Reviews (Page 45)

Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops Review

Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops Review (PlayStation 3)

These troopers prove that size doesn't matter

November 18, 2014 - Twin stick shooters are an overcrowded genre so it's great to see one that has an innovative concept. Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops allows players to control multiple soldiers at once in a simplistic and fun little package.
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Toybox Turbos Review

Toybox Turbos Review (PlayStation 3)

These micro-sized machines are off to the races

November 14, 2014 - It seems like every month there's a new racing game with ultra-realistic car models and physics, but sometimes playing with tiny toy cars can be just as (if not more) fun. Toybox Turbos takes us back to a time when racing games were all about entertaining competitive races without any of the superficiality that comes with today's triple-A titles.
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Nano Assault Neo-X Review

Nano Assault Neo-X Review (PlayStation 4)

Saving humanity one cell at a time

November 12, 2014 - It takes a lot for a twin stick shooter to stand out of the crowd as Nano Assault Neo-X does with its interesting premise and high production values. Players will appreciate the fun they will experience but may be disappointed by how brief it lasts.
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Super Mario Advance Review

Super Mario Advance Review (Game Boy Advance)

Eating too many mushrooms will give you some messed up dreams

November 11, 2014 - Super Mario Advance is a portable remake of the NES Super Mario trilogy's black sheep. While Super Mario Bros. 2 is a departure from the classic Super Mario formula, it still remains a beloved classic for many gamers.
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Shuttle Rush Review

Shuttle Rush Review (Ouya)

Warning: this game will make your head explode

November 9, 2014 - Once in a while a game comes out with a great concept that the game itself does not fully take advantage of. Shuttle Rush fits this description perfectly as it's a game that most players will want to enjoy but will probably regret downloading.
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Don't Die, Mr. Robot! Review

Don't Die, Mr. Robot! Review (PlayStation Vita)

Do you expect me to talk? No, Mr. Robot, I expect you to die

November 6, 2014 - Old school indie arcade games seem to be popping up more frequently as of late and few are as unique and enjoyable as this game. Don't Die, Mr. Robot! is a 2D arcade survival game that will have players hooked for hours upon hours.
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The Legend of Dark Witch Review

The Legend of Dark Witch Review (3DS)

This wicked witch is one tough cookie

November 3, 2014 - When it comes to download-exclusive 3DS games, few are worthy of having a physical release and The Legend of Dark Witch is one of these few. Players will fall in love with the great cast of characters, solid gameplay, and ton of extra content.
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Q*bert Review

Q*bert Review (PlayStation 3)

The game that will make you say @!#?@!

November 2, 2014 - Although it is often referenced, Q*bert remains an obscure retro arcade game that's both strange and frustrating. This version of Q*bert is basically a port of the original arcade game with clean visuals and very few additions.
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Reagan Gorbachev Review

Reagan Gorbachev Review (Ouya)

You'll need a bazooka to tear down this wall

October 31, 2014 - Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev put aside their differences to team up for a co-operative stealth action game. The result is Reagan Gorbachev; a release that gamers who have a sense of humour and dig retro games will definitely enjoy.
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Castlevania: Dracula X Review

Castlevania: Dracula X Review (Super Nintendo)

16-bit graphics meets classic 8-bit Castlevania gameplay

October 29, 2014 - The Castlevania series is renowned for its simplistic yet brutally challenging gameplay and Dracula X is no exception. Castlevania: Dracula X manages to retain the classic feel of the original Castlevania games while boasting great 2D graphics and a phenomenal soundtrack.
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