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The shovel is mightier than the sword
April 24, 2015 - In an age where countless indie developers strive to create the ultimate retro experience, Shovel Knight clearly stands out of the crowd. With everything fine-tuned and era-appropriate, you'll feel like you're playing a long-lost NES game, but is that really what you want to spend your time doing? Of course it is, so grab a shovel and let's dig in to this modern-day retro masterpiece.
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Life after death sure feels a lot like an old-school Metroid game
April 11, 2015 - Step aside Samus; it's Trace's turn to explore an alien world. Axiom Verge is an exploration-based platform shooter that has captured the attention of retro gamers everywhere. However, is it worth leaving Zebes and exploring yet another unfamiliar planet?
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The irreverent trivia party game is back and it's brought some friends
November 29, 2014 - Are you looking for a solid party game for family gatherings or for hanging out with friends? Well, look no further because The Jackbox Party Pack is here. It's a compilation of five party games that a ton of people can play together without the need of additional controllers. If you think that you won't have fun with this game, then... You Don't Know Jack!
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This game is a ducking great time
August 25, 2014 - Local multiplayer experiences are plentiful on the Ouya but very few are as fun as Duck Game. Up to 4 players can battle each other as different coloured ducks while wearing cool hats and experimenting with the game's vast variety of weapons and items. Keep in mind before downloading this game that it is multiplayer only. Lonesome ducks need not apply.
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Welcome to the land of twin stick shooter mediocrity
August 25, 2014 - Crimsonland is one of the first twin stick shooters to be available for PlayStation 4 although it was originally released for PC back in 2003. It's nice to have a new twin stick shooter on PlayStation 4, but as you play Crimsonland it's hard not to feel nostalgic for the much better counterparts that were released last generation.
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