Articles Written by A.J. Maciejewski (Page 130) RSS Feed for A.J. Maciejewski
Would anyone like a hot drink?
July 5, 2018 - Lightwood Games have been creating puzzlers based on tried and true formulas for a few years now and here is their latest noodle-scratching experiment. So, grab a cup of tea and your favourite biscuit and let's help Phil fill out some pics.
Read more: Fill-a-Pix: Phil's Epic Adventure Review
A button-mashing fantasy
July 2, 2018 - As if Data East's Gate of Doom wasn't obscure enough, here's its little-known sequel.
Read more: Johnny Turbo's Arcade: Wizard Fire Review
Psikyo does it again
July 1, 2018 - The arcade shoot 'em up ports keep on coming and here's a classic from the turn of the century. The original Gunbird may have been a bit too simple but does this sequel offer anything new and exciting?
Read more: Gunbird 2 Review
Retro fun that'll make you hungry
June 30, 2018 - Although retro game enthusiasts are familiar with Data East's 1982 classic BurgerTime, this super-fun sequel is still rather unknown.
Read more: Johnny Turbo's Arcade: Super Burger Time Review
A simple yet enjoyable SRPG
June 26, 2018 - SideQuest Studios are attempting the turn-based strategy RPG genre yet again with the follow-up to their 2012 hit Rainbow Moon.
Read more: Rainbow Skies Review
A classic puzzler returns
June 26, 2018 - Tetsuya Mizuguchi's addictive puzzle series is back with a brand new take on the original game. It's been over a dozen years since it first debuted so is Lumines Remastered worth playing in 2018?
Read more: Lumines Remastered Review
Parr for the course
June 25, 2018 - We've played with plenty of blocky superheroes over the years but this time around, it's a family affair.
Read more: Lego The Incredibles Review
El Shaddai: Dungeon Crawler
June 25, 2018 - Sawaki Takeyasu finally created a follow-up to his stylish 2011 action game but it's not quite what you'd expect. The Lost Child is a first-person dungeon crawler but does it do enough to stand out in this somewhat crowded genre?
Read more: The Lost Child Review
Nintendo makes a racket
June 22, 2018 - He may not look like much of an athlete but Mario sure has starred in a lot of sports games. His latest brings back the Tennis series but does it make up for the disappointing Ultra Smash?
Read more: Mario Tennis Aces Review
An interview with Nikola Kuresevic
June 22, 2018 - Snowcastle Games has been busy improving their classic-style RPG since its debut in 2016. So, I'm happy that I had the opportunity to ask Nikola Kuresevic (one of Earthlock's game designers) a few questions about its evolution as well as some fun tidbits.
Read more: Earthlock: Redefining an RPG
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