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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?
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The Legend of Zelda: Indie Edition
December 26, 2017 - There have been countless games inspired by Link's adventures over the years. Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King may not be the most original take on Nintendo's classic but is it a worthwhile overhead adventure?
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The NES classic: extra spicy edition
December 24, 2017 - Over the decades since its original release, very few 2D platformers have managed to top the fun of the original Super Mario Bros. This hard to come by arcade version is a more challenging take on the classic so gobble up some 'shrooms and let's save the princess!
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Wii-quality shovelware returns
December 24, 2017 - Considering mini-game compilations aren't as common as they were a decade ago, perhaps it's time they make a comeback. Party Planet is a collection of 30 bite-sized games but is it a matter of quantity over quality?
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Homer meets Badlands
December 23, 2017 - Top-down racers were some of the most exciting games back in the '80s. The Next Penelope plays a lot like the 1989 arcade classic Badlands yet it tells a story that's basically a futuristic take on Homer's Odyssey.
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Mobile Light Force returns
December 22, 2017 - Psikyo has a fantastic library of action-packed shoot 'em ups and here's one of their first. Fill your pockets with quarters and set your time machine to 1994; we're heading to the arcade!
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A Clever Endeavour indeed
December 21, 2017 - By just looking at some games, it's hard to tell what to expect. Although Ultimate Chicken Horse seems like a goofy 2D platformer, it's so much more than that so get ready for one of the most addictive multiplayer games that you'll ever play!
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A fantastic journey from start to finish
December 15, 2017 - Monolith Soft has a long history of crafting memorable and epic stories contained within the complex worlds of their Xeno series. This latest title is their most lighthearted tale so far but does it stand tall and shake the heavens?
Read more: Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Review