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.
Not many games could be described as "Kubrickian"...but then again, not many games are as fantastic ..
A minimalist puzzle-platformer that's easy to admire, not so easy to love...
It’s yet another Installment of Street Fighter IV, with more characters, added modes and a feeling o..
With a colorful, humorous theme and accessible gameplay, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare comforta..
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