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Move to the beat
September 7, 2016 - First released on PC in 2013, rhythm-platformer 140 now bounces its way onto consoles. Does its minimalistic style hit all the right notes or fail to strike a chord?
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Big dungeons, even bigger boobies
September 6, 2016 - The Vita sure has its fair share of first-person dungeon crawlers. With so many titles to choose from, are MeiQ's enormous dungeons big and juicy enough for genre fans to wrap their eager hands around?
Read more: MeiQ: Labyrinth of Death Review
A new approach to puzzle solving
September 4, 2016 - Screen-wrapping is almost as old as gaming itself (think Asteroids, Pac-Man and even 1962's Spacewar!). Four Sided Fantasy builds its puzzles around this concept, allowing you to "lock" the screen at any moment and screen-wrap to another side of it.
Read more: Four Sided Fantasy Review
September 3, 2016 - You don't often see games that combine the excitement of a shoot 'em up with the intimate battles of a fighting game. So, let's find out how Touhou Genso Rondo's genre-blending formula fares in the ring.
Read more: Touhou Genso Rondo: Bullet Ballet Review
A piece of shift
September 1, 2016 - The classic shoot 'em up formula is hard to screw up. All you need is solid gameplay and over-the-top action and there you go; a decent shmup is born. So, where did Solar Shifter EX go so horribly wrong?
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Not so fast and even less furious
August 30, 2016 - Not every game where you drive a car is about racing. Absolute Drift has you perform stunts to earn points but is the discipline required in order to master its tough challenge worth the effort?
Read more: Absolute Drift: Zen Edition Review
Hey, that rhymes
August 30, 2016 - Looking like a cross between Limbo and Apotheon, Hue is a charming puzzle-platformer that distinguishes itself by employing a unique colour-switching ability as its chief mechanic.
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Gotta go fast
August 29, 2016 - As the second console game from Slender: The Arrival developers Blue Isle Studios, Valley ditches jump scares for exploration. But can it do for adventure games what Slender did for horror?
Read more: Valley Review
The best game about pie charts you'll ever play
August 27, 2016 - After launching as a PS Vita exclusive as plain old Metrico in 2014, Metrico+ is now releasing for current gen consoles and PC with a reworked control system, new features and a fancy plus sign after its name.
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Worms of Mass Destruction
August 25, 2016 - This latest entry in the long-running Worms series tries to inject some variation into the mix with the introduction of some high-powered vehicles and a crafting system. But, is that enough to differentiate it from previous games?
Read more: Worms W.M.D Review