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Perfect for amateur test subjects
March 9, 2018 - It's always cool when two video game franchises come together to make an interesting crossover. Bridge Constructor Portal is a fantastic blend of Bridge Constructor gameplay with Portal elements so let's head to the test chambers.
Read more: Bridge Constructor Portal Review
A foxy party with furry friends
March 7, 2018 - Mini-game collections aren't as common as they once were but they can definitely be a barrel of fun when done right. Frantics is an animal-themed party game that you can enjoy with up to four players so let's head to the zoo and have a blast.
Read more: Frantics Review
A nifty mini-game filled spin-off
March 6, 2018 - The classic word-based puzzle adventure series is finally back but this time in party game form. Scribblenauts Showdown may be a huge departure for the series but does it offer enough enjoyable gameplay to be a worthy entry in such a phenomenal franchise?
Read more: Scribblenauts Showdown Review
Beware! de Blob
March 5, 2018 - Only a few months after gamers were treated to an enhanced version of the fantastic and underrated de Blob, we can now enjoy its sequel. However, is de Blob 2 as absorbing as its predecessor? Get ready to paint the town and let's find out.
Read more: de Blob 2 Review
A grand yet clunky adventure
March 5, 2018 - 3D action platformers can be some of the most memorable games when done right. Does Mulaka have what it takes to stand alongside genre giants? Grab your favourite spear and get ready for a shape-shifting adventure.
Read more: Mulaka Review
Must-haves for Nintendo's hybrid
March 3, 2018 - It's hard to believe that the Switch has been out for a year already and I'm celebrating its birthday by counting down the best exclusives. There may be a few hidden gems here, too, so free up some memory and let's get to the games!
Read more: Top 10 Switch Exclusives (Year One)
Warning: online friends required
March 1, 2018 - The idea of a cooperative online multiplayer twin-stick shooter is definitely promising. However, does RiftStar Raiders offer a satisfying campaign? Make room in your cargo hold and let's get ready to loot!
Read more: RiftStar Raiders Review
2D indies that sure pack a punch
March 1, 2018 - It's Women's History Month so it's an appropriate time to check out some fantastic indies with impressive heroines. These chums may not be as iconic as Lara Croft but there's no denying that they kick ass so let's get straight to the games!
Read more: 6 Recent Indie Games Where Women Kick Ass
Quit clowning around!
February 28, 2018 - Data East's retro competitive puzzler is now available for current generation consoles. It may look cute but Magical Drop III can be one tough game to master so get ready to pop a few balloons.
Read more: ACA NeoGeo: Magical Drop III Review
Less Snake, more bite
February 27, 2018 - Konami's popular stealth action series has been entertaining gamers for over three decades. Now that Hideo Kojima has left the company, does this crazy spin-off offer a worthwhile experience or are you better off sticking to the classics?
Read more: Metal Gear Survive Review
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