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Shooting, racing, and kicking
February 2, 2020 - Whether locally or online, competing and cooperating with chums makes for some fun times so here are 5 nifty multiplayer indie games.
Read more: Multiplayer Indie Games
From Columns to Shinobi
January 24, 2020 - It's been a while since my previous Sega Ages round-up so here are 4 new titles. This time, each game offers top-notch retro fun!
Read more: Sega Ages on Switch Reviews (Part 3)
But does it hold up?
January 19, 2020 - Final Fantasy VII was a highly popular game in 1997 and the PlayStation presented a huge leap in technology that made 3D games a reality so let's see how SquareSoft managed the jump from 2D to 3D.
Read more: Final Fantasy VII: A Huge Leap for RPGs
Mechs, hoverships, and flying fish
January 19, 2020 - Games that feel like they could have been around 25 years ago are always interesting to play so here are 6 old-school console games.
Read more: Old-School Console Games (Part 2)
Nindies that'll make you go what?
January 17, 2020 - I've been playing a lot of Switch games recently and many of them have been quite weird so here are my thoughts on 7 such titles.
Read more: Weird Switch Games
It's a balancing act
January 13, 2020 - Providing gamers with a rewarding challenge is an incredibly difficult endeavour in itself so here are my thoughts on how to optimize video game difficulty so players can feel satisfied with a minimal level of frustration.
Read more: Optimizing Video Game Difficulty
Retro gaming on PC
January 10, 2020 - Back in the early '90s, I recall playing plenty of fantastic DOS games between gaming sessions on my NES. So, allow me to describe 5 such games as I remember them from back in the day. Perhaps you've played a few of these as well!
Read more: DOS Games Memories
Shooting, pointing, and clicking
January 9, 2020 - I keep finding myself drawn to old-school indie games so here are 5 recent retro titles for Switch that are impressively enjoyable.
Read more: Switch Retro Indie Games (Part 2)
From Metroidvania to Ice Cold Beer
January 7, 2020 - It's a new year and old-school games are more popular than ever so here are 6 recent retro-style indie gems that caught my eye.
Read more: Retro-Inspired Indie Games (Part 4)
From Hello Kitty to a Wipeout clone
January 5, 2020 - Nintendo's GameCube has seen many incredible games in its lifespan and plenty of hidden gems, too, so here are 5 cool games that you might not have heard of. Perhaps you'll see something that you'll want to add to your collection!
Read more: GameCube Hidden Gems (Part 1)