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A deeply thought-provoking gaming experience
April 16, 2018 - Shooting schoolgirls with pheromone shots so they stop sexually harassing you is a stupid premise for a video game. However, stupid games can be some of the most fun, too, so let's see if Gal Gun 2 is an enjoyable way to kill brain cells.
Read more: Gal Gun 2 Review
A must-have JRPG
April 15, 2018 - With so many JRPGs available for 3DS, here is one that you definitely don't want to pass up.
Read more: The Alliance Alive Review
It's no Zone of the Enders
April 14, 2018 - Flying around in a mech and shooting everything in sight is so much fun. Project Nimbus: Code Mirai is here to prove that but does it have what it takes to live up to classics like Armored Core and Omega Boost?
Read more: Project Nimbus: Code Mirai Review
A must-have hidden gem
April 13, 2018 - From Marble Madness to Super Monkey Ball; carefully rolling spheres through tricky stages has been enjoyable for decades. So, how does The Little Ball That Could stack up against these timeless classics?
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One of Psikyo's best shmups
April 13, 2018 - We've been everywhere from ancient Japan to an alternate post World War II setting. Now, Psikyo's latest classic shmup to hit the Switch will have you mounting a dragon in order to deal with mythical monsters.
Read more: Dragon Blaze Review
An addictive roguelike that lands a little rough
April 12, 2018 - Ever since classic arcade games like Konami's Time Pilot, soaring through the sky while shooting down enemy planes has made for some fun times. So, does Rogue Aces do a good job of modernizing this retro formula? Strap in because we're about to find out.
Read more: Rogue Aces Review
The Ghost of Sparta heads north
April 12, 2018 - Kratos went through major changes since the last time we saw him so find out how fatherhood and the frigid Norse world suit him.
Read more: God of War Review
Of Men and Monarchs
April 11, 2018 - Indie turn-based strategy RPGs are a hit and miss genre. Regalia: Royal Edition is a bold attempt at crafting an immersive and diverse entry in the genre so prepare to build your kingdom and let's see how it holds up.
Read more: Regalia: Royal Edition Review
Kiryu: a family man
April 10, 2018 - Sega's long-running open world organized crime series finally has a new sequel. Kazuma Kiryu is back but this time around, he's more interested in protecting his actual family instead of his crime family. However, that doesn't mean that he forgot how to kick ass!
Read more: Yakuza 6: The Song of Life Review
Let's get ill
April 6, 2018 - The little knight who's always full of piss and vinegar is back in a long-awaited sequel to a somewhat obscure action RPG. The question is: does his adventure provide enough enjoyment for both existing fans and newcomers alike?
Read more: The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 Review