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Review: Deathsmiles

Deathsmiles is a manic shooter made by CAVE; the undeniable masters of the genre. It takes many of the concepts found in their DoDonPachi series but instead of space ships and tanks you have a cast Gothic Lolita girls fighting evil demons with magic. 875 more words

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Game Review: Build a Robot

Pip is quite fascinated by robots. She wants to know how they work and what they can do. One day, she wants to build a robot.  448 more words

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Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment (PSV)


Starting off I have to say that I have not beaten the game. From what I hear its a 200+ hour game, I am about 40 hours in and haven’t even touched the tower at all, I have been in the Hollow area pretty much the whole time. 2,355 more words

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My First Post!

Welcome to Joe Plays Games, a weekly roundup of the games I’ve been playing and other gaming-related things.

I’ll mainly be using this blog as an outlet for when I feel particularly deeply about something I’ve seen in a game, or if there’s some opinion I just want to get out there. 546 more words

First Blog Post

Fire Emblem: Awakening- 3DS Review

A true masterpiece

The Fire Emblem series has always been a game series that has had only a relatively small following due to its brutal difficulty and the niche market that this game targets.  1,121 more words


Our Journey Through Five Nights At Freddy's

Have you ever wondered how it’s like to work as the “security surveillance camera guy” on a graveyard shift? Remember how in horror or thriller movies these guys (most of the time) don’t see something weird on their cameras because they’re just playing solitaire on their computers while eating chips and shizzz? 436 more words

Five Nights At Freddy's

Infamous: First Light Review (PS4)

(Infamous: First Light is a DLC continuation to Infamous: Second Son. I reviewed the latter at the time of its release here. The two titles are nearly identical in respects to aesthetics and gameplay and as such, many elements of Infamous: First Light will not be discussed in this review as they have already be discussed in Infamous: Second Son’s review. 772 more words