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WarioWare meets 2D platforming
February 25, 2017 - If you have attention deficit disorder (like most gamers) then the fast-paced and constantly changing gameplay of 88 Heroes will be right up your alley. I recently had the opportunity to play it so here's what to expect when it releases in a few weeks.
Read more: I Got 88 Heroes and a Glitch Is One
We think you'll like jammin', too
February 18, 2017 - A free Disc Jam beta just fizzed its way onto PS4 and the good news is that it's tons of fun. So, what are you waiting for? Go download it and enjoy (after reading our hands-on impressions, of course).
Read more: The Disc Jam Beta Serves up a Whole Load of Fun on PS4
DonPachi and Deathsmiles in Darius?!
February 16, 2017 - Get ready shoot 'em up fans because here are six more downloadable delights for Taito's latest shmup masterpiece. This time around, we're looking at packs from two of Japan's most respected names in arcade shooters.
Read more: Dariusburst: Cave & Eighting DLC Packs Enter the Fray
From RayForce to Fantasy Zone
February 15, 2017 - Taito's latest shoot 'em up has seen a ton of downloadable content so far. Seeing as I only recently discovered it, I figured I should take a look at what it's all about so please, enjoy reading my thoughts on the Taito and Sega packs.
Read more: Dariusburst: Piloting the Taito & Sega DLC Packs
Wipeout without racing
February 3, 2017 - If you find the idea of soaring through arenas while piloting a hovercraft and shooting online opponents appealing then here's a game for you. Crash Force definitely has a solid premise but does it deliver the goods?
Read more: Test Driving Crash Force: Promising Hovercraft Combat
Jyn turns from rebel to wizard
January 31, 2017 - The collection of pinball tables featured in Zen Pinball 2 (AKA Pinball FX 2) is quite impressive. Zen Studios are masters at crafting thrilling pinball experiences but does their new Star Wars: Rogue One table live up to their reputation?
Read more: Star Wars: Rogue One Pinball Is Far from Zen's Best
From E.T. to Final Fantasy XV
January 26, 2017 - Many modern gamers might be too young to remember those fully-complete marvels of gaming goodness that formed the early gamescape prior to the rise of DLC and patches for missing and broken game content.
Read more: Incomplete Games: The History of a Shady Practice
We get technical about Sony's latest
January 25, 2017 - As many gamers learned recently, the PlayStation 4 has now sold over 50 million units worldwide. However, the PS4 Pro numbers, while initially strong, have not been on-pace with the new standard Slim model. While the PS4 Pro is merely an iteration of the console brand and not the beginning of a generation of consoles, the novel machine has clearly hit a full-stop with some gamers.
Read more: PlayStation 4 Pro: Did Sony Play It a Bit Too Safe?
Tromping through an updated Tamriel
January 22, 2017 - Since The Elder Scrolls Online's launch during April of 2014 and its reinvention for consoles on June 2015, it has been improved immensely from its initial woes. Thankfully; phasing, lag, chat spamming, disconnects, balancing issues and messed up quests (including grouping problems in delves and dungeons) are now part of Tamriel's past.
Read more: The Elder Scrolls Online: Evolution of a Remarkable RPG
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!
Read more: Revisiting Adventure Island