. Stopped on the seventh level, out of what I believe to be a total of twenty. It’s not that I’m too dumb to solve its multiple dimensions-based puzzles, though I suspect the later levels get really tricky once you are warping between four different worlds and juggling multiple super-powers. 564 more words

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Indie Games: Detective Grimoire

Chances are you might not have heard much of anything about Detective Grimoire. I hadn’t either until I stumbled across this video game on Steam. 1,143 more words

Battle Sails: 3/5 STARS

HopliteGames, sponsored by Armor Games, serves up another satisfying time-waster, called Battle Sails: Caribbean Heroes.  The swashbuckling music is catchy, if a little low quality, and the visuals are pretty great.     226 more words

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This Dragon Quest also requires keys to open doors

All right, a slice of honesty here: I didn’t play Dragon Quest the other day in what one might consider…a legal manner. I gave it a fair shake through browser-based emulation that I will not link to here. 600 more words

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2015 Game Review Haiku, #52 – Dragon Quest

Not the Dragon Quest
We all know, find stolen friend
Through physics puzzles

From 2012 all through 2013, I wrote little haikus here at… 62 more words

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