PS Vita, PS3, PSN, Reviews
August 13th, 2014
by Matthew Pollesel
Just in case you were worried about the lack of match-3 games in the world, the Vita gets another one. Does it manage to set itself apart?
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Tags: alawar, playstation, ps vita, psn, treasures of montezuma arena
July 22nd, 2014
A return to form…to the extent that developers of hidden object games can have returns to form.
Tags: alawar, playstation, ps3, psn
PS3, PSN, Reviews
March 3rd, 2014
What's a hidden object game without hidden objects? Not a whole lot, apparently.
Tags: alawar, ps3, psn
PC, PS3, Reviews
January 17th, 2014
To the extent that such a thing is possible to Hidden Object Games, Twisted Lands: Shadow Town feels ever-so-slightly off.
PC, PS3, PSN, Reviews
June 24th, 2013
Here's something I never thought I'd say about a hidden object game: Mountain Crime: Requital's biggest problem is that it may be a little too ambitious.
Run Like Hell! is such a regressive game, it jumps clear over "problematic" and well into "so, so ra..
It may not be anything you haven't seen before...but it's also like nothing else out there...
Tap along to your favorite Final Fantasy tracks in the excellent second installment of Theatrhythm F..
Goodbye despair, hello murder and mayhem and homicidal stuffed animals...
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