Reviews (Page 28)

Bleed 2 Review

Bleed 2 Review (PlayStation 4)

Cruise Control

February 5, 2018 - Wryn is back to defend her title as The Greatest Hero of All Time. If you played Bleed last year, you'll know that it's a fast-paced, side-scrolling shooter. Bleed 2 plays exactly the same and will remind gamers of retro classics like Mega Man, Metal Slug, and Contra.
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SteamWorld Dig Review

SteamWorld Dig Review (Switch)

A classic indie that's a little Rusty

February 3, 2018 - Almost five years ago, 3DS owners were treated to the debut of a delightful mining 2D platformer. Rusty's little adventure has been ported to many consoles since and now you can join him on your newfangled Switch so let's head to the mines.
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Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Review

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Review (PlayStation 4)

Materia v Spiritus: Tournament Fighters

February 1, 2018 - It's been about seven years since North American gamers had the opportunity to play a new Final Fantasy fighter. Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is a huge departure from the PSP games so let's see if this arcade adaptation is suitable for the living room.
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Dragon Ball FighterZ Review

Dragon Ball FighterZ Review (PlayStation 4)

Goku Gear: Tournament Fighters

February 1, 2018 - When it comes to fighting games, few franchises have strayed as far from the genre's 2D roots as Dragon Ball. Thankfully, Dragon Ball FighterZ is here to make the manga fighting series great again with spot-on 2D gameplay and plenty of eye candy.
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Pierhead Arcade Review

Pierhead Arcade Review (PlayStation 4)

VR Skee-Ball? Sign me up!

January 30, 2018 - Winning tickets by shooting hoops and whacking moles has been a fun way to waste time for decades. The question is; does Pierhead Arcade provide an enjoyable collection of virtual reality redemption games? Fill your pockets with tokens and let's find out.
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Lost Sphear Review

Lost Sphear Review (PlayStation 4)

Feels like a distant memory

January 29, 2018 - The folks at Tokyo RPG Factory clearly have a passion for recreating what made classics in the genre so appealing. Although they haven't quite got the magic formula down, Lost Sphear is a competent JRPG that can easily consume dozens of hours of your time.
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Zero Gunner 2 Review

Zero Gunner 2 Review (Switch)

Get to the chopper!

January 27, 2018 - The Switch is certainly seeing its fair share of Psikyo shoot 'em ups lately. Zero Gunner 2 is the most modern one yet complete with 3D graphics and novel gameplay but does it hold up to the classics?
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Strikers 1945 II Review

Strikers 1945 II Review (Switch)

A superb shmup sequel

January 27, 2018 - Psikyo has a long history of making incredible arcade shooters and the sequel to one of their most popular shoot 'em ups is no exception. Strikers 1945 II continues the frantic action of the first game but it's an entirely different beast so let's check it out.
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Space Dave Review

Space Dave Review (Switch)

Spaced invaders

January 26, 2018 - If you thought Dave Lonuts was done with his trippy arcade antics then he's back to prove you wrong. Space Dave is a fun modern take on classic static shooters so get your change purse ready and let's blast some aliens.
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Railway Empire Review

Railway Empire Review (PlayStation 4)

Make America great

January 26, 2018 - When you see a railroad simulation game on console, it's easy to assume that it'll be tricky to play. However, Railway Empire manages to be a wholly enjoyable and in-depth sim that's sure to delight genre fans and newcomers alike.
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