Articles written by A.J. Maciejewski (Page 115) RSS Feed for A.J. Maciejewski
Five tables that'll make you flip
November 20, 2016 - FarSight Studios' Pinball Arcade featured dozens of incredible interpretations of real-life tables and now they're at it again with Stern Pinball Arcade. Get your fingertips ready and let's take a look at the first collection of tables.
Read more: Stern Pinball Arcade: Bundle Pack 1 Breakdown
Ten ways to keep your couch warm
November 18, 2016 - Nintendo has always excelled at providing gaming experiences that entertain the whole family. Seeing as today is Wii U's fourth anniversary, here's a list of the best local multiplayer games for the console so far.
Read more: Top 10 Wii U Local Multiplayer Games (First Four Years)
It's not Zelda but it'll do, too
November 17, 2016 - You have to hand it to game developers who attempt to recreate a moment in gaming and succeed. Ittle Dew 2 brings a massive Zelda-inspired adventure to modern consoles so let's see if the stick is mightier than the sword.
Read more: Ittle Dew 2 Review
Fantasies are rarely Final
November 15, 2016 - PlayStation 4 debuted three years ago today and it's had a rather interesting lineup of Japanese RPGs. Although its selection isn't as robust as previous consoles, let's have a look at ten of the best PS4 adventures so far.
Read more: Top 10 PlayStation 4 JRPGs (First Three Years)
Batteries not included
November 14, 2016 - It's hard to understand what goes on in some indie game developers' heads. Small Radios Big Televisions is a psychedelic journey where you uncover cassette tapes and solve puzzles so hit "play" and let's see what it's all about.
Read more: Small Radios Big Televisions Review
Sheep are just clouds with legs anyway
November 13, 2016 - Some games are built simply for some good old family fun. Clouds & Sheep 2 (a sequel to a few year old mobile title) is just that with plenty of cuteness and humour for young and old but does it hold up as a game?
Read more: Clouds & Sheep 2 Review
Revisit five retro classics
November 11, 2016 - Nintendo's Virtual Console has been a treasure trove of great classic games ever since its debut back in November 2006. Now that it's ten years old, let's take a look at the first five Virtual Console games that I ever reviewed.
Read more: Virtual Console Review Roundup (Part 1)
What a load of ships
November 10, 2016 - There are so many shoot 'em ups that you'd think it's all been done by now. However, Xenoraid has an interesting ship-switching mechanic that breathes new life in the genre so get your thumbs ready for some intense space combat.
Read more: Xenoraid Review
Capable fighting with a massive cast
November 8, 2016 - 2D fighters have been around for decades yet BlazBlue has remained a fresh take on the genre. Seeing as this fourth BlazBlue title has a lot of competition out there, let's see how it holds up in the ring.
Read more: BlazBlue Central Fiction Review
Intense 2D action with a side of frustration
November 7, 2016 - There's something about taking on hordes of alien invaders that's still fun decades later. Earth's Dawn combines melee and ranged combat to create one thrilling action-packed adventure so let's suit up and enter E.B.E. territory.
Read more: Earth's Dawn Review
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