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Shooting for mediocrity
May 20, 2015 - With every installment of the Arcade Archives series comes yet another obscure arcade game port. Here we have Terra Cresta which is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up. Is it on the same level as classics such as Xevious and 1942? It'd be best not to get your hopes up.
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Get ready for an unexpectedly wild ride
May 18, 2015 - Sometimes a game is instinctively brushed off as being just for kids. Although Color Guardians surely fits this description, it's far from child's play. You'll need the swiftest gaming reflexes around to master this hidden gem. If you're up for the challenge then let's get started!
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A new dimension of puzzle-solving bliss
May 15, 2015 - When it comes to puzzle platformers, you can trust Nintendo to provide hours of fun. Stretchmo is a sequel to Pushmo that came out of nowhere, but does it live up to the high standards set by previous installments? Of course it does, so let's push on with this review.
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Party like it's 2084
May 14, 2015 - It's time to go back to the origins of twin stick shooters. From the makers of the Space Invaders inspired Titan Attacks! comes their take on Robotron: 2084. Does it hold up to the classic or is humanity doomed yet again?
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An out of this world tale of a lonesome repairman and his robot pal
May 12, 2015 - Have you ever wanted to just lay back and float around in space? After playing Lost Orbit, you won't want to anymore since getting back home is going to be way tougher than you'd ever imagine! Anyway, let's blast off and get this review started.
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A taxing toe-tapping tempest
May 8, 2015 - When it comes to difficult games, it doesn't get much harder than this heart-racing arcade survival indie. It may look simple enough, but before you know it you'll be begging for mercy as you take a break to play something a lot easier... like Bloodborne.
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Get ready for some mad hydraulics
May 6, 2015 - Sometimes an unknown game is ported for some puzzling reason. I remember playing City Connection for NES back in the day and I haven't seen much of it since. It's now available for PlayStation 4 in all of its arcade glory, but after playing it... you'll wonder why.
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A nightmare that you won't want to wake up from
May 5, 2015 - Gamers from around the world eventually grew to fall in love with From Software's Souls series. It took a while, but the unmitigated genius of its design would not go uncelebrated for long. Years later and with a little less Dungeons & Dragons and a lot more surreal horror, From Software has accomplished something quite special with Bloodborne. As I have finally inched my way to the completion of this phenomenal game, at long last I feel comfortable with reviewing it. So, grab your saw cleaver and let's slay some beasts!
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Don't go breaking my heart
May 1, 2015 - Having your heart broken is one of the most devastating life experiences. But what about having your heart put in a blender and made into a smoothie? Now you can find out what that's like in this ridiculous WarioWare-style mini-game collection.
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An interesting combination of classic shoot 'em ups and EA's Strike series
April 29, 2015 - When a game combines elements to form its own identity, the result is always interesting. Project Root features the bullet-dodging arcade gameplay of retro shoot 'em ups with rotational movement controls similar to the Strike games. Is this a winning combination or are you better off sticking to the roots of these genres?
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