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Finally, a Touhou shmup
May 23, 2018 - This niche Japanese game series has seen a handful of western releases over the past couple of years and now we finally have a shoot 'em up. Azure Reflections is a hardcore shmup complete with intricate mechanics so when you're ready, let's start shooting!
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There's nothing grand about it
May 23, 2018 - Luffy has been on plenty of video game adventures and his latest is in virtual reality. The question is: do you have what it takes to occasionally tap X then mindlessly watch characters fight each other?
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Robots just want to have fun
May 21, 2018 - Running around arenas and whipping balls at your opponents sounds like a good time. Thankfully, Disco Dodgeball Remix brings the goods so tune up your favourite bot and get ready for a thrilling online competition.
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Commander Video shows off his new pair of sneakers
May 20, 2018 - Sprinting through colourful stages while collecting sweet gold bricks makes for one addictive formula. However, does Commander Video's third endless runner do enough to make this established gameplay exciting again?
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A roguelike done right
May 18, 2018 - Driving around in a tank and blowing up everything in sight is great fun. Thankfully, Battlezone Gold Edition brings the goods with its addictive roguelike structure and super-tight gameplay so strap in and let's battle some AI.
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A long-lost SNES game?
May 17, 2018 - The 16-bit era was full of timeless classics and games that are better off forgotten. Fox n Forests is heavily inspired by that era so get ready for one furry retro adventure!
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A truly captivating indie
May 17, 2018 - The developers of Stories: The Path of Destinies have crafted yet another animal-filled tale. Omensight is a unique experience that's hard to put down so get ready for the end of days and let's hack and slash our way through this new adventure.
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A magical roguelike
May 15, 2018 - Running through procedurally generated dungeons as a magic-casting wizard who moves like a ninja sounds pretty awesome. However, does Wizard of Legend provide a satisfying roguelike dynamic? Crack open a spell book and let's find out.
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Dead dads sure can be picky
May 15, 2018 - If you're looking for your next local cooperative multiplayer obsession then here's a game for you. The question is: do you and a friend have what it takes to push your deceased dad's remains to a luxurious grave?
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A flashy new Tron-like eSport
May 14, 2018 - Running around an arena while avoiding different coloured lasers sounds like a pretty basic concept for a game and it is. Laser League is an enjoyable and easy-to-learn eSport but does it have enough longevity to topple genre titans?
Read more: Laser League Review