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Bedtime stories with beat 'em up action
March 4, 2017 - As a previously exclusive preorder bonus and now just a free downloadable tie-in, A King's Tale is a strange little game indeed. Although Final Fantasy XV wasn't everyone's cup of tea, does this retro beat 'em up provide a worthwhile distraction?
Read more: Final Fantasy XV: A King's Tale Review
Slow and steady
March 4, 2017 - Coming off the flashy and fast-paced Futuridium, MixedBag Games takes a more subdued route with their latest project.
Read more: Forma.8 Review
He's back and ready to blow stuff up
March 3, 2017 - It's been years without a new explosive multiplayer masterpiece yet everyone's favourite bomber is ready for more. Super Bomberman R is a refreshing take on the decades-old series so let's drop some bombs and watch the chaos ensue.
Read more: Super Bomberman R Review
The adorable farming sim returns
March 3, 2017 - If you often find yourself dreaming of what it would be like to live on a farm away from bustling city life then look no further than the latest Story of Seasons. Grab your hoe and let's get tilling!
Read more: Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns Review
Musou with a lot more Guts
March 2, 2017 - Games based on obscure Japanese franchises definitely have a niche market in the west. Berserk has been around as a manga series since the late '80s so let's see how it holds up as a Dynasty Warriors style adventure.
Read more: Berserk and the Band of the Hawk Review
An RTS for the rest of us
March 1, 2017 - Microsoft's popular first-person shooter series has seen a few spin-offs over the years. Here we have the sequel to 2009's real-time strategy game Halo Wars so wake up from your cryosleep and let's smash some Atriox.
Read more: Halo Wars 2 Review
Shoot 'em up action with lingerie models
February 28, 2017 - Very few game genres remain as enjoyable as a good old shmup. Thankfully, Ghost Blade HD is a challenging and extremely enjoyable shoot 'em up so let's strap on our garter belts and take to the skies.
Read more: Ghost Blade HD Review
It's no Baten Kaitos
February 27, 2017 - Modern indie interpretations of classic RPGs seem to be a budding genre. Trulon: The Shadow Engine definitely feels old-school but does it provide a satisfying adventure or are you better off plugging in your PlayStation 2?
Read more: Trulon: The Shadow Engine Review
Now that's one epic tower
February 24, 2017 - Nihon Falcom are masters at creating addictive RPG experiences. Their Ys series has quite an impressive history so let's go back to a time before Adol's adventures and see if Yunica and Hugo have what it takes to ascend the Devil's Tower.
Read more: Ys Origin Review
A shifty cooperative adventure
February 23, 2017 - Local multiplayer games that force you to work together with a friend are a great way to bond. Shift Happens offers some enjoyable 2D puzzle platforming gameplay but will it test your patience more than your skills?
Read more: Shift Happens Review