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Souls without much soul
February 10, 2017 - Team Ninja definitely wear their influences on their sleeves in this latest tough-as-nails action RPG. Although it borrows heavily from a familiar franchise, does Nioh offer enough fresh gameplay to solidify its place in gaming history?
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An RPG as smooth as Velvet
February 9, 2017 - If you thought you were done hanging out with your invisible Malakhim chums then you'll be pleasantly surprised with the latest in this colourful JRPG series. Velvet isn't your average cheerful youth though, so expect some deep subject matter ahead.
Read more: Tales of Berseria Review
Is this rogue-lite light on fun?
February 8, 2017 - Quest of Dungeons' simple but competent retro art style is a fitting parallel to the game itself. Nothing about it is going to blow you away but that doesn't mean you can't have a good time with this procedurally generated dungeon crawler from Upfall Studios.
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Cheeky fun that's rarely a drag
February 6, 2017 - If you ever wanted to run your own dating agency then here's a game for you. Kitty Powers' Matchmaker may look gaudy and tasteless but it's quite an engaging experience that'll shoot Cupid's arrow straight into your heart.
Read more: Kitty Powers' Matchmaker Review
Have you played with your blobs today?
February 6, 2017 - It seems like there's a new 2D puzzle platformer every single day. So Many Me is a charming little adventure that'll make you think outside the box to solve its complex stages so let's step into a cloning machine and see what it's all about.
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A poor man's Bust-A-Move
February 5, 2017 - It's a shame that we live in an era where some developers prefer to reinterpret classic games rather than come up with original creations. Adventure Pop is a modern take on Bust-A-Move but does it do enough to form its own identity?
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A genius yet minimal puzzler
February 3, 2017 - Whenever you see a puzzle game with a minimalist aesthetic, it's easy to assume that it'll be zen-like and possibly boring. However, Linelight provides a unique approach to the genre as it's filled with challenges that'll push your brainpower to its limit.
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Bimmy and Jimmy are back, baby!
February 2, 2017 - Beat 'em ups don't get much more classic than Double Dragon. Seeing as its now 2017, is the genre still as fun as it was back in the '80s? Let's take it to the streets and see if this retro series was worth resurrecting yet again.
Read more: Double Dragon IV Review
Break out your high water pants
February 2, 2017 - Molasses Flood's unique survival game The Flame in the Flood tells the story of Scout and her dog Aesop. A monumental flood has created a massive river over what was once civilization resulting in few patches of dry land left to provide a haven for the two travelers. A mysterious promise of refuge lies beyond the near-infinite river and Scout is determined to find out if it exists.
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The Milk Mine Defender is back
February 1, 2017 - It's been decades since Williams' arcade classic Defender first released in arcades. Thankfully, its spirit has nine lives and Aqua Kitty's back again to prove it. This time around, the little furry fellow has a lot more than milk mines to defend!
Read more: Aqua Kitty UDX Review