Articles written by A.J. Maciejewski (Page 121) RSS Feed for A.J. Maciejewski
Explosive aerial combat
August 22, 2016 - There's something about flying around and blowing stuff up that's just awesome. Strike Vector EX tries to offer exhilarating gameplay but does it soar high or crash and burn?
Read more: Strike Vector EX Review
Kickin' it old school
August 22, 2016 - Everyone has their favourite 2D fighting series whether it's Street Fighter, Guilty Gear, or Mortal Kombat. But, one thing's for sure: The King of Fighters is not one to ignore. So, let's see if this latest iteration has what it takes to emerge victorious.
Read more: The King of Fighters XIV Review
Hero, plumber, athlete
August 18, 2016 - Everyone's favourite red-hatted superstar has seen his fair share of spin-offs over the years. Here we have four sports in one game but was it worth the recent port to Wii U? Lace up your sneakers and let's find out.
Read more: Mario Sports Mix Review
Super Beario Kart
August 17, 2016 - One of the most underrated genres in gaming is the kart racer. When Mario started his racing career back in 1992, I bet he didn't think a gang of bears would take up the same hobby almost 25 years later. So, can bears drift? Let's find out.
Read more: Bears Can't Drift!? Review
Strip 'em up
August 16, 2016 - If the idea of a hardcore shmup where characters' clothes can't seem to stay on their bodies appeals to you then here's a game for you. Although it sounds cheeky, Caladrius Blaze's tight gameplay is sure to please any old-school shoot 'em up fan.
Read more: Caladrius Blaze Review
Mass x velocity = frustration
August 11, 2016 - Guiding spheres through stages has been enjoyable ever since the 1984 arcade classic Marble Madness. Here we have a new take on the genre so let's see how it lives up to its ancestors.
Read more: Momentum Review
More dangerous than The Nutcracker
August 10, 2016 - It's fantastic that indie developers keep coming up with clever multiplayer experiences. Blade Ballet's battles involve up to four spinning sword-wielding robots but is its simple gameplay enough to make you dizzy?
Read more: Blade Ballet Review
From roguelike to Rogue
August 9, 2016 - When it comes to addictive gameplay, simplicity goes a long way. Brut@l features basic and responsive controls in its roguelike dungeon crawling world but does it offer enough to keep you coming back for more?
Read more: Brutal Review
August 8, 2016 - There are so many Metroidvania games releasing nowadays that innovation goes a long way. Thankfully, Headlander is bursting with uniqueness from its wacky premise to its gameplay, so let's get started. Off with your head!
Read more: Headlander Review
August 7, 2016 - Although Marvel Ultimate Alliance has been around for nearly a decade and found its way to plenty of consoles, I have never played it. Recently, I had the opportunity to enjoy the most recent iteration of the original and its sequel (thanks to Activision) so here's my take on these two cooperative hero-filled adventures.
Read more: Marvel Ultimate Alliance Bundle: A First-Timer's Perspective
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