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RETRO MONTH: Wild Guns Review

RETRO MONTH: Wild Guns Review

Anyone who knows me very well knows that my all-time favorite game is this one…Wild Guns! I fucking love it! It combines two things I am interested in, Westerns(Modern) and Steampunk. Most of the time, you’ll come across sites that have a list of stuff like “Awesome Games Nobody Pl... Read On

Rhythm Thief & The Emperor’s Treasure: Review

Rhythm Thief & The Emperor’s Treasure: Review

The days of Dance Central machines made popular in the arcades of the late 90’s made their legacy felt in the rhythm music games that followed. Among Guitar and DJ Hero titles, with their costly accessories, some titles incorporates rhythmic button pressing into story driven games. SEGA’s recent... Read On

RETRO MONTH – Little Nemo: The Dream Master

RETRO MONTH – Little Nemo: The Dream Master

June 2012 means retro game review time at Koku Gamer. Now this was an easy choice for me personally. While this task does pose a little bit of a challenge to remember all the things necessary to write a worth while review, it also fills me with a bit of excitement. Memories of waking up early on the... Read On

I Heart Geeks Review

I Heart Geeks Review

Puzzle games have evolved significantly over the last umpteen years. Going from playing puzzle games like Tetris Attack and Kirby’s Avalanche, to games like Intelligence Cube and Portal makes it seem as if most major corporations want their gamers to take a break from mindlessly killing zombie... Read On

Frogger 3D Review

Frogger 3D Review

Frogger, a game that most people should be familiar with, was introduced in 1981 and developed by Konami. Frogger was so popular that it spawned quite a few clones and even had several official sequels for many consoles to come. Frogger 3D is the recent addition by Konami to the Frogger name availab... Read On

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D Review

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D Review

Link. Hero of time, wielder of the Master Sword, keeper of the Triforce of Courage. The classic N64 game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time gets a re-releasing for the first time on a handheld system. Sure you can already play it on the N64, Gamecube, and your Wii, but you can’t play any of thos... Read On

Xenoblade Review

Xenoblade Review

Long ago there was no land, only a world of ocean and sky. On this world two Titans, Bionis and Mechonis, engaged in an endless war, but as time passed the titans eventually both fell in battle against each other. Eons pass and the bodies of the titans sit unmoving, but life soon evolves on each Tit... Read On

Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Review

Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Review

Since his debut on the Nintendo Gameboy in 1992, Kirby has become a well-loved and notable character in Nintendo’s ever growing cadre of characters. He’s pretty much right up there in popularity with Link and Mario and even though his series library isn’t as large as theirs, Kirby ... Read On

Pokemon Black/White Mall Tour Coverage

Pokemon Black/White Mall Tour Coverage

Pokemon…it’s Japan’s effort to control the minds of people all over the world…and it’s working! If you aren’t familiar with Pokemon(If not, you have fucking problems.), here is a little history: Created in 1996 by Satoshi Tajiri, Pokemon was originally released as... Read On

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