Shadow of the Colossus Review

When Ico first launched in 2001, it was incredibly well received by players and critics alike, thanks largely to its unique setting, style and gameplay. An ambitious game in an era of big budget shooters and over the top action games, ICO was just as much arthouse film as it was blockbuster game. It was no surprise, then, that Team Ico had everybody’s attention when they announced Shadow of the Colossus, which was initially believed to be a direct sequel to Ico.

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Strikers Edge Review

Every once in awhile you come across a game that has a unique premise, mechanic or style that you almost immediately realize should not be novel at all. Something that, upon reflection, developers should have been doing for quite awhile

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Okami HD Review

Were I to declare the PlayStation 2 the greatest console ever released, I doubt I’d get much pushback from this crowd, and for good reason. In fact, if it had any flaws at all, it was that there were simply

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Ultimate Chicken Horse Review

Editor's Note: Hey PSX Extreme readers. How've you been? Feels like awhile since we last chatted, huh?. Before we jump into this review I just wanted to take a second to apologize for the lack of updates recently. As my

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Black Mirror Review

Black Mirror is a supernatural tale that takes place in Scotland in 1926. You play as David Gordon who, after the apparent suicide of his father, visits his family castle to discover what happened. The game reeks of intrigue and

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Alteric Review

It’s pretty obvious from the get go that Alteric is influenced by other “hardcore” platformers out there such as Super Meat Boy. I would even say this is a combination of Super Meat Boy and Thomas Was Alone but without

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