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A fantastic five-in-one fiesta
May 14, 2017 - For almost his entire career, everyone's favourite chubby plumber has proven that he's an athletic all-star. Now that he and his gang of Nintendo chums released a collection of five sports for 3DS, does he still have enough prowess as an athlete?
Read more: Mario Sports Superstars Review
Drunk Simulator 2017
May 14, 2017 - Physics-based indie games with odd controls have been popular ever since titles such as Octodad and Surgeon Simulator debuted. So, how does controlling drunk little white guys compare? Enter the world of Human Fall Flat and let's see.
Read more: Human Fall Flat Review
Simple twin-stick fun
May 13, 2017 - Sometimes, game developers have to go back to basics to provide an enjoyable experience. Demon's Crystals is a simple twin-stick shooter that you can enjoy with a few local chums so let's see if it adds up to a good time.
Read more: Demon's Crystals Review
Follow the bouncing balls
May 12, 2017 - Over the past few years, the Dark Witch series has proven itself as a capable collection of 2D action games. Now that we have a rhythm game spin-off for Switch, does the franchise maintain its expected high level of quality?
Read more: Dark Witch Music Episode: Rudymical Review
Arcade basketball is back
May 11, 2017 - There are so many sports games that it's ridiculous yet a well-done arcade interpretation always seems to stand out. NBA Playgrounds brings a massive roster of caricature ballers to your living room so let's take to the street and shoot some hoops.
Read more: NBA Playgrounds Review
Balls to the wall
May 11, 2017 - It's always fun to discover unique competitive multiplayer games. Lethal League has up to four players smacking a ball in order to try and hit each other but is that as fun as it sounds? Of course it is so let's take a deeper look.
Read more: Lethal League Review
Rise from the Abyss
May 10, 2017 - First-person dungeon crawlers are some of the most underrated RPGs and the Vita's library is full of them. However, is Operation Babel a worthy addition to this genre that old-school gaming fans just can't get enough of?
Read more: Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy Review
Kill, die, repeat
May 9, 2017 - Butcher is an ultra-violent 2D sidescroller that prides itself in its hard difficulty. However, does the unforgiving gameplay make for a fun or frustrating experience?
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A fateful foursome's tale
May 8, 2017 - Top-down adventure games are almost always compared to The Legend of Zelda. However, World to the West forges its own identity as you control four unlikely heroes in a beautiful and familiar world.
Read more: World to the West Review
Kunio-kun: Tournament Fighters
May 6, 2017 - Nekketsu High School is back in session to teach rival schools how to kick ass. River City Melee: Battle Royal Special takes the River City formula and turns it into a competitive fighter so let's see if Kunio and gang have what it takes.
Read more: River City Melee: Battle Royal Special Review