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    By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin The Governor Of Poker franchise is a misunderstood Texas Hold Em’ poker genre entry; unlike its contemporaries who are a dime a dozen, Governor of Poker ties in a unique storyline that makes players table champions and poker real estate tycoon similar to the dynamic of Monopoly.   Be forewarned, this ...
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    By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin Poker games tend to be a dime a dozen on the PC platform.  No matter what branch of the genre players like, every possible variation is available in every conceivable option possible.  Whether a player engages this betting pastime on a dedicated gaming site or from a title that allows for ...
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    By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin Whenever an entry comes into the stratosphere named Fat Chicken, great things are expected, just off the title alone.  When the developer takes the initiative to boldly proclaim a moniker entitled Relevant Games, the stakes are set even higher.  So imagine the shock and awe when the “relevant” developer creates a ...
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    By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin When Afro-Samurai was released on consoles, the PC platform was intentionally skipped.  No big deal, as its functions and character movement is identical to the Samurai Champloo game that was released a console generation back few years before.  The game was just okay, and nothing to write home about.  After all, ...
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    By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin It takes a special game developer to create a title that has an awesome, curiosity peaked trailer only to turn back around and make any astute gamer hate the fact that the entire development team’s parents lacked the usage of birth control and therefore are partially responsible for the boondoggle of ...
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    By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin If any staunch National Socialist supporters ever wondered what video game propaganda would have been like had it existed during the reign of Hitler in 1939, IS Defense, for better or worse, gives an alternate perspective of the history that could have been.   Development house Destructive Creations doesn’t disappoint players ...
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    By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin I don’t know what the hell is development house Double Fine’s problem, but they need to quit living in the past of their glory and make a title that is worthwhile that lacks a convoluted message poorly executed under pristine graphics, like they did in The Cave.   The entire premise ...
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    By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin Once upon a time in a N64 era textured land far way, lived the lynx Inna and her cubs.  One particularly yellow pixelated cub that looked like none of the others fed into curious temptation and wandered away.  Lost, and not a bit worried, the little cub playfully explores the vast ...
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    By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin Mind Games is a level advancement brain teaser that delivers more hard hitting annoyance than serious mental challenges of critical thinking.  The theory of the game challenging how your mind reacts to situations is admirable, but comes off more like a canned Three Stooges episode for being too serious, disingenuous, and ...