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16-bit Ikaruga, anyone?
July 29, 2018 - Shoot 'em ups with polarity mechanics are nothing new. However, Iro Hero offers a simplistic albeit challenging take on the formula.
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Edibles not included
July 28, 2018 - Truly original video games are becoming increasingly harder to find. Pool Panic is a crazy take on billiards that's as enjoyable as it is trippy so chalk up your cue and get ready to whack some balls.
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Will it attract the swarms?
July 27, 2018 - It's not every day that a cooperative first-person shooter hits the market. Does Earthfall have what it takes to scratch your co-op itch?
Read more: Earthfall Review
July 25, 2018 - One of the most memorable games ever created is now available for Xbox One in a brand new edition. That's right; console gamers who never had the chance to play it earlier can finally enjoy NieR: Automata in all its gloriously stylish action.
Read more: NieR: Automata Become as Gods Edition Review
Set your X-Buster to awesome
July 24, 2018 - Capcom's long-running Mega Man franchise has branched off into many different directions over the years. The Mega Man X series contains the most action-packed games in the blue bomber's history so let's revisit its origins.
Read more: Mega Man X Legacy Collection Review
Do modern consoles even have blast processing?
July 23, 2018 - Everyone's favourite blue hedgehog has had his share of ups and downs over the decades. Thankfully, Sonic Mania is a delightful return to form and this Plus version adds even more fun times to his latest adventure.
Read more: Sonic Mania Plus Review
Mystery Dungeon: Slightly Enhanced
July 21, 2018 - Roguelike dungeon crawling has been a niche and enjoyable genre for decades. Last year's Touhou Genso Wanderer was a fun take on Mystery Dungeon games so how does this Reloaded version stack up?
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One juicy kart racer
July 19, 2018 - Considering racing around in go-karts isn't as popular as it once was, any new entry in the genre is welcome. Thankfully, All-Star Fruit Racing is actually fun so buckle up and get ready to race!
Read more: All-Star Fruit Racing Review
I like turtles
July 19, 2018 - 2D puzzle platformers are a dime a dozen yet here's one that actually brings some clever concepts to the table.
Read more: TurtlePop: Journey to Freedom Review
Feed your head to the web
July 18, 2018 - Atari's 1981 arcade classic shooter is back in all its vector-filled glory. Tempest 4000 offers some innovations to the decades-old formula but how does it hold up to previous games in the series?
Read more: Tempest 4000 Review