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Three adventurers walk into a bar
January 30, 2017 - Retro-inspired indies are all the rage yet few feel truly authentic. Pixel Heroes is a thoroughly old-school experience that'll grow on you as you get used to its strange world so grab a beer and let's go on an adventure!
Read more: Pixel Heroes: Byte & Magic Review
I'm going deeper underground... or not
January 29, 2017 - Top-down craft 'em up Subterrain appeals with its Dead Space-esque sci-fi setting. However, is the slog through the infected bases of Mars worth surviving?
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An RPG from a simpler time
January 27, 2017 - Nowadays, RPGs can be quite complex with massive open worlds and intricate systems that take days to learn. Earthlock brings us back to a time when such hogwash was nonexistent so let's find out just how magical this festival is.
Read more: Earthlock: Festival of Magic Review
The unofficial Rocky simulator
January 24, 2017 - When you look at a game called Punch Club, it's easy to assume that it's going to be some sort of fighter. However, it's actually a training simulator and an addictive one at that so drink a raw egg and get ready to enter the ring.
Read more: Punch Club Review
The world's first Meowtroidvania
January 24, 2017 - Metroidvania adventures can be very addictive when they're done right. Thankfully, Hunter's Legacy is a rewarding experience featuring challenging gameplay that'll put your 2D gaming skills to the test so let's sharpen our claws and get ready for one tough journey.
Read more: Hunter's Legacy Review
It's morphin' time!
January 22, 2017 - Saban's strange little kid's TV show sure has come a long way since its 1993 debut. With a brand new movie on the way, Bandai Namco created Mega Battle in the hopes of getting fans excited again so let's shift into turbo and see if it's any good.
Read more: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Mega Battle Review
Two Shallies are better than one
January 21, 2017 - Now that last year's journey with the delightful Sophie is behind us, it's a good time to revisit the final chapter of the Atelier series' Dusk trilogy. Atelier Shallie is now available as a portable adventure so let's see how this plus-sized tale holds up.
Read more: Atelier Shallie Plus: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea Review
Kiryu and Majima's far from humble origin story
January 19, 2017 - Sega's Japanese mafia series has found a welcome home in the west ever since its debut over a decade ago. Now that we've seen five games and a few spin-offs, it's time to finally visit the series' origins.
Read more: Yakuza 0 Review
A puzzle platformer stuck in limbo
January 18, 2017 - There are a handful of game genres that indie developers seem to constantly gravitate towards. Toby: The Secret Mine is yet another 2D puzzle platformer so let's put on our helmets, grab a pickaxe, and head to the mine.
Read more: Toby: The Secret Mine Review
Another bad ghost-busting game
January 18, 2017 - Sylvio seems like quite an interesting proposition: a horror game that has you recording spooky messages from beyond the grave in order to unravel their mysteries. Unfortunately, the finished product is neither scary nor compelling.
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