Yakuza 0 Review

Yakuza 0 Review (PlayStation 4)

Kiryu and Majima's far from humble origin story

January 19, 2017 - Sega's Japanese mafia series has found a welcome home in the west ever since its debut over a decade ago. Now that we've seen five games and a few spin-offs, it's time to finally visit the series' origins.
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Toby: The Secret Mine Review

Toby: The Secret Mine Review (Wii U)

A puzzle platformer stuck in limbo

January 18, 2017 - There are a handful of game genres that indie developers seem to constantly gravitate towards. Toby: The Secret Mine is yet another 2D puzzle platformer so let's put on our helmets, grab a pickaxe, and head to the mine.
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Sylvio Review

Sylvio Review (PlayStation 4)

Another bad ghost-busting game

January 18, 2017 - Sylvio seems like quite an interesting proposition: a horror game that has you recording spooky messages from beyond the grave in order to unravel their mysteries. Unfortunately, the finished product is neither scary nor compelling.
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Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star Review

Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star Review (PlayStation 4)

Fate meets Dynasty Warriors

January 17, 2017 - Hacking and slashing away at hundreds of enemies who rarely have the courage to actually fight back has provided hours of mindless fun over the years. However, does Fate/Extella have what it takes to stand out in such a crowded genre?
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Supermagical Review

Supermagical Review (PlayStation Vita)

Nina knows how to Bust-A-Move

January 16, 2017 - When it comes to innovative puzzlers, Taito's Bust-A-Move is one of the greats. Supermagical may have borrowed heavily from the classic bubble-busting franchise but does it do enough to forge its own identity?
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Revisiting Adventure Island

Revisiting Adventure Island

A 2D action-filled tropical paradise

January 15, 2017 - When it comes to fast-paced retro platformers, very few games stand out in my memory as being as enjoyable as Adventure Island. Pull up your grass skirt, grab a stone axe, and let's eat as much fruit as our stomachs can handle!
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Shift DX: QR Code Levels

Shift DX: QR Code Levels

Three new puzzles to enjoy on the go

January 13, 2017 - The latest head-scratching puzzler for 3DS has a nifty level editor and after playing around with it, I ended up creating 3 puzzles that I think are pretty cool. So, if you're looking to solve some extra stages then you've come to the right place.
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Shift DX Review

Shift DX Review (3DS)

Some things are black and white

January 13, 2017 - Playing a portable mind-warping puzzle platformer is a great way to pass the time. Shift DX is bursting with loads of satisfying puzzles but are you a worthy test subject? Get ready to turn your world upside-down and find out.
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Rise & Shine Review

Rise & Shine Review (Xbox One)

Will Gamearth's hero Rise to the occasion?

January 12, 2017 - Notoriously difficult games are almost always divisive. Rise & Shine may be one of the toughest 2D shooters ever created but does it provide a satisfying challenge or does the difficulty rise too high to shine?
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Mega Maze Review

Mega Maze Review (Wii U)

A laidback labyrinthine experience

January 11, 2017 - The simplest video game concepts are often overlooked by developers in today's gaming world. Mega Maze has you try to escape a series of first-person labyrinths and it's actually quite addictive so let's get lost and give it a try!
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