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An indie shmup done right
February 22, 2018 - It takes a lot of hard work to craft a worthwhile shoot 'em up with so many classics and modern takes on the genre already available. So, will this third iteration of Overdriven make shmup veterans' trigger fingers itchy?
Read more: Overdriven Reloaded: Special Edition Review
A twin-stick sword slashing roguelike
February 22, 2018 - There's nothing quite as immediately gratifying as an old-school overhead dungeon crawler. The Story Goes On is a roguelike that'll have you (and possibly a friend) trying to uncover the secrets of a randomly generated world.
Read more: The Story Goes On Review
That's one cool llama
February 21, 2018 - Whenever you look at a game that's ridiculously silly, it's easy to shrug it off as not worth your time. However, Superola and The Lost Burgers is full of variety and fun so start your barbecue and get ready for a meaty adventure.
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Psikyo's debut shoot 'em up returns
February 21, 2018 - Switch owners sure have been treated to a lot of arcade buried treasures over the past months. Samurai Aces (AKA Sengoku Ace) is Psikyo's first game ever so how does it compare to their more contemporary shmups?
Read more: Samurai Aces Review
A SNES classic: now in 3D!
February 20, 2018 - After its predecessor received a full 3D remake, we can finally enjoy a modern interpretation of Square's classic action RPG Seiken Densetsu 2. Invite a couple friends over and let's go on a magic-filled adventure!
Read more: Secret of Mana Review
Only veteran hackers need apply
February 20, 2018 - If you've been waiting for a chance to add more Digimon to your roster, Cyber Sleuth's sequel is now available. However, does it hold up for someone new to the series? Read on and find out!
Read more: Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Hacker's Memory Review
A bit of a Drag
February 19, 2018 - Dragon Sinker's retro art style will immediately appeal to anyone who's fond of the original 8-bit Dragon Quest games. However, does this old-school RPG sink or swim?
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It's gonna take you back to the past
February 17, 2018 - As a big fan of JRPGs, when I picked up a copy of Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology and did a little research, I was surprised to find that the original had gone completely under my radar.
Read more: Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology Review
One bullet sure can kill a lot of people
February 16, 2018 - There's an ever-increasing amount of local competitive multiplayer games so here's a simple one that you may want to add to your collection. When you're ready, grab your favourite bullet and get ready to shoot your friends in the head.
Read more: Guilt Battle Arena Review
A naturally beautiful 3D platformer
February 15, 2018 - Abstract indie games come in all shapes and sizes from walking sims to point and click adventures. The question is; does Fe, a strange yet lovely 3D platformer, have what it takes to be a worthwhile experience?
Read more: Fe Review