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One cool cat/owl combo
May 21, 2017 - 3D buddy platformers seem to be making a resurgence lately. Skylar & Plux may not be as famous as Yooka-Laylee but they seem like capable adventurers so let's see if their journey is one worth taking.
Read more: Skylar & Plux: Adventure on Clover Island Review
An attractive but flawed adventure
May 20, 2017 - Seasons After Fall is a 2D platformer in which you play as a cute fox who can control the seasons at will. It sounds like a winning combination but is its gameplay as appealing as its premise?
Read more: Seasons After Fall Review
The Adventure of Elliot
May 19, 2017 - As a love letter to one of the most overlooked 8-bit classics (Zelda II), gamers familiar with Link's second adventure will immediately recognize similarities between the 1987 action-adventure game and Ansimuz Games' Elliot Quest.
Read more: Elliot Quest Review
Batman v Superman: Tournament Fighters
May 18, 2017 - It's been four years since NetherRealm Studios unleashed Injustice: Gods Among Us on DC Comics fans. Now that the sequel just released, is it a fighter worthy of your hard-earned Source Crystals?
Read more: Injustice 2 Review
May 17, 2017 - It's hard to know what to expect whenever a game comes out that's basically a spoof of other games. Akiba's Beat may be full of JRPG tropes and references but does that make it a decent entry in the genre?
Read more: Akiba's Beat Review
May 16, 2017 - There's no denying that Deck13 was influenced by FromSoftware's fantastic Souls series when they created Lords of the Fallen. Now that they took the formula and applied it to a futuristic setting, does The Surge have what it takes to be a worthwhile action RPG?
Read more: The Surge Review
The Longest Journey returns
May 15, 2017 - Zoe Castillo is back and ready to continue her adventure after awakening from a long coma. Now that all of the chapters of her new journey have been bundled together for console, grab your fuzzy Wonkers and let's jump right in.
Read more: Dreamfall Chapters Review
Drunk Simulator 2017
May 14, 2017 - Physics-based indie games with odd controls have been popular ever since titles such as Octodad and Surgeon Simulator debuted. So, how does controlling drunk little white guys compare? Enter the world of Human Fall Flat and let's see.
Read more: Human Fall Flat Review
Simple twin-stick fun
May 13, 2017 - Sometimes, game developers have to go back to basics to provide an enjoyable experience. Demon's Crystals is a simple twin-stick shooter that you can enjoy with a few local chums so let's see if it adds up to a good time.
Read more: Demon's Crystals Review
Arcade basketball is back
May 11, 2017 - There are so many sports games that it's ridiculous yet a well-done arcade interpretation always seems to stand out. NBA Playgrounds brings a massive roster of caricature ballers to your living room so let's take to the street and shoot some hoops.
Read more: NBA Playgrounds Review