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Is nothing sacred?
April 1, 2019 - Sony's recent censorship has been a hot-button issue for gamers lately and now, they're taking their stance retroactively. I recently sat down with Sony's policy advisor Scott J. Williams to discuss how this will be implemented and what games will be affected.
Read more: Sony to Begin Censoring PS1 Games [April Fools]
Bubble-bursting fun with Bub and Bob
March 29, 2019 - Taito's arcade library remains one of the most impressive in gaming history so let's revisit 2 of their most iconic series and see which one offers better bubble-busting games.
Read more: Bubble Bobble vs. Bust-A-Move
An epic and unique dungeon crawler
March 29, 2019 - As a huge fan of first-person grid-based dungeon RPGs, I couldn't wait to get my hands on Operencia. Thankfully, it did not disappoint.
Read more: Operencia: The Stolen Sun Review
Easy breezy platforming fun
March 27, 2019 - Yoshi has a long history of enjoyable platformers yet he's never quite reached the high notes of his SNES classic Yoshi's Island since it debuted. Does Yoshi's Crafted World have what it takes to make him a platforming superstar yet again?
Read more: Yoshi's Crafted World Review
A celebration of all things Atelier
March 26, 2019 - Fans of Gust's long-running RPG series will find a lot to love in this delightful crossover featuring characters from the entire franchise.
Read more: Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists: Ateliers of the New World Review
Ridge Racer 2097
March 25, 2019 - Drift-based racing games may not be as popular as they once were so Xenon Racer is here to hopefully revive the genre.
Read more: Xenon Racer Review
Down and dirty racing
March 24, 2019 - Fans of motocross and off-roading certainly don't have many choices so get ready to race in a new release of last year's MX vs ATV game.
Read more: MX vs ATV All Out Anniversary Edition Review
2 of FromSoftware's best compete
March 22, 2019 - FromSoftware started the Souls-like genre over a decade ago so let's revisit a couple of their masterpieces and see which one wins.
Read more: Bloodborne vs. Dark Souls III
A retro galaxy-hopping masterpiece
March 21, 2019 - As one of the Switch's launch titles, Blaster Master Zero was a top-notch reinterpretation of a classic NES game. Now that we have a surprise sequel, let's see if Jason and his trusty tank Sophia are still masters of blasting.
Read more: Blaster Master Zero 2 Review
Not as suave as you'd expect
March 20, 2019 - If the idea of a cooperative first-person shooter roguelike appeals to you then here's a game that fits that very specific description.
Read more: RICO Review
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