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Forget saving the world or surviving post-apocalyptic wastelands: Haven’t you ever wanted to protect the most supreme Ninja Star cookie recipe from the likes of business demons that drink too much coffee? Or would you like to prevent the walls of a Ninjatown from falling so that the Ol’ master ninja can get on with his scrap booking? Then, Ninjatown may be the game for you! Ninjatown is a quirky DS game developed by South Peak games that couples strategy, “tower” building with silly, surrealistic humor.

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Gamer Limit Review: Saints Row 2
By: | February 5th, 2009

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Saints Row 2, the successor to the underdog Saints Row, a true contender to the shooter/action-sandbox throne that has been held by ‘Grand Theft Auto’. There is one thing in particular about the series which is much be mentioned, that these games are pure fun and what makes this game even better, is how Volition have come back with a sequel which offers more gameplay, more content and more freedom than the first. This game really is, a true ‘sandbox’. Let’s discuss how. Read more… »

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Gamerlimit Review: Frogger
By: | February 3rd, 2009

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If you have been alive for the last 20 years, chances are you would have heard of ‘Frogger’ by now. It was a game that hung around arcades and your favorite Pizza joints. I remember begging my mother for some change, telling her I was going to get a hot dog only to go spend it at the arcade playing this game. This time around I can relax at home, not paying $.25 every time I want to play it. The game is now only 200 MS points on Xbox Live, which is a discount from the normal 800 MS Points for an arcade game. There is also a bundle of Gamerpics for download if you’re a huge Frogger fan. Read more… »

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Midnight Club: Los Angeles Review
By: | February 2nd, 2009

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The variety of racing games out on the PS3 and Xbox 360 is quite outstanding. The amount of quality in this genre has been fantastic recently, but Midnight Club: LA has brought frantic pace and variety in an illegal street racer we haven’t seen since Need For Speed Underground 2.

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Valkyria Chronicles Review
By: | February 1st, 2009

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Something the PlayStation consoles are known for is the amazing selection of RPGs, but sadly, Sony’s latest console, the PlayStation 3, has been lacking in the RPG department. Many PS3 owners are dying for some RPG action, but luckily Sega WOW, makers of such great RPGs such as Skies of Arcadia and Phantasy Star, brings their latest work to the PlayStation 3. When Valkyria Chronicles was first shown, it looked impressive with its breath-taking art and unique battle system.

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Gamer Limit Review: Moon
By: | February 1st, 2009

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In Fall 2007 Renegade Kid released their first game, Dementium: The Ward on the Nintendo DS. Now, a little over a year later they have released Moon. Dementium was considered a standout technical achievement on the DS, so how does Moon fare against the ever growing DS library? Read on to find out.

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Developed by SideQuest Studios, this tough-to-pronounce shoot ‘em up (shmup) is the latest in the rebirth of the genre. Shoot ‘em ups have been around since before Galaga, and many of them use similar formulas.

Due to the similarly of the genre, this results many comparable games that tend not to evolve much in terms of gameplay. Read on to find out if Söldner-X breaks the mold. Read more… »

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Soul Calibur IV Review
By: | January 30th, 2009

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Soul Calibur III left a foul taste in the mouths of many of the faithful. It was glitchy, unbalanced and because it went straight to consoles, seemed like a hastily cobbled product at times. Soul Calibur IV seeks to redeem the franchise in the eyes of so many lost fans, but does it have what it takes? Read on to find out. Read more… »

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Puzzle Quest XBLA Review
By: | January 30th, 2009

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Puzzle Quest has been ported to every system and platform imaginable. From the Wii to the I-phone, chances are you can buy it right now from the comfort of your couch. Puzzle Quest is one of those games that you think you’ve seen before: The puzzle gem mechanic and the “Old Kingdom” story are both familiar items. However, under its Bejweled guise, Puzzle Quest is filled with a myriad of gameplay options. Read more… »

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Gamerlimit brings you an exclusive look at the new, free map for PS3 Mirrors Edge owners. If you haven’t download it yet, go do it! If you don’t own Mirrors Edge, give it a rent, and treat yourself to a free look at what the new DLC will be like. Read on for impressions of “Synesthesia”.

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Portal: Still Alive Review
By: | January 28th, 2009

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Valve has managed to release quite a few great games in their lifetime, ranging from Half life back in 1998, to more recent Games like Left4dead. Being one of the few companies that don’t crash and burn on big releases, they certainly appear have a good head on their shoulders.

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When it was first announced, Infinite Undiscovery was one slick looking game. On the surface, it looked fantastic: developed the Tri-Ace, the team behind the relatively popular Star Ocean and Valkyrie Profile games, replete with a stunningly creative premise, an entirely new gameplay engine, and stunning next-generation graphics. The central concept of the story—that of giant chains reaching up into the sky and wrapping around the moon is intriguing both thematically and aesthetically, seemed like an excellent premise for a new RPG franchise that might one day rival the behemoth Final Fantasies and Dragon Quests of the world. Read more… »