Twin-stick shooters (Page 6)
Twin stick shooting with only one stick
January 23, 2015 - Zombies and twin stick shooters go together like peanut butter and brain jelly. Undead Storm Nightmare is yet another zombie-slaying shooter that boasts an interesting mix of gameplay mechanics but is that enough to compel you to survive another apocalypse?
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We're going straight to the Wild Wild West
December 6, 2014 - It's not every day that you get to see a Wild West themed competitive online multiplayer twin stick shooter. Secret Ponchos fits this description and delivers a ton of fun to be had for up to 8 players. So, grab your controller (and maybe a stick of dynamite) and be prepared to be the baddest bandito in all the West.
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The king of twin stick shooters returns
November 26, 2014 - It's been a long time since the last Geometry Wars was released and the wait was worth it. Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions improves the classic twin stick shooter formula with new three dimensional playfields and tons of content that will have players hooked for days.
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These troopers prove that size doesn't matter
November 18, 2014 - Twin stick shooters are an overcrowded genre so it's great to see one that has an innovative concept. Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops allows players to control multiple soldiers at once in a simplistic and fun little package.
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Saving humanity one cell at a time
November 12, 2014 - It takes a lot for a twin stick shooter to stand out of the crowd as Nano Assault Neo-X does with its interesting premise and high production values. Players will appreciate the fun they will experience but may be disappointed by how brief it lasts.
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Welcome to the land of twin stick shooter mediocrity
August 25, 2014 - Crimsonland is one of the first twin stick shooters to be available for PlayStation 4 although it was originally released for PC back in 2003. It's nice to have a new twin stick shooter on PlayStation 4, but as you play Crimsonland it's hard not to feel nostalgic for the much better counterparts that were released last generation.
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