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The Legendary Starfy Review

A star is born

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HIGH Finding new nooks and crannies to explore.

LOW Bubble-hopping in Sogwood Forest. Man, that's hard.

WTF Rainbows are for swimming in, apparen

Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan! Review

Kawaii! (means super-cute in Japanese!)

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HIGH Hearing my Japanese host mother comment "kawaii!!" after I showed her a level of the game.

LOW Almost doubling the amount of scratches on my touch-screen due to excessive and forceful spinning.

WTF The instance where the Ouendan somehow manage to travel back in time... When Japanese male cheerleaders start inexplicably using time travel to help a distressed Cleopatra, I laugh.

Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People Review

"Remember kids, licensed video games are NEVER good." - Strong Bad

Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People

HIGH Teen Girl Squad choose-your-own adventure mini-games.

LOW Metal detector use gets a little tedious.

WTF All the WTFs are acknowledged and made fun of by Strong Bad at some point.

Helix Review

It’s Dance Dance Revolution for my hands


HIGH My standout tune: “Battle for Planet Earth” by Tokyo Robot Gangsters.

LOW Disappointment that there isn’t much variety beyond the core game.

I could half-heartedly wiggle the Wiimote and still score.

Art Style: Orbient Review

Making something out of next-to-nothing

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HIGH It's the pinnacle of electronic elegance.

LOW The difficulty of the extra stages verges on insanity.

WTF At only $6 for the download, it's an absurd value.

Art Style: Orbient

Game Description: Explore the universe like never before in Art Style: ORBIENT. Take control of gravity and antigravity to carefully maneuver your small star through 50 stages set in multiple galaxies. Collide with other stars to absorb them and make your own star expand in size, or capture the stars in your orbit and have them become your satellites. Space isn't empty though, and you'll have to avoid bumping into obstacles or getting pulled into a black hole. If you feel like relaxing while still being challenged, this is the game for you—its combination of simple controls, atmospheric sound, and unique environment make for an experience unlike any other!

Games in the Art Style series feature elegant design, polished graphics, and pick-up-and-play controls, creating an experience focused purely on fun and engaging game play.

Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir Review

The real mystery is... why is there no mystery?

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HIGH Spotting hidden items is actually enjoyable in limited doses.

LOW The grinding repetition necessary to reach the game's end.

WTF Why is the country-western singer a vampire?

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