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Bimmy and Jimmy meet Kunio-kun
April 12, 2019 - Beat 'em ups have provided arcade fun for decades so let's see which is the better retro brawler franchise from Technos Japan Corp.
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Bringing back the spirit of Contra and Metal Slug
April 11, 2019 - Retro-loving indie devs JoyMasher already wowed gamers with Oniken and Odallus but now, they're taking their talents to the run 'n' gun genre. I recently asked them a few questions about their upcoming game Blazing Chrome so let's see what they had to say.
Read more: JoyMasher on Blazing Chrome
Don't let these gems slip under your radar
April 10, 2019 - It's easy for games to go by unnoticed so here are 7 recently released PS4 games that you may want to add to your collection.
Read more: Overlooked PS4 Games 2019
A new console MMORPG appears
April 8, 2019 - It's difficult to know whether most large-scale games are worth playing so allow me to explain what Black Desert Online is all about.
Read more: What Is Black Desert Online for Xbox One?
From Master System to Genesis and an arcade game, too
April 7, 2019 - Since September 2018, Sega's been releasing their classic games for Switch so here are 4 Sega Ages game reviews to help you keep up.
Read more: Sega Ages on Switch Reviews
Tanooki Suits and Cape Feathers
April 5, 2019 - Nintendo's platforming plumber has been on dozens of incredible adventures yet these classics remain 2 of his best. The question is; which one of these timeless 2D platformers will win this Versus showdown?
Read more: Super Mario Bros. 3 vs. Super Mario World
Inexpensive on-the-go indies
April 4, 2019 - Gaming can be expensive but thankfully, there are loads of affordable indies on the Switch's eShop so let's check out 7 recent titles.
Read more: Cheap Indie Games for Switch (Part 3)
Master the art of the ninja
April 3, 2019 - Inspired by classic games, Sabotage Studio's The Messenger is an excellent old-school action platformer. It released to wide acclaim on PC and Nintendo Switch last year and has recently been made available for PS4 and in physical form via Limited Run Games.
Read more: The Messenger Boss Guide
Is nothing sacred?
April 1, 2019 - Sony's recent censorship has been a hot-button issue for gamers lately and now, they're taking their stance retroactively. I recently sat down with Sony's policy advisor Scott J. Williams to discuss how this will be implemented and what games will be affected.
Read more: Sony to Begin Censoring PS1 Games [April Fools]
Let's play some 16-bit minigolf
March 30, 2019 - Nintendo is well-known for providing unique gaming experiences and Kirby's Dream Course was definitely distinct for its time. The question is: how does it hold up almost 25 years later?
Read more: Kirby's Dream Course: A SNES Hole-In-One