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A classic indie that's a little Rusty
February 3, 2018 - Almost five years ago, 3DS owners were treated to the debut of a delightful mining 2D platformer. Rusty's little adventure has been ported to many consoles since and now you can join him on your newfangled Switch so let's head to the mines.
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Goku Gear: Tournament Fighters
February 1, 2018 - When it comes to fighting games, few franchises have strayed as far from the genre's 2D roots as Dragon Ball. Thankfully, Dragon Ball FighterZ is here to make the manga fighting series great again with spot-on 2D gameplay and plenty of eye candy.
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Feels like a distant memory
January 29, 2018 - The folks at Tokyo RPG Factory clearly have a passion for recreating what made classics in the genre so appealing. Although they haven't quite got the magic formula down, Lost Sphear is a competent JRPG that can easily consume dozens of hours of your time.
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Get to the chopper!
January 27, 2018 - The Switch is certainly seeing its fair share of Psikyo shoot 'em ups lately. Zero Gunner 2 is the most modern one yet complete with 3D graphics and novel gameplay but does it hold up to the classics?
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A superb shmup sequel
January 27, 2018 - Psikyo has a long history of making incredible arcade shooters and the sequel to one of their most popular shoot 'em ups is no exception. Strikers 1945 II continues the frantic action of the first game but it's an entirely different beast so let's check it out.
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January 26, 2018 - If you thought Dave Lonuts was done with his trippy arcade antics then he's back to prove you wrong. Space Dave is a fun modern take on classic static shooters so get your change purse ready and let's blast some aliens.
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A little lady and her robot
January 17, 2018 - There's something inherently appealing about puzzle-filled adventures that have you control multiple characters. Vesta is quite a tricky take on this specific genre so let's stash some energy and see how it holds up.
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Bomberman: Act Zero's twisted spiritual successor
January 16, 2018 - Whenever game developers draw inspiration from the classics, they better at least improve upon the established formulas. Thankfully, Brawl offers a few twists on Bomberman's gameplay dynamic but is it enough to make it stand out?
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Often feels like a prison of its own
January 11, 2018 - The concept of a video game where your goal is to escape prison is undeniably intriguing. However, does this follow-up to 2015's strategy hit drop the soap? Put on your favourite orange jumpsuit and let's find out.
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A walking sim takes flight
January 8, 2018 - When you see a game about flying around an exploration-based campaign, you know you're in for a relaxing journey. InnerSpace is a peaceful and strange indie title but does it provide enough tangible gameplay to satisfy your gaming sensibilities?
Read more: InnerSpace Review