Reviews (Page 31)

River City Ransom Review

River City Ransom Review (NES)

Punch, kick, barf...?

October 13, 2015 - When it comes to retro brawlers, very few are considered true classics. River City Ransom is one of these rare titles and for good reason. Enough with the formalities, I've got a one-way ticket to River City so let's take the full tour.
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Lego Dimensions: The Simpsons Level Pack Review

Lego Dimensions: The Simpsons Level Pack Review (PlayStation 4)

Mmm... plastic donuts

October 12, 2015 - The Simpsons Level Pack is one of the Lego Dimensions build sets available at launch. If you're wondering if its contents are enough to warrant splurging on, I'll break down what you can expect to help you make up your mind.
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Super Meat Boy Review

Super Meat Boy Review (PlayStation 4)

The meat that's tough to beat

October 8, 2015 - After almost five years, everyone's favourite meaty adventure is now available on PlayStation. Considering there's really nothing new to see, the question is; will it be worth picking up for newcomers to the world of meat?
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Freedom Planet Review

Freedom Planet Review (Wii U)

Finally, a game that takes advantage of Wii U's blast processing

October 5, 2015 - Authentic retro-style games are a rare breed yet Freedom Planet feels like a long-lost Genesis title. However, is this era worth revisiting in this day and age? Of course, so lace up your running shoes and let's go!
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Lego Dimensions Review

Lego Dimensions Review (PlayStation 4)

The pinnacle of blocky adventures

October 3, 2015 - TT Games has been playing with Legos since 2005 so it's about time they entered the interactive toy market. Following the success of Skylanders and Disney Infinity, do they have what it takes to empty your bank account too?
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Prismatic Solid Review

Prismatic Solid Review (PlayStation 4)

An eye-poppingly fun shmup

October 1, 2015 - It's been decades since shoot 'em ups began captivating gamers and the genre is still going strong. Prismatic Solid offers a unique take on the classic formula, but is this colourful shooter solid enough to warrant a download?
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Toto Temple Deluxe Review

Toto Temple Deluxe Review (PlayStation 4)

Is that a goat on your head or are you just happy to see me?

September 29, 2015 - The Ouya is home to many fantastic local multiplayer games, so thank goodness they're slowly being ported to mainstream consoles. In this colourful brawler, you and your friends fight to the bitter end just to capture a goat to place on your head. Wait, is that right?
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Rally Copters Review

Rally Copters Review (PlayStation 4)

Send your rage sky-high

September 27, 2015 - Every once in a while a game is released that doesn't screw around when it comes to difficulty. Well, here's Rally Copters; a brutally punishing 2D physics-based helicopter game. Before giving it a download, make sure you're up for one serious challenge.
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Star Sweep Review

Star Sweep Review (PlayStation)

Stars get dusty, too

September 25, 2015 - It seems like classic puzzlers are being ported faster than you can slam a tetromino down. Here, we have a wonderful long-lost gem that features a colourful cast of characters, so grab a broom and let's start sweeping!
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Penarium Review

Penarium Review (PlayStation 4)

It puts the lotion in the cauldron

September 24, 2015 - Circuses are often more nefarious than they appear and Penarium is no exception. This over-the-big-top 2D dodge 'em up puts you in the shoes of an unfortunate son of a farmer who becomes Penarium's latest attraction, but will he perform the greatest show on earth?
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