Articles written by A.J. Maciejewski (Page 17) RSS Feed for A.J. Maciejewski
Commander Video shows off his new pair of sneakers
May 20, 2018 - Sprinting through colourful stages while collecting sweet gold bricks makes for one addictive formula. However, does Commander Video's third endless runner do enough to make this established gameplay exciting again?
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A roguelike done right
May 18, 2018 - Driving around in a tank and blowing up everything in sight is great fun. Thankfully, Battlezone Gold Edition brings the goods with its addictive roguelike structure and super-tight gameplay so strap in and let's battle some AI.
Read more: Battlezone Gold Edition Review
A long-lost SNES game?
May 17, 2018 - The 16-bit era was full of timeless classics and games that are better off forgotten. Fox n Forests is heavily inspired by that era so get ready for one furry retro adventure!
Read more: Fox n Forests Review
A truly captivating indie
May 17, 2018 - The developers of Stories: The Path of Destinies have crafted yet another animal-filled tale. Omensight is a unique experience that's hard to put down so get ready for the end of days and let's hack and slash our way through this new adventure.
Read more: Omensight Review
A magical roguelike
May 15, 2018 - Running through procedurally generated dungeons as a magic-casting wizard who moves like a ninja sounds pretty awesome. However, does Wizard of Legend provide a satisfying roguelike dynamic? Crack open a spell book and let's find out.
Read more: Wizard of Legend Review
Dead dads sure can be picky
May 15, 2018 - If you're looking for your next local cooperative multiplayer obsession then here's a game for you. The question is: do you and a friend have what it takes to push your deceased dad's remains to a luxurious grave?
Read more: Super Chariot Review
A flashy new Tron-like eSport
May 14, 2018 - Running around an arena while avoiding different coloured lasers sounds like a pretty basic concept for a game and it is. Laser League is an enjoyable and easy-to-learn eSport but does it have enough longevity to topple genre titans?
Read more: Laser League Review
Roguelike zombie survival
May 13, 2018 - It's the apocalypse so head on up to Canada in the hopes of a better life like so many Americans already do. Be sure to pack enough food, gas, medical supplies, and bullets as I'm sure you'll need anything that you can get your filthy American hands on!
Read more: Death Road to Canada Review
May 12, 2018 - If you love arcade racing games then here's a brand new indie with a fresh spin on the genre. However, does Trailblazers blaze enough trails to provide a worthwhile racing experience? Poke a hole in a can of paint and get ready to race.
Read more: Trailblazers Review
Crime doesn't pay
May 11, 2018 - The concept of a game where you trick your enemies into killing each other is definitely intriguing. However, does Subaeria live up to its promising and clever premise? Let's go for a dive and find out.
Read more: Subaeria Review
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