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Ricky Don’t Lose That Number
Kill Shakespeare: The Tide of Blood

By Ricky Lima - February 27th, 2013


Recently, an English nerd’s wet dream (as an English major myself I can attest to this) was released. Kill Shakespeare: The Tide of Blood by Conor McCreery, Anthony Del Col, and Andy Belanger takes Shakespeare’s characters and mashes them together in an action-packed comic. The concept is very similar to Alan Moore’s League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, both in concept and in execution.

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Samurai G

By Ricky Lima - October 22nd, 2012


The 3DS shop is filled with casual games that you can pick up and play for a couple of minutes and be completely satisfied with. After playing Balloon Pop Remix, I was ready to call UFO Interactive a champion of casual games on the 3DS; but after playing Samurai G I might have to rethink things. Samurai G is a running game that doesn’t do much beyond running (and even the running isn’t overly interesting).

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Hero Academy

By Ricky Lima - January 12th, 2012


I have always wanted to play a game of chess through the mail or with a very distant friend; where each person has a board set up in their home and then when you receive a letter with coordinates and you would move the pieces accordingly. That’s the ultimate in class, I think: a game of wits with a complete stranger over an extended period of time. That is why when I was told about Hero Academy, developed by Robot Entertainment* for iOS, I jumped at the opportunity to try it out.

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Ricky Don’t Lose That Number
Top 10 Shockers of 2011

By Ricky Lima - December 31st, 2011


2011 was packed full of great games, each one of them deserving a Game of the Year nod to themselves. Instead of ranting and raving about one particular game I present to you my list for 2011’s most surprising games. Each one of these games shocked players because of its ingenuity, originality, hype, or questionable content.

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